There is a letting go that is evident in the loosening of your shoulders, in the way you linger long in conversation causing curiosity among your family members. The look in your eyes resembles uncanny confidence instead of the familiar blink of fragmented thoughts.
Sabbath looks good on you.
Your commitment to rest is lifting the veil on your hidden identity. Love’s patient kindness toward your proclivity to procrastinate seems to being doing good work.
You thought the way of Sabbath a bit lofty for your ordinary. But now you know the truth.
Sabbath is the secret in the garden you’ve been cultivating that is your life.
The outcome of exploration through your doubt and cynicism surprises you.
Because now you are a full-fledged believer in the work of rest since practicing diligently over the past few months.
Restoration looks good on you.
Take authority over the accusatory whispers haunting your thoughts. Push self-doubt into the corner, stand up, square your shoulders and say yes to Sabbath-keeping with confidence.
The way of Christ is narrow, sometimes precarious, mostly unpopular and walks with a glorious limp.
Jesus isn’t looking for crowd followers but the broken surrendered with Disciple behind their autograph.
May rest be a revelation on the seventh day; the outcome, a personal revolution on the other six in the week.
We are the people of God, not god of the calendar.
Peace looks good on you.
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Inspired Posts from the Sabbath Society this week:
Check out the collection of blog posts at the High Calling link up on Keeping Sabbath.
Hushed by Kris Camealy
Sabbath Equation by Jody Collins
When You’re Too Tired for Sabbath by Lisha Epperson
Souvenir by Laura Boggess
Happy Sabbath Friends!