Ted Knight’s The Edifier, on religious holidays

Dear Brothers, Sisters, and Friends,

There are some things about ‘Easter’ and ‘Christmas’ that I really like and at the same time there are things that bring sorrow to me. The family gatherings are always good and the spirit of love and friendship shine in a world where those two qualities are often forgotten.

However, I regret that there are so many people throughout the world who will think about Jesus during this time but forget Him for the rest of the year. Real Christians remember Jesus every day and on the Lord’s Day we remember His death for us as we assemble to eat the Lord’s Supper. If people are ever going to be saved they are going to have to come to Calvary and meet Jesus there. It is there that He shed his blood for our redemption and it is there where our only hope is found. The opportunity to come to Calvary and meet the Son of God is available every moment of every day and not just on these holidays which man has created.

So, with all the family gatherings, Easter egg hunts, and other activities, don’t forget to worship God and celebrate the death of Jesus and the hope that it brought to a dark and lost world. We must not allow the celebrations which man has created to rob us of the opportunity to worship and serve God which were provided by Jesus through His death on the cross.

May God bless you this week. We love and miss you very much.

With Much Love,

Ted & Barbara


I Corinthians 14:26

“Let all things be done unto edifying”

An E-Letter from Ted and Barbara Knight to EDIFY our Brothers and Sisters in RomaniaApril 7, 2012