Reboot: Life, Pt. 2

destined-for-the-throne1-450x307Before we arrive at the place of depletion in any area of life, we need to take a moment to present ourselves before God’s “throne of grace to obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need” (Heb. 4:16). No one is above needing to “reboot” as a result of spending and overspending our limited resources and “freezing up” on a daily basis. But, “…thanks be unto God, Which always causeth us to triumph in Christ…” (2 Cor. 2:14) because He has provided a way of escape “…lest Satan should get an advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his devices” (2 Cor. 2:11).

sabbatdayThe main way that God has provided beforehand is through the institution of the Sabbath. All work and no play will eventually render us ineffective in engaging in Kingdom work as we will begin to lose sight of the things that matter the most in the economy of God’s Kingdom. Once we arrive this point, we will begin to chase after those things which are not bad in and of themselves, but are not always beneficial to our lives in relation to the God’s plan for us (1 Cor. 6:12).

8155-honest-self-reflection-opens-your-mind-to-re-programming-changeBefore we face a complete breakdown of our faculties, we need to learn how to simply take a step back and “reboot” our lives. Does it mean that some people may have to be removed from our social circles? Does it mean that we may have to remove ourselves from some social circles? The answer is “yes” on both accounts. Does it mean that some things will become obsolete and need to be removed? Does it mean that we need to remove away from some things? Again, the answer is “yes” on both accounts.

But in the end…it will be well worth it…#‎thinkonthesethings‬

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8 thoughts on “Reboot: Life, Pt. 2

  1. The slightest change we do automatically needs changes around. If we let everything the way it was… no change can take place. Great, Sean!

  2. Nice post, Sean! Yesterday I practiced Sabbath again–so wonderful. Not just because it was Mother’s Day, but because it was a break that forced the kinds of choices you mention. I hope you also had a Sabbath rest. Or do you have to go with another day of the week? I like making it concrete (tying it to day I can anticipate!).

    1. Thanks, Elouise! I try to keep it to one day, but sometimes I have to make an exception based on the events of the week. But I’m so proud of you! I knew you could do it! 😃

      1. It’s interesting to monitor my feelings each week. This particular Sunday (Mother’s Day) it was easier than usual–though I still had my little internal dialogue with myself. Best wishes in your attempt to make Sabbath rest work for you each week.

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