Video: With Chris Coleman On The Grounds, Reason, And Fruit Of The Second Service On The Lord’s Day


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  1. It was put to me recently that to demand a second service or attendance at such is essentially to codify an opinion on how to keep the sabbath holy.
    If one in good conscience can say they are keeping the sabbath holy without attendance at a second service are we creating a man-made law if we demand people attend (excepting occasions of mercy and necessity of course) ?

  2. This was good stuff.

    We have our second service at noon because many of our congregation have to travel far. So we have Morning worship at 10am, then Fellowship time and then “evening service”.

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