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Morning and Evening Worship (2018-03-07)

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I have a question about the keeping of the Sabbath day. There seem to be many differences among congregations of what this looks like, including attendance at both morning and evening worship. How do we see this in light of biblical truth? Does the Bible mandate attending both services? It says to keep the day holy, but are there verses that point to the requirement of attending both a morning and evening worship service? How should we be looking at this question when discussing it with other Christians who have differing opinions on whether that is required? Are there specific verses we can point them to?




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My understanding is that scripture doesn't tell you to do anything (law).

It does tell us a lot about the life within us and what we can look for.

If we go to church out of a sense of duty or requirement it probably will have little value.

But the life within desires fellowship with the same so if it tastes good I expect we will eat as much as possible - with no indigestion guaranteed.

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