Our forefathers as a whole saw Sunday as the Christian Sabbath. True there were exceptions and there were times of spiritual decline in the nation but our history bares out the fact that Sunday was a special day in the nation observed by the country as a whole up until our recent history. Today, we live in a 24/7 society. We do what we want on Sunday and seem to care less what God thinks. We hold great commercial sports events on the Lord's Day. Many evangelical churches throughout the nation support and promote these events and have no idea that God might be displeased. The church is weak and worldly and our observance of the Christian Sabbath in the nation is evidence of that. Christians do what everybody else does on the Sabbath and there is little difference seen in the lives of Christians and non-Christians. Is there such a thing as the Sabbath and should we not as a nation honor that day above all other days?
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Alex Dodson serves as president of Watchmen Radio Ministries International and as a staff evangelist. He has been in the gospel ministry for over thirty years. He was ordained in 1974 and has served as both a pastor and evangelist. He is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary and is presently a member of International Ministerial Fellowship. He has also done postgraduate studies at the School of World Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his wife Susan live in Portland, Oregon in the beautiful Northwest.