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Shabbat Shalom

March 28, 2008

Literally means “Rest & Peace”,  well, maybe not literally, but certainly it is implied.  And Shalom does mean peace.

It’s that time of the week here at my house and the smells of bread and shepherd’s pie are filling the air.

It’s always interesting to me when people talk about being Sabbath observant as bondage.

Well, if it’s bondage to set aside the 7th day of each week to rest, join in fellowship with other believers in Yeshua as Messiah and eat the best food of the week?

Works for me.

For all of you who don’t choose to be Sabbath observant,  have a wonderful weekend,  enjoy your families, your G-d and get some rest!

It makes next week so much more able to bear!

Shabbat (rest), Shalom (peace)

  • I hit your blog from WW

    Sabbath is extremely important. one of the the things that I like to add is the following:

    We need to work out of our rest and not rest from our work. There really is a major difference and I think Biblical implicaions.

    We see Adam being created and on his first day, he rested and then went to work.

  • I hit your blog from WW

    Sabbath is extremely important. one of the the things that I like to add is the following:

    We need to work out of our rest and not rest from our work. There really is a major difference and I think Biblical implicaions.

    We see Adam being created and on his first day, he rested and then went to work.

  • So, you are saying make the rest your foundation and not work?

    I like!

  • So, you are saying make the rest your foundation and not work?

    I like!