"Some of the questions you put forward have a very simple answer which every individual needs to examine..
"what is your priority in and with your life?"
It has nothing to do with refusal to do a job, but everything to do with the priority you give your job. >>
Who wrote about priority here?
<< When there is this subtle but considerable shift, one finds themselves asking these very questions. >>
What is that?
<<"Can a nurse on shifts refuse to work on Sunday?">>
Why was only one question picked up?
Read clearly what I wrote..
"Can a Christian, who is in the Army refuse to fight for the country if he is asked to do so, on Sunday? Can a scientist, who is NASA refuse to perform an important decision on Sunday. Can a Computer genius, who is asked to fix a problem refuse to do that on Sunday at the cost of huge loss for the company? Can a nurse on shifts refuse to work on Sunday?
I do not think we should be one sided in thinking on the issue you raised in your question."
"The question we need to ask ourselves is, who gave the new opportunity to work on Sunday? Who gave the opportunity to be selected for a good profession? Who allows labor pain to Christian woman on Sunday? If we refuse to do work on Sunday, is it equivalent to disobedience to God, or is it equivalent to dishonoring the Lord? "
"Actually, your question was not about the inability to worship on Sunday. Even if it is a question about that problem, I think you should not take such hasty decision as to resign a job, or refuse to take an important examination on Sunday, or absent from work on Sunday. Try to find an alternative. There may be Church which has evening service. You may be able to worship God in a different way than attending Sunday Morning service in a particualar denominational Church."
If you have any more teaching or think that breaking the bread on Sunday only is worship, write to the initiator of the topic.