God’s Freedom

Sabbath is not something I’m necessarily good at. I remembering finding one of my schedules from High School and … I’ve never been good at Sabbath. Sabbath is rest, but not collapsing at the end of a day, or a shift. It’s having a world where you can be free to be with God. Which meant something particular in the middle of the desert, and might mean something particular again in the middle of COVID19.

I worked most closely with Genesis 20.1-20.

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An Episcopal priest, bibliophile, dog owner, and Montanan

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