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Saturday, December 28, 2019


Great multitudes came together to hear, and to be healed by Him of their infirmities. So He Himself often withdrew into the wilderness and prayed.
Luke 5:15-16

The New York Times offered some good advice when it ran an article headlined: "To Stay on Schedule, Take a Break.{ When we keep our noses to the grindstone, our fingers on the keyboard, and our eyes on the screen without regular breaks to refresh our energy, we gradually become less productive. The regular breaks make us more-not less productive.
We don't need research for that, for the Gospels tell us how Jesus took regular breaks, withdrawing from the multitudes and from the work, finding solitary spots for rest and prayer.
Sometimes we need breaks from our work and even from the demands of oved ones-perhaps a fifteen minute bread, occasionally a day off, a weekend away, or a vacation. We need time to luxuriate in Bible study, prayer, exercise, and sleep. During times of pressure, it's important to take time to retreat just a Jesus did on earth. Discover new ways to give your mind, body and soul a timeout. Give yourself a break today.

Thank you Spark Friends for coming to my blog and posting your comments. Sending God's richest blessings to you and your families so He will show out His Ultimate Love, Compassion and Comfort in good times and in times of trouble. God will never leave you nor forsake you but will continue to walk with you.leading you down paths of righteousness until you come to be with Him in heaven. God bless you. I am praying for you and your families in Jesus's Most Precious Name. Amen.
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Wishing you all a Blessed New Year and a Happy and Health one as well. God bless everyone.
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