From what I have learned after listening to your questions and doing a little research and reflection, the Sabbath is not that your tired and need to rest; it is an indication that your work is done. This is what I believe today…
God rested on the 7th day because His work was done. Within this concept God was telling the children of Israel they would one day be able to rest from sacrificing for their sins…thank You, Jesus!
With Jesus’ last breath, He said, “it is finished.” His work was done and He went to He sit down at the right hand of God.
When we declare our faith in Jesus (Roman’s 10:9-10), we are covered by the blood of Jesus and our sins are forgiven. There is no longer any need for the work of sacrificial blood of animals. Roman’s 10:12, includes Jewish and Gentile believers in Christ alike.
The Sabbath day isn’t a day of the week. We enter Sabbath rest when we stop working and accept that Jesus’ sacrifice was for all of us. His work is done!
My main reference is from godwords.org…it made sense to me…hopefully I understood it correctly. Did I come close to your thoughts on this question?
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