The Sabbath–Our Gift from God

God was aware that our lives would eventually escalate to an out-of-control level. Many worldly attempts to disregard the 7th day of Saturday Sabbath have most Christians paying the price of having mental and physical health disorders.

When our minds are overworked and stressed, the body sympathizes by giving warning signs manifested by physical illnesses. The body listens and responds to the brain giving warnings of overload. The prescription medications we take to calm or produce a human-made euphoria require higher adjustments to reach the desired effects. And this only enables many to function and perform daily living activities.

We cannot give God the time and attention that He deserves when we feel as if we were in a train wreck by the time the weekend arrives. Take the time to restructure your life to include Sabbath rest and restoration. Our loving Heavenly Father God always knows best.

Go ahead! Accept your free gift of strength and mind, body, and soul renewal. Have a blessed and happy Sabbath!

Prayer:God, we thank You for our gift of the Sabbath. Help us to enjoy the spiritual restoration and mental and physical rest that You intended for us to have from Creation. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

Author: steps2successwithspiritualsolutions

I am a Woman of God who desires to provide spiritual guidance to those in mental, emotional, and spiritual distress. Many of us have experienced a devastating life event within the past three years. If so, then we share something in common. My life restarted in 2020. And my healing journey lasted for 16 months. It takes courage, perseverance, faith, and trust in God to restructure and build a new life. Yet, in Isaiah 43, verses 1-3, God promises us that we will never be alone. We can have the assurance that God is with us in every stormy hardship. Pray daily and pray often. Study the Bible. The Scriptures are a Love Letter from God to those who accept Jesus as their personal Savior. You will receive comfort, knowledge, and wisdom. God says, "I have loved you with an everlasting love." Jeremiah 31:3. Be blessed in Jesus' name. Amen. By profession, I am a Registered Nurse, with a passion for helping others overcome the obstacles in their lives. I am a writer of Devotionals, Romantic Poetry, and Research Articles. The recent development of Mentoring and launching as a Motivational Speaker has prompted me to address real-life issues for women from a spiritual perspective.

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