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When tax day really isn’t tax day

April 15th is a day that all Americans know well! It’s the dreaded “Tax Day.” But, due to our present circumstances, April 15th this year has been moved to July 15th. So, “Tax Day” this year really isn’t “Tax Day” (so to speak). (Check with your accountant for all tax information.)

What if we moved other days like that? Or what if we could? What if your “Salvation Day” could be put off for three months? Suppose someone said, “You don’t need to be saved today. Just wait three months.” That person would be lying to you (see 2 Cor. 6:2; Acts 22:16). What if “The Lord’s Day” could be put off to another day? Suppose someone said, “You can observe the Lord’s Supper any day. Sunday doesn’t matter.” That person would be lying to you (Acts 2:42; 20:7; 1 Cor. 11:17-34). What if “The Day of the Lord” could be put off until a convenient time? Except, it cannot! It will come (certainty!) as a thief in the night (unexpectedly!) (2 Pet. 3:10; 1 Thess. 5:2). God has set certain days in place. Let us not think they can be moved!