Is Every Day Alike?
By H.M.S. Richards
“Today some people consider every day alike. But there is clear and plain Scriptural evidence that Christ recognizes one specific day as especially belonging to God.
For instance, we read in Revelation 1:10: “I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day.”
This shows that the apostle John considered one day in a special sense to be the Lord’s day. It was different from other days. It was “the Lord’s day” when this heavenly vision came to him. Now what day is called the Lord’s day? If you have your Bible open, turn to Mark 2:28: “Therefore the Son of man is Lord also of the Sabbath.”
So it is clear that the Lord does have a day and that this day is called the Sabbath or rest day. But what day is the Sabbath? We find our answer in Genesis 2:1-3. When the heavens and the earth were finished, and on the seventh day God ended His work, He rested on the seventh day and blessed it and sanctified it. This is the story of the making of the Sabbath…”
(this article is an excerpt from the Dec 1971 edition of the Sabbath Sentinel)
To read the rest of this article, which starts on page 3, click this link: https://biblesabbath.org/media/tss_180Dec1971.pdf