Bahan Alkitab: Exodus 20:8, Mathew 12:1-14
Many humans spend their daily life with little or none at all spent to get to know about God or to look for His Kingdom.
God created us to enjoy Him and to worship Him. How can we do that if we don’t spent enough time for Him.
After God created the world, he rested on the 7th day. When he gave the fourth commandment (Exodus 20:8), God reminded his people to set apart the Sabbath in a special way. They were to keep it holy by resting and worshiping God.
By the time of ]esus, however, keeping the Sabbath had greatly expanded beyond its original purpose. The focus had turned away from God to a long list of repressive traditions and rules. When the Pharisees criticized Jesus for plucking grain and healing on the Sabbath, Jesus answered them by reaffirming the purpose of the holy day as a time for physical and spiritual renewal and for doing good (Mark 2:27-28; Matthew 12:12).
We are the people of God, we must make sure to dedicate our life to worship God and to enjoy Jesus as our Saviour. We must be Christian that filled our life with knowledge of the Kingdom of God. Lord Jesus is our true “final” resting place.
Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy