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Sabbath Devotional

Application – Fast Forward

How to Practice Circle Prayer:  Set aside time for prayer. Bring your Bible, your journal or paper, a writing utensil, and an expectant heart. The first step in Circle Prayer is to make yourself aware of God’s presence. Invite His leadership. Welcome the Holy Spirit. Ask for wisdom and revelation. As you are aware of God, begin to think of places in your life in which you need…

Sabbath – Fast Forward

Focus: FAST FORWARD (Pastor Cameron Beyenberg)  “If you read history you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were precisely those who thought most of the next.” – C.S. Lewis Adam Sandler starred in a film called Click in the year 2006. The movie follows the journey of Sandler’s character, who is a junior partner in an architecture firm. The story continues throughout the stresses of…

Application – Rewind

How to Practice Rewind in your Sabbath: I would encourage you to plan ahead and choose a small passage of Scripture or a chapter that you will use in your Sabbath. Also, I encourage you to not play Bible roulette but be mindful of the passage so that you can really sink into it and let it sink into you. You may want to choose a passage like John 3:16-17;…

Sabbath – Rewind

Focus: REWIND (Pastor Fraser Venter) “Remember—there’s nothing so difficult and no stronghold so impregnable that it can’t be broken down (and you built up) by Love.” – Catherine of Sienna “Do you remember the 21st night of September? love was changing the minds of pretenders while chasing the clouds away, Our hearts were ringing, In the key that our souls were singing. as we danced in the night, remember how…

Application – Play

How to Practice Centering Prayer:  Sit comfortably with your eyes closed, relax, and quiet yourself. Be present and make yourself aware of God’s presence. Choose a sacred word or phrase that best supports your sincere intention to be in the Lord’s presence and open to His divine action within you. Let that word or phrase be gently present as your symbol of your sincere intention…

Sabbath – Play

Focus: PLAY (Pastor Cameron Beyenberg) When I was young, one of my favorite family activities was renting movies from Blockbuster to watch later that night. We would usually get pizza on those nights and just enjoy each other’s company, laugh a lot, and have fun viewing whatever film had been released on VHS. The only thing that ruined these nights was when we would pop…

Application – Pause

Now for the practical. Are you ready to pause? You don’t want to miss it. The following exercise is a simple practice called the Examen, and will help you with your momentary pauses. We are going to take a really simplified and integrated approach to this type of prayer so that it becomes not only doable during your day but encourages you to lengthen and deepen these times…

Sabbath – Pause

Focus: PAUSE (Pastor Fraser Venter) “The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. He to whom the emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand wrapped in awe, is as good as dead – his eyes are closed.” – Albert Einstein Have you ever intentionally paused your remote while watching a movie or TV show to capture a moment? Often it never freezes the characters face or…

Application – Stop

How to Practice Silence:  STOP. Remove distractions. Put your phone away, close the laptop, shut down the tablet, turn off the television, and pause the music. In order to actually stop and be silent, there needs to be an atmosphere for silence. (This may be hard with children, and we encourage you to try this while they are at school, asleep, etc. And if…

Sabbath – Stop

Focus: STOP (Pastor Cameron Beyenberg) “God never hurries. There are no deadlines against which  He must work. Only to know this is to quiet our spirits  and relax our nerve.” – A.W. Tozer John Ortberg, a pastor and theologian, was talking with Dallas Willard, another pastor and theologian, when he asked Dallas how he could become more spiritually healthy. Dallas paused for a while, and responded with, “You must ruthlessly…