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I~A'e, Record, Reporter III page 248 not host a 72-hole in Plumas rules of this simple: you the same hole enough golf small county an event. The to build a in Quincy so we to drive so far Park" to full-ser- I think be called ice skating at the simple con- could be Water would suf. the school cOuld be sales of and skate do not think are on shelter. ; Zny thoughts are of our great ice skating rink the summer, to Whipple eadow Valley Mr. Schu- Years and respect opinions, both t popular. How- with his as- Seneca Hospi- and his criticism Opposed Mea- suggested by as he calls hypocritical. the billing be the adminis- cut and that reporting be be de- and repre- want,' inion, he Work and look s prob- take a criti- financial re- ed by the For Schumach- :he delinquent have in. than $400,000 of January? Seneca contmittee and Weren't mind- increase? that the tn delinquent more than have gener- Other health in less afflu- qual- reasonable taxing the be instruc- Mr. Schu. 'Ing person, It seems that hateful that has the "Yes on Mr. know in mblic Ral As a man has been quo, he excoriate the courage offi- ce Thayer Almanor respond to Higbee's her "My sad that ers of the in such a times like for Alicia daily on relation- interest- is let's Ito say. In the very beginning---at the end of the first week, God set aside the seventh day. He sanctified, made holy, and rested on the seventh day (Genesis 2:3). As I recall, there were no Jews that first week, just Adam and Eve. As I proceed in my study, I t-rod in Exodus 16 that God provided food (manna) for His people in the wilderness for six days, (providing a dou- ble portion on the sixth day) but on the seventh day, no manna fell. Verse 26 tells us that on "the seventh day, the Sabbath, there will be none"--yet some of the people went out on the seventh day to gather, and found none. In verse 28, "the Lord said to Moses, 'How long do you refuse to keep My command- ments and My laws.'" Hey, wait a minute, the command- ments don't come until Mt. Sinai and Exodus 20! Could it be that God's people already knew about the sev- enth-day Sabbath prior to God's inscribing them on stone? Obviously, the answer is yes. As we study further in Exodus we come to chapter 20 and the 10 commandments. The fourth one begins, "Re- member the Sabbath day." I wonder why it's the only com- mandment that says "remem. ber"? In the New Testament, we have Jesus keeping the Sab- bath by attending church (Luke 4:18) and helping those in need (see the four books of the gospel). Even in His death, He rested on the Sab- bath day (Matt 28, Mark 16, Luke 24). Isn't Jesus our ex- ample to live by?. So I am trying to find where Sunday is the Lord's day but haven't found it yet. The apostles kept the Sabbath after Jesus's resurrection and ascension--see Acts chapters 13,15,16. So I still don't yet see a reference to "the Lord's day." Now, arriving in Revela- tion chapter 1, I read that John "was in the Spirit on the Lord's day." Ah, there it is, "The Lord's day." The Greek meaning: a period of time be- longing to the Lord. Let's not let man interpret this for us, but let's let the Bible inter- pret itself (always a safe thing to do). What day did Je- sus claim as His? Well, Mark 2:27,28 says, "The Sabbath was made for man (it doesn't say Jews; the Greek means human being, mankind) and not man for the Sabbath. Therefore, the Son of man is also Lord of the Sabbath." There it is! The Lord's day is the Sabbath! Alicia, if your heart de- sires fellowship with those who keep the Lord's day as you described, then seek out the Sabbath keepers. They are there, and many, if not most of them, refrain from grocery shopping, eating out and other worldly pursuits on the Lord's Sabbath. They do this out of their love for Him who saved them. Instead of the ministers questioning the unwilling- ness of the veterans to change their tradition, per- haps instead, they should be questioning their own unwill- gness to change their tradi- tion of Sunday-keeping and begin seeking the truth from the word of God and not the tradition of men. God bless and happy Bible studying! Kathy Brown Portola Plumas Rural Services-Domestic Violence Services would like to ac- knowledge the support given to our program by DeAnne Thayer. Victoria Metcalf re- ported (OcL 31) that DeAnne has published her story of do- mestic abuse in "Waking to Tears: Losing a Loved One to Violence." DeAnne is donating her share of the revenue the sales of the book to our safe shelter and domestic violence services. Every reader of DeAnne's story will be touched by her strength and courage. For those in abusive relationships, R is an inspira- tion, and for those who know an abused family member or friend, it offers ways to help. 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