What if the room for improvement isn’t in God’s plan, but in my ability to rest in him?
We’ve come to believe the lie that rest is an event, not a lifestyle.
Jesus came to take our burdens—even the ones we give ourselves.
It’s amazing how even a few moments to slow down and listen to God can be the recharge that we need amidst our busy lives.
I suspect that rest is a lot more vital than we think and could completely change our lives if we were willing to give it a try.
While we are no longer under the strict rules of the law, we are hemmed in by grace.
This life is a marathon and not a sprint. And we need to pace ourselves accordingly.
I’m learning that there’s no shame in embracing our limitations.
The truth is that I need a brief intermission to recharge and rest. And that’s okay.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
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