A Letter Addressed to an Honourable Member of the House of Commons, by a True Reformer: Giving a Clear and Concise Explanation of the Mythology of the by Unknown AuthorA Letter Addressed to an Honourable Member of the House of Commons, by a True Reformer: Giving a Clear and Concise Explanation of the Mythology of the by Unknown Author

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There has been under discussidn'in the Honour able House of Commons a Bill, calle 'a Bill for the better Observance of the Sabbath Day. But as it appears to the to bei a bill f1aught with evil consequences, and! If passed into a Law would be the cause of great dissatisfiaction in the minds of, perha'ps'three parts of and as the notions which produced such a bill are altogether nu scriptural, I feel it my duty, as a Loyal Subject of his Ma jesty, and a well wisher of my fellow subjects and of all mankind, and as one having the honour of God in view, wishing above all things that his name and word might be honoured and glorified, I beg permission to lay before you for your consideration (and I would that the same might be considered by the Honourable House' of Commons),a scriptural explanation of the Sabbath, shewing what the Sabbath really is according to the Scriptures.

Firstm Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy six days thou shalt labour and do all thy Work, but the seventh day 1s the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it thou shalt do nofmanne1 of work, 850. This Commandment, and the subject of the Sabbath altogether, have not been duly con sidered by the Petitioners; andl would earnestly request the Honourable Gentleman that brought forward the' gbillgto examine the Scriptures upon the subject, and he Will find what is said above to be true, viz. -that the Petitioners do not' understand the meaning of the Great Law: -giver 1m the words of the Command.

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Title:A Letter Addressed to an Honourable Member of the House of Commons, by a True Reformer: Giving a…Format:PaperbackDimensions:34 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.07 inPublished:October 3, 2018Publisher:FB&C LtdLanguage:English

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