“I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day,” Rev 1:10
I know people debate whether “the Lord’s day” is the first day of the week or some other day. The Apostle John knew it was that day when he was in the spirit. It was a particular day in his life on which he found himself “in the spirit” and recorded the Revelation epistle from Jesus. That it was “the Lord’s day” distinguished it from other days. Now what impresses me is to learn that the Lord has a day.
Isn’t every day the “Lord’s day”? Yes and no. Yes, as the children recite that “this is the day which the Lord has made….”, which is every day. But John wasn’t making a theological point about the blessing of every day. John was distinguishing one day from the other days. If we can agree that John was….(follow link to read entire article).
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