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Celebrate The Day Of Creation

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 25, 2001 12:19:34 UTC

Do you celebrate the day of creation? If you believe in a creator, you should at least celebrate on the day each year that god told us that we should celebrate his creation for ever and ever. He specifically said in the Old Testament, or the Torah, depending on your perspective, that this is one law that should never be done away with. Apparently he knew that most of his laws would be abandoned. That must make it one of his most important commands, even though it did not make the top ten- well actually it was just the first ten, with many more to come after.

So do you, any of you out there, celebrate the day of his creation of the universe? And I do not mean New Years Eve. This year the day of creation is from sunset Sept 17th to sunset Sept 18th. Especially since he said that he wanted you to do so forever and ever, why have you dileberately ignored his command?

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