"Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of the truth." Psalm 60:4

The Lord's Day and Divine Worship

The Lord's Day and Divine Worship

The Lord's Day and Divine Worship

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Archibald Alexander
12 pages
"Reason teaches that there is a God, and that He ought to be worshipped. Had man remained in his primeval state of integrity, social worship would have been an incumbent duty. But, from a survey of the constitution of man, it is evident that continual worship, whatever may be the fact in heaven, would not have been required of him while on the earth...From a deliberate consideration of the circumstances in which man was placed, it may be legitimately inferred, that in order to perform the primary duty of worshipping his Creator in that manner which was becoming and proper, he must have had some portion of his time appropriated to that service." -extract