The other day my friend called me and I was absolutely frantic. I was trying to listen to my friend who was in crisis while I was trying to get my kids in the car, who were crazy. I was gathering all the bags for all the stuff and I was trying to be compassionate all while I’m getting more and more frantic. I finally said to her…’Listen, I’m so sorry. I’ve really got to get going and I can’t leave until I find my cell phone.’
The cell phone I had in my hand. The one I was talking on.
We’ve all been here, right? A pretty good indication we are a little maxed out.
Let’s look at Hebrews. In Hebrews 4:9-10: So then, there remains a Sabbath rest for the people of God, for whoever has entered God’s rest has also rested from his works as God did from his.
What does it mean to rest in the more frantic seasons of our lives, especially during Christmas? The pace of the holidays can be crazy. What if we took a Sabbath approach to Christmas?
In our culture today it can be hard to stop ourselves from becoming so busy it becomes harmful. Here are 3 ways to rediscover rest.
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