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Become a champion for your family in the time it takes to enjoy a cup of coffee! Every episode of the Focus on the Family Christian podcast helps you confidently guide your loved ones through the unique challenges faced by today’s Christian families. With over 40 years of trusted, compassionate stories of redemption, hosts Jim Daly and John Fuller connect you to biblically sound marriage and parenting help that is relatable, practical, and interesting. Listen/Learn/Apply/ThriveInChrist!Trillia Newbell and Dr. Danny Huerta discuss the value of our celebrating rac...Posted: September 24, 2021, 10:00 am
- Our Daily Bread
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The clock blinked 1:55 a.m. Burdened by a late-night text conversation, sleep wasn’t coming. I unwound the mummy-like clutch of my tangled sheets and padded quietly to the couch. I googled what to do to fall asleep but instead found what not to do: Don’t take a nap or drink caffeine or work out late in the day. Check. Reading further on my tablet, I was advised not to use “screen time” late either. Oops. Texting hadn’t been a good idea. When it comes to resting well, there are lists of what not to do.
In the Old Testament, God handed down rules regarding what not to do on the Sabbath in order to embrace rest. In the New Testament, Jesus offered a new way. Rather than stressing regulations, Jesus called the disciples into relationship. “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). In the preceding verse, Jesus pointed to His own ongoing relationship of oneness with His Father—the Father He’s revealed to us. The provision of ongoing help Jesus enjoyed from the Father is one we can experience as well.
While we’re wise to avoid certain pastimes that can interrupt our sleep, resting well in Christ has more to do with relationship than regulation. I clicked my reader off and laid my burdened heart down on the pillow of Jesus’ invitation: “Come . . .”Posted: September 26, 2021, 12:00 am
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pmTo support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/110/29 3689 Keith Kaynor (Philosophy, Purposeless, Seeking) Keith’s father taught him right from wrong, but he never explained why things were right. This left Keith to find out for himself. He took psychology and philosophy classes in search of the meaning of life but came up empty-handed. Then he transferred to another college. He went outside the classroom and found the lesson he’d been searching for.a true understanding and belief in Good News of the Gospel.
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