Richard M. Davidson’s son and daughter often pray, “Dear Jesus, please make it Sabbath again soon.” They look forward to the Sabbath as a delight. But new Seventh-day Adventists may be puzzled by the Sabbath. Sure, it’s the right day for worship. But what do you actually do all day? Even some seasons Adventist will admit to being bored on long summer Sabbaths.
Dr. Davidson knows how to experience the joy of the Sabbath. It is like an anniversary, only better. It is the day each week that the God of the universe comes to spend a loving 24 hours with His people. Ideas the author has taken from Jewish tradition can add touches of beauty to your own family celebration of Sabbath.
Using as his outline Psalm 92, written as a song for the Sabbath, he reveals how each one of us can know the exquisite joy of God’s holy day.
Dr. Davidson is chairman of the Old Testament Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. He is a popular speaker and lecturer.
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