In the first chapter of Philippians, Paul makes reference to the coming “day of Christ Jesus.” In the same chapter, he refers to it again calling it “the day of Christ.” Elsewhere (including the Old Testament) it is called “the day of the Lord.”
This is the day that the Lord has made. It is the Lord’s day. It is the day in which the Lord is king over all the earth, in which He is the only one, and His name is the only one (Zechariah 14:9).
This is the day of which Isaiah prophesied saying that the Lord alone would be exalted (Isaiah 2:11, 17).
Why do we exalt churches, and denominations, and traditions? Is His name insufficient for us to glory in? Do we not believe that He came again just as He promised? (Jesus Christ Has Already Come Again.)
The purpose of this blog is to praise Jesus Christ in terms familiar to those who read the Bible, and to help others become more familiar with the Bible. For those unfamiliar with the Bible, look to the blog A Nonchurchgoer’s Guide to Jesus and His Kingdom .