The morning Manna will be provided at 6am. Thanks.

Studying Three Cosmic Messages in the series Lesson 10, may the Holy Spirit be the speaker to your heart.

The Topic today is: Case of Baptist Hiscox lamenting the change of Sabbath to Sunday and change of baptism to infant baptism for Morning Manna of the Sabbath School Lesson Three Cosmic Messages.

The Opening Hymn will be 229 "Spirit of the Living God".

The Sabbath School Quarterly, downloadable from in the Teacher's Edition is on page 84.

The allows anyone, anywhere to read the lesson in their own language. Choose your own language to see God speaking also to your heart.

Why don’t you click on this link right now:

---It is a very nice statement cited by Mark Finley on the change of the Sabbath lamentation. He said that Edward T. Hiscox said it in 1893 the following [but he was probably citing someone else who said it?]

---“What a pity that it [Sunday] comes branded with the mark of paganism,

--- and christened with the name of the sun god,

---then adopted and sanctioned by the papal apostasy,

---and bequeathed as a sacred legacy to Protestantism!”

Historical date—Before a New York ministers’ conference, November 13, 1893.

---The Standard Manual of Baptist Churches is online.


--- This is the 1903 edition. It is honoring the Lord’s Day as Sunday Sabbath (Hiscox, Standard Manual of Baptist Churches, 1903: 71). On page 173 it speaks of a sect in the USA of 9000 Saturday keepers. Seventh-day Baptists.

---What is excellent in this download is the discussion of Baptism between pages 82-107. It gets ******* for the good discussion.

---It would be better to get hold of the original archives of this convention in 1893 in New York. They can be found on microfilm (O) at the AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY.


Baptist Ministers Conference of New York & Vicinity- (O); 1833-1926

New York Baptist Ministers Conference- (O); 1869-1924

---In this document, the statement will be found on the 3rd of November for verification.

---Is your church still sprinkling babies?

---Read what the Baptists wrote in their manual on baptism. Adventists believe it too. It is biblical.

---Go to the Baptist Church then? No, they keep the Lord’s day and not Saturday as Sabbath.

---Wonder why Edward T. Hiscox said that one should keep the Lord’s Day or Sunday as Sabbath in 1903 saying such beautiful things presumably in 1893 at the New York Convention? It was his habit to cite authors with ideas. So maybe he was just citing someone who said these remarkable words, probably a Seventh-day Baptist?

---Is your smartphone searching for a proper baptism church. A proper Sabbath-keeping church. When? Right now.