Do you remember those “all nighter” slumber parties as a girl? Do you remember how you felt the “day after”? Well, I think that feeling set in a bit early on our precious blessings.
Good thing it’s the Sabbath…
For this Sunday moment, I pray you have time to worship, rejuvenate and relax.
Typically, my Sundays are very busy, so I struggle to set apart that time of rest, but I know how important it is.
He calls us to Rest…In Him. Enjoy it!
Ex. 34:21 “Six days you shall labor, but on the seventh day you shall rest;
Aww… aren’t they just the sweetest! What a wonderful moment to capture!
Just precious! A sweet mama moment…
Awww sweet!!! Sunday IS our day of rest since we attend church on Saturday nights. It works perfectly for us. 🙂
And yes I do remember the slumber party days.
Aren’t you so grateful for the gift of the Sabbath? It’s like a big collective sigh, “Ah-hhhhhh,” to re-boot our bodies for the coming week. God is so gracious to us! 🙂
So many people do not honor the Sabbath and use Sunday as a day of rest. I honestly don’t know how they get through the week. Cute post of sleepy little girls. 🙂
We do rest, but not on Sunday! We wait for Daddy’s day off. Rest is what’s important, not the day you do it.
@Abbie, Absolutely!! I do think it was the culture that determined Sunday should be that day….but any day with Daddy is the best day of all. 🙂
oh yes I remember that day after the lock-in or slumber party feeling. yuck.
please tell me sleep deprivation with a newborn feels a *little* bit different? hmmm . . . 🙂
I am blessed with a husband who helps me to remember to keep Sunday as a day of rest as I struggle with it too. Kelly