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How Jesus Kept the Sabbath

Jesus loved to make people happy on the Sabbath, but some people accused Him of breaking the Sabbath. Which was it? Read Alejandro Bullon's response to that question.

October 2005

Signs online features this month

Finding a Job Through Total Surrender
Sometimes God answers our prayers with an immediate Yes or No. As Preethi Burkholder learned, other times He lets us wait.
Jesus' Blood Test
A preacher father heard a sermon about Jesus' death from his three-year-old daughter.

Signs subscribers can also read these articles in the print edition of the October 2005 issue

Why Doctors Should Prescribe a Day of Rest
Do you feel tired much of the time, nerves shot, stomach in a knot? Try the prescription by Dr. George Pamplona-Roger. It just might make a difference!
From Saturday to Sunday
Read Samuele Bacchiocchi's answer to the question: If the Ten Commandments name the seventh day of the week as the Sabbath, where did Sunday come from?
Sabbath as Holy Time
Is the Sabbath just a day to go to church? Editor Marvin Moore reflects on what makes the Sabbath different from every other day of the week.
No Fear in Love
Do you feel uncomfortable around people who are "different"? So did Marjorie Evans—until she learned how to love them.
I Talk to Liz. . . But Can She Hear Me?
The idea of talking to the dead is becoming more and more popular—but is that even possible? And what does the Bible say?
Eight Ways to Be Your Child's Role Model
You've heard the proverb "Do as I do, not as I say." According to Victor Parachin, nowhere is that advice more important than in bringing up children.
The Amethyst Stone
Connie Kutac's encounter with a total stranger taught her a valuable lesson—that the way to receive is not to take. It's to give.