The Sabbath calls our thoughts to nature, and brings us into communion with the Creator. In the song of the bird, the sighing of the trees, and the music of the sea, we still may hear His voice who talked with Adam in Eden in the cool of the day. Desire of Ages, pp. 281, 282.
As the Jews departed from God, and failed to make the righteousness of Christ their own by faith, the Sabbath lost its significance to them. Satan was seeking to exalt himself and to draw men away from Christ, and he worked to pervert the Sabbath, because it is the sign of the power of Christ. Desire of Ages, pp. 283, 284
- Sabbath Celebration (essentialthingdevotions.com)
- Creation Sunday (biblescienceguy.wordpress.com)
- Hallow The Sabbath (pttyann2.wordpress.com)
- Jeremiah 23:6 The Lord our Righteousness. (lacykitkat.wordpress.com)
- Origins of Shabbat (vil.ag)