We review this very familiar passage and see from the New Testament how it speaks about the rejection of Christ by the Jewish leaders, His resurrection from the dead to become Head over all things for the Church and the commemoration of that event in the Lord’s Day - the day the Lord has made.

We are challenged to rejoice in this Day and to use it to celebrate the events without which there could be no redemption and no salvation.

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Shaun Bryant

Shaun has been Pastor at Grace Church in Modesto since late 1993. His journey to the fellowship took him through churches of various persuasions, during which time he became convinced of a call to the ministry and also of a Reformed view of the Scriptures. Shaun completed his studies for the ministry at Westminster Seminary in California. He is married with 3 children.

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