Sunday, August 3, 2008

The State of Utah Embarked on a 4-day Work Week

USA TODAY in an article posted on internet - - day_N.htm - reports that the State of Utah has embarked on a four-day week in effort to cope with the energy crisis. According to the same article, Utah becomes the very first state to institute a mandatory four-day work week for most state employees, joining local governments across the nation that are altering schedules to save money, energy and resources.

In the light of the Bible prophecy enshrined in Revelation 13:11-18 and expounded by Ellen G. White in her book “Great Controversy”, could we say that this constitutes a prelude to the national law instituting Sunday Law? This is a good idea. And all ideas are welcome in order to deal with difficult times due to the economy crippled by the war in Afghanistan and Iraq, the crumbling of housing industry and soaring energy prices.

At this point, it is advisable to remain on the lookout and see how the situation will evolve. Time will tell.

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