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May 14, 2018
One major and unexpected effect of finding sabbath this year has been the faster rate at which I’ve learned to “bounce back” from less than perfect weeks. Observing the Sabbath for YOU and not to uphold anyone else’s expectations of you, opens up areas in your life that you didn’t even know were lacking to be rejuvenated and made new. My “bounce back” has become something real, I am truly able to let go of things from the week that try to hold on to me (things like anger, frustration, and disappointment), and in turn I’m able to more fully hold onto the things that have a tendency to slip away (things like faith, hope, & charity).
Plan how you’re going to intentionally create space and margin on the Sabbath.
“Our tendency is to take on the ways of the world. We don’t adopt them immediately, but we slowly take them on, unfortunately. I wish I had the power to convert this whole Church to the observance of the Sabbath. I know our people would be more richly blessed of the Lord if they would walk in faithfulness in their observance of the Sabbath.”
-Gordon B. Hinkley
The world wants us.
It’s up to US to walk that narrow and less traveled path in faith, constantly exercising self control and self mastery. When we offer up the world and put forth faithful efforts to dedicate the Sabbath to our connection to God, ourself, and those around us, I know we will be blessed in measureless ways.YOU ARE LOVED!
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