Meaning of accommodating
On no evening was the building large enough to accommodate the audience.
Of course, papa, I should like to accommodate myself to them as much as I can.
For they note “..although the Scripture nowhere identifies Sunday as having any religious connection with the Lord, repeatedly it recognizes that the seventh day, the Sabbath, is the Lord’s special day.
Second, if the writer wished to indicate a future time towards which he was transferred in the vision, then one would have expected a prepositional phrase in the accusative John seeks to answer the following questions that the reader might have. Therefore, they could look back with confidence to Christ’s resurrection as guaranteeing their forgiveness through His shed blood.Critics, however, have noted that with only one possible exception, the church fathers in the second and third centuries never use ‘’ to refer to the final judgment. It is certainly true that in several passages of the New Testament the sound of the trumpet is associated with the Second Coming of Christ and the Day of Judgment. The significance of John recording the time in which the vision occurred as ‘the Lord’s day’ would be to connect both John and the members of the seven churches to their risen Lord on the day in which they had gathered to worship Him.However, in context, both Revelation in each of these cases he notes “The time reference is to when the event occurred. The fact that Revelation 1:3 mentions a blessing to the one who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy clearly envisions the regular time when the church would meet to hear this revelation read.It is used neither in the LXX nor in any other contemporary Jewish literature. in each case referring to our Lord: ‘the head,’ ‘the body,’ ‘the flesh,’ ‘the soul,’ ‘the blood,’ ‘the passion,’ ‘the cross,’ ‘the burial,’ ‘the sayings and teachings,’ ‘the parables,’ ‘the commands,’ ‘the power and authority,’ ‘the name.’ ”It conveys the meaning of ‘belonging to the Lord’, ‘given by ’or ‘instituted by the Lord’.The first use outside of the New Testament does not appear until A. 68 and refers to Caesar’s household, treasury or imperial administration.’ and “. clearly refers to the ‘last supper’ instituted by Christ to remember His shed blood and broken body.