Isaiah: "The Word
of our God stands forever"
Commentaries and Topical Studies
KING of EARTH
Your Kingdom come!
"Yahweh blessed the Sabbath Day, and set it
apart as holy"
The Hebrew three-letter homograph shin
bet/vet tav, when pronounced Shabbat
(Sabath), means rest at conclusion of
labor; when pronounced shevet, it
means dwelling; with an added silent letter
as shin bet/vet ayin tav and
pronounced shivat, it is the number
seven. Sabbath is a time to conclude our
labor in order to dwell with God, a time
related to the seventh day of the week and
ultimately to the seventh millennium.
Sabbath is neither only for “Jews” nor only for some
previous era. It was created for Adam – man, and for
eternity! It was created as the seventh day of the
week (sunset to sunset), never to change. It is to
be kept holy – meaning dedicated to our Savior, in
contrast to our other days of labor. It is the time
created for God to dwell with man – in the original
Eden (when God was finished with His work of
creation), in our weekly day to meet with Him
(setting aside our weekly work), and in the future
when Messiah will dwell in Eden/Paradise with the
meek who inherit the earth (when our redemption is
completed). Sabbath is a glorious crown of God’s
creation, when everything says “Holy!”
By working six days looking toward observing the
Holy Sabbath day, we show our faith in our creator
by memorializing creation week, and we display our
hope in an eternal dwelling with our Savior. We live
in dedication to God – holiness!
its purpose -
its sanctity -
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shall teach My people to distinguish between
the holy and the common"
relates to acts of God or man. Yahweh is
righteous. The “Righteous acts of Yahweh”
are spoken of in 1 Samuel 12:7, Daniel 9:16,
Micah 6:5, and Revelation 15:4. His
judgments are righteous. He is not subject
to our judgments – He holds all rights. The
“Righteous acts of the saints” are mentioned
in Revelation 19:8. The righteousness of a
man relates to tzedaqah - deeds of
obedience to God’s instructions.
Righteousness does not apply to animals or
distinct from righteousness. Holiness
relates to men or objects that are
dedicated/consecrated to God’s service. God
may dedicate things to Himself, such as
people, places, times, or objects.
sanctifies something, we must “remember to
keep it holy."
dedicate things to God, such as buildings,
animals or money. These things then become
holy/sacred/sanctified. ”Using them for a
common purpose would be profaning the holy.
"Three times a year you shall keep a feast
The Three Feasts of
their Seven Holy Days,
Feasts of Yahweh
Appointments (Holy Days)