Why do we worship on Sunday instead of Saturday Holy Week Easter reflections?
Holy Thursday As Holy Thursday approaches I find myself looking back to an evening many years ago when my husband and I were the weary parents of three young daughters. The details of what I assume were a typically hectic day escape me, but the events of that night still touch me. With the girls tucked safely into bed the two of us began to tell each other about our trying day. Somehow we ended up bringing out the white rubber dishpan from under the sink and consoling each other by washing one another’s feet. This wasn’t a common practice in our house; in fact we had never done it before or since. It wasn’t until we attended the Good Friday services the next day that we realized what had taken place. This week we will be reminded again that after washing the feet of the disciples, Jesus advised his followers to do the same. As I grow older I am more aware than ever that foot washing is really about being willing to be vulnerable. That is not easy for any of us because we have been taug
- If Sunday is the first day of the week, and sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday is the Sabbath and should be kept holy, then why do Christians worship on Sunday?
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