Honoring the Sabbath need not be a commitment to a specific day of the week, explains Muller. In fact, it can be a yearlong retreat or a morning walk--"anything that preserves a visceral experience of life-giving nourishment and rest."
Far more than an interesting concept, this is a good read. Each chapter is provocative and fluid, with topics such as "Fear of Rest," "Dormancy," and "The Way of Enough." At the end of his chapters, Muller offers stories, poems, or practices that speak to the themes of the Sabbath. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Got this book for a gift. I have it and love it. Small stories and thoughts that a person can read one of everyday.Published 19 days ago by chittjoy
To remember the most important things in life. To focus on God. To be grateful and enjoy life. To get out of the rat race for a while.Published 23 days ago by Viviana Alfaro
Beautiful review of what our bodies and spirit need. A healthy reminder of many cultural views but all drawn together by one human need.Published 1 month ago by Britt
Very thought-provoking. An easy, enjoyable read. It was recommended reading through my church, which had recently set aside one Saturday a month for a service and we were asked... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Judy Varvel
This Sabbath book is really amazing. This book is recommended for a study group in Church.
Not only the book tell us to slow down in busy pace, but also it explained why... Read more
Excellent! We ALL need to read this book, whether student, housewife,CEO, retired person...Published 2 months ago by A in CH