Our weekly sabbath allows us to refocus on this truth in worship and meditation, to evaluate where we have failed to keep God as the center of our days, and to talk to Him about where He wants to direct us in the week ahead. But if we don’t prepare ahead, our work will likely creep into our Sabbath days, and in the planning, we can find joy in the day.
We hope you've enjoyed this Friday Q & A feature as you've gotten to know a few of our UFC women just a bit better. As we shift to journeying through the Gospel of John next week, we plan to continue featuring our women but in a little different format. Watch for these special posts on Thursdays beginning next week! For today, it's a privilege to introduce you to Lauren Carper and Gloria Ubel.
As we closed out our teaching time this week, we looked at Psalm 92, also referred to as the Sabbath Psalm. The psalm begins with “It is good to praise the Lord,” which sets the tone for the rest of sabbath. This week as you prepare for your sabbath and during your time of rest, we encourage you to find ways to praise the Lord. What will it look like for you?
Join us today at ufcwomen.blog as we ponder the truths of the Song for the Sabbath (Psalm 92) and connect them to the charge in Philippians 4:8 to think on all that is true, honorable, just, pure, lovely, commendable, excellent, and praiseworthy. Also, don't miss the REST acronym in today's prayer!
Chelsey Duncan reads our Scripture sections, including the Song for the Sabbath, to us today at ufcwomen.blog.