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Learning From The Pace Of A Day That Each Day Is Enough (via Zack Eswine)

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From a sermon by Zack Eswine:

Recover a Weekly Rhythm: Passionate Work, Strategic and Wholesome Rest
When God made the days and nights, this pace for a day, this rhythm for a week peeked out at us, like a shy but faithful friend (Genesis 1). We want a stronger looking friend. So we overlook the wisdom of this gentle-looking one. But make no mistake, wisdom and true strength whispers here.
Day 1: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 2: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 3: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 4: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 5: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 6: Work, Cultivate, Make Covenant Love, Build friendship & Family, then . . . Rest
Day 7: Rest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rest

No wonder Jesus teaches us that each day has enough in it (Matthew 6:34) and to pray for daily need (Matthew 6:11).

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