The Day of the Lord

A terrifying day is coming: the Day of the Lord. This term is used throughout Scripture as that time when the Lord will begin and complete His final wrath upon a disbelieving world.

It will also show that the common phrase, "the Lord's Day" (as a reference for Sunday) is sometimes used interchangeably by moern Christians. Within the NT, the first day of the week is never called "the Lord's Day". It is always termed "the first day of the week". The NT writers were very careful to use the phrases "the Day of the Lord" and "the Lord's Day" always to refer to that future time of wrath and never to the first day of the week when the assembly met.

This topic is planned for a future article.

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