Biblically speaking, Sundays are either viewed as the Sabbath and the end of the week of creation in the Old Testament, or as the Lord’s Day in the New Testament, i.e. the day of resurrection and the beginning of the week of reconciliation. / worship is always being reformed according to Paul / on Sundays as God’s service to people, through his word as interpreted by the verbi divini minister / and always as a service of people to God, through our efforts in which we develop our gifts as God’s creatures / for Reformed Christians, sanctification occurs in the everyday world, while God himself in his holiness speaks his Word on Sunday.

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