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What Does it Mean to “Fulfill our Sunday obligation”? Ephesians 5:18-21 (Part 2)

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson | April 2, 2008 No Comments

Marcus Grodi and Jim Anderson continue their discussion of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.

Every Sunday, and for many people Saturday evening, millions of Christians around the world gather for worship. We do this partially in obedience to Scripture, for we know that from the beginning we were told to “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.” But sadly far too many seem to gather merely to fulfill this obligation; in otherwords, “I go because I gotta go,” and then when they leave the church they return to their everyday lives, until the next weekend when once again, they go because they gotta go. But what St. Paul and the Church have always taught is that the gathering for worship is a communion of love between brothers. This is part of what weʼll be discussing today on Deep in Scripture.

Today’s Show Notes

Jim’s Notes on the Catechuminate

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