Sunday Worship: God’s Unchanging Order


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My name is Augustin D. Etienne from the town of Vieux-Fort in St. Lucia, West Indies.I grew up in a Christian home where God’s word was the rule of law. My parents both were Christians. I accepted Christ as my personal savior at age ten. From early, God’s word was of paramount importance to me for life principles and also a cause for which to stand.I attended the Jamaica Bible College in Mandeville, Jamaica and graduated. I serve in various capacities in the Church. Presently, I teach extension Bible School doing what God called me to do.

Book Synopsis:

It is not necessary to keep the Sabbath to be saved; neither is worshipping on Sunday a sign of worshiping the beast. The Old Testament is a foreshadowing of what was fulfilled in the New. Every move of God had a specific purpose and some have fulfilled their purpose. Sunday Worship leads us from the Old Testament type to the New Testament reality. As King Solomon once said, “…there is nothing new under the sun…” Worshiping on Sunday is not a new phenomenon but is deeply rooted in the Old Testament. God even forbids worshiping on Saturday as “the son of the bondwoman shall not be heir with the son of the free woman. See for yourself.

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