You can take the day OFF!

The Bible says in Genesis 2:2 that God rested once He completed his work.  We also are allowed to rest and take the day off!

The Bible says in Genesis 2:2 that God rested once He completed his work. We also are allowed to rest and take the day off!

And by the seventh day God completed His work which He had done, and He rested (ceased) on the seventh day from all His work which He had done.

The word “rest” means to cease work or movement in order to relax, refresh oneself, or recover strength. This means that resting is powerful and necessary for us! If God rested, why we can’t rest too? It’s a healthy habit that will help us to continue with our every day chores.

The bestselling author Robert Morris shares with us in his book “Take the Day Off” this truth and the benefits of it! How we can rest and how beneficial can be.

Reading this book has been of great benefit to me. Being able to understand the nature of rest and how God did so. This book is part of a study group on Facebook. During the month of November they will be studying this topic further.

God rested, you can do it too! Join the Faithwords Book Club! #Faithwords #TakeTheDayOff #RoberMorris

You are invited to join and participate in this group. It will be a blessing to you. Please request to join HERE! This is a FREE group!

You can get the Book HERE! Also you can enter for a chance to win this amazing book, click the image below to enter the GIVEAWAY!

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