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October 15, 2010


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I went into the sanctuary expecting a worship service filled with songs and praises and a short devotional. Instead, we all got a spiritual treat as we heard the testimony of the Davidson's turning point in understanding a deeper significance for the Sabbath from the Jewish perspective.

Well, done; well prepared. It was a wonderful blessing.

I'm curious ... how was this connected to the theme of the conference ...?

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