“THUS SAYS the Lord: Keep justice, do and use righteousness (conformity to the will of God which brings salvation), for My salvation is soon to come and My righteousness (My rightness and justice) to be revealed. Blessed, happy, and fortunate is the man who does this, and the son of man who lays hold of it and binds himself fast to it, who keeps sacred the Sabbath so as not to profane it, and keeps his hand from doing any evil.” Isaiah 56:1-2 ->me: To follow the righteous principles of life that the Lord has revealed is to be blessed, happy, and fortunate. I do this by fully grasping, understanding, and comprehending the gravity of the truth of the Lord as revealed in His word and through the Holy Spirit; and finally the personal commitment to stay true to His righteous way of life. The reference to keeping the Sabbath sacred involves the reorganization of one’s life in order to accommodate the principle of one day set apart. This is not only applied to Sunday and church but that time I set aside everyday to hear from Him. It is also the Lord’s invitation to His covenant people to enter into His rest.