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"2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2723] Wed, 03 April 2019 02:23 Go to next message
Michael32 is currently offline  Michael32
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I remember someone somewhere posting (let me paraphrase) "i wonder when they will tell that sunday ban was the best thing they could do", so here it is (translate to your lingo):

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2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales. - There is no reason to change the rules now - said the government spokeswoman Joanna Kopcinska in the Sejm.
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"In the light of the analyzes carried out, MPiT does not recommend introducing changes to the current model of achieving full reduction of trade on Sunday"
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Referring to the effects of trade restrictions on Sunday for the retail sector, the Ministry pointed out that according to the analysis, 2018 was the best in terms of sales in about 10 years. "The reasons for this should be seen, among others in the growing incomes of Poles, favorable changes in the labor market, strong economy, as well as favorable weather conditions"
Re: "2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2727 is a reply to message #2723] Wed, 03 April 2019 20:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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This reminds me of what EGW said in regards to accidents/injuries occuring on Sundays, and people were rebuking the victim for working on Sunday and that the incident was punishment or wrath of God for dishonoring Sunday.
Re: "2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2728 is a reply to message #2727] Wed, 03 April 2019 20:28 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Miracles also were called into requisition. Among other wonders it was reported that as a husbandman who was about to plow his field on Sunday cleaned his plow with an iron, the iron stuck fast in his hand, and for two years he carried it about with him, "to his exceeding great pain and shame."--Francis West, Historical and Practical Discourse on the Lord's Day, page 174. {GC 575.1}
Later the pope gave directions that the parish priest should admonish the violators of Sunday and wish them to go to church and say their prayers, lest they bring some great calamity on themselves and neighbors. An ecclesiastical council brought forward the argument, since so widely employed, even by Protestants, that because persons had been struck by lightning while laboring on Sunday, it must be the Sabbath. "It is apparent," said the prelates, "how high the displeasure of God was upon their neglect of this day." An appeal was then made that priests and ministers, kings and princes, and all faithful people "use their utmost endeavors and care that the day be restored to its honor, and, for the credit of Christianity, more devoutly observed for the time to come."--Thomas Morer, Discourse in Six Dialogues on the Name, Notion, and Observation of the Lord's Day, page 271. {GC 575.2}
Re: "2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2729 is a reply to message #2728] Wed, 03 April 2019 20:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The roll forbade labor from the ninth hour, three o'clock, on Saturday afternoon, till sunrise on Monday; and its authority was declared to be confirmed by many miracles. It was reported that persons laboring beyond the appointed hour were stricken with paralysis. A Miller who attempted to grind his corn, saw, instead of flour, a torrent of blood come forth, and the mill wheel stood still, notwithstanding the strong rush of water. A woman who placed dough in the oven found it raw when taken out, though the oven was very hot. Another who had dough prepared for baking at the ninth hour, but determined to set it aside till Monday, found, the next day, that it had been made into loaves and baked by divine power. A man who baked bread after the ninth hour on Saturday found, when he broke it the next morning, that blood started therefrom. By such absurd and superstitious fabrications did the advocates of Sunday endeavor to establish its sacredness. (See Roger de Hoveden, Annals, vol. 2, pp. 526-530.) {GC 576.2}
Re: "2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2731 is a reply to message #2729] Thu, 04 April 2019 16:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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And thats the belief that circulates in my family. When i ask my mom why she doesn't want to do something on Sunday she can't explain it to me but i know what's up. I heard once a story that something bad happened to my uncle when he was laboring on Sunday and he stopped working on that day since... Satan is disgusting.
Re: "2018 was the best in nearly 10 years in terms of sales" [message #2732 is a reply to message #2731] Fri, 05 April 2019 17:16 Go to previous message
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Indeed that future pile of ashes is disgusting.
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