"Keep Lord's Day Holy," and "Spiritual Beginnings," Sermon, WKIF
Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection
This audio recording features an unidentified speaker who discusses the sanctity of the Sabbath day. The speaker references the Biblical books of Exodus and Genesis to express how important it is for Christians to set aside the last day of the week as a day of rest from work to commemorate the finished work of God as creator. The speaker closes the sermon by reminding the audience how the Bible says God intended people to keep the Sabbath holy and what is required on that sacred day.
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Unidentified, ""Keep Lord's Day Holy," and "Spiritual Beginnings," Sermon, WKIF" (1964). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 19.