Making the Sabbath a Delight

by Brent L. Top, Wendy C. Top

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Imagine the blessings awaiting us as individuals, families, communities, and the Church as we open our eyes to the true grandeur of the Sabbath of our Lord. As we enrich our Sabbath worship and devotion, we fully embrace the joyous gift and opportunity of a day to focus on being as much like God as possible.

As Latter-day Saints, we dedicate one day a week to the Lord. The question is, how are we spending that sacred time? If observance of the Lord's day feels more like an obligation than a celebration, rediscover the true spirit of the Sabbath in Making the Sabbath a Delight. This inspiring volume invites readers to explore the biblical context and symbolism of Sabbath worship as well as its modern application in today's fast-paced world. The refreshing study of principles and patterns for Sabbath observance will inspire faithful followers of the Lord to more fully delight in Sabbath worship and more joyfully celebrate His day.

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Size6 x 9
PublishedCovenant Communications 2017

About the Authors

Brent L. Top

Brent L. Top is dean of Religious Education and former chair of Church history and doctrine at BYU. Brother Top has written numerous books, including coauthoring LDS Beliefs: A Doctrinal Reference, and is a popular speaker at BYU Education Week. He served as mission president of the Illinois Peoria Mission and is currently serving as a stake president. Brent and his wife, Wendy, are the parents of four children and live in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

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Fantastic Audiobook
By , Submitted on 2018-06-07

Thank you brother and sister Top for researching this topic and sharing your experiences during your stay in the Holy Land. Your insights helped me realize how important the Sabbath is to the Lord and for us. Just like all of God’s commandments, we are richly blessed when we keep them and it is no different when the Sabbath becomes a delight to us. “Thou shalt” is really another way for the Lord to say “I love you.”

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