This article is about the relation of the Sabbath and the Sunday. It also shows the Lord Jesus' view of the Sabbath, and the way the early church looked at Sabbath and Sunday. The sabbatarian theory and the dominical theory of the Lord's day is discussed. The Sunday as a rest day and the relation of the Sabbath to the creation is also explained. The article ends by talking about the Sabbath as covenant sign.
In this article on the Lord's Day, the author first gives attention to the Biblical background of this day in the Old and New Testament.
In this article the author shows how the Sabbath is still valid for us today as a day of the Lord we must keep holy.
According to Exodus 31:13, the Sabbath is a sign of the covenant. In order to properly understand the meaning of the Sabbath, one must understand the nature of the covenant God gave His people. The Sabbath is given by God as a reminder of the everlasting Sabbath. In heaven it will always be Sabbath.