I am a religious person. Those that follow this blog religiously, know I am a person of faith. (Religiously, get it? Oh goodness, I crack my religious-self up.)
A sabbath day is common in many faiths. I try to observe a day of sabbath once a week. As is typically the case for Christians, I observe the sabbath on Sundays.
I make a point to do nothing with regards to housework, eating out, or shopping. I focus on hanging out with my family, having personal quiet time, and/or going to church/bible study. My main goal on Sundays is to ‘be still’ and thank God. However you spend your Sunday, I hope you make time to ‘be still’. Read more
Full disclosure, I am writing this on a Sunday. I should be in church. Instead, I am banging out this post on my keyboard. Yes, the thought that I should be in church is a personal opinion – my own humble personal opinion.
Further disclosure, I tend to skip church the first Sunday of the month. Why? Because Protestants tend to have Communion the first Sunday of each month. Communion Sunday means long services. I know, not very Christian of me, missing one of the holiest acts of faith. However, when I opened my eyes this morning, and I saw the beautiful green plants in my room, I thanked God for waking me to a brand new day. So there. Read more