Sunday, September 1, 2013


    Well, unlike Woodstock I'm choosing to relax this afternoon inside with the air conditioning on. Sundays are not meant to be lazy but rather still enough to be more focused on the Lord.  Maybe a time to reflect on what God has done in your life over the past week.  Maybe a time to think about what you can do for others over the upcoming week.  Maybe just a time to bask in God's good grace to you.
    Psalm 62;5  ''Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him.''
    Deuteronomy 5;12  ''“Observe the Sabbath day by keeping it holy, as the Lord your God has commanded you. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, 14 but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God.''
    Even if you are doing some laborious tasks on this Labor Day weekend, do it as if unto the Lord.  May your Sunday be more and more like 'Sonday.'


  1. What a good word for the Labor Day weekend. As we travel, it will be a good reminder to take extra time to focus on the Lord, to work on Scriptures, and to enjoy the One who created the world we are traveling. See you next week!

  2. Phil is having to rest a lot right now and there are some blessings in this. Looking forward to visiting with you when I see you next. LY

  3. Such a good post, Angie. Our Sunday mornings are spent in church, greeting and worshipping (unless we are out of town). Then the kids are here for lunch and we have a meal and fellowship together. So thankful for God's goodness to me. Hope you have a very special birthday on this LABOR DAY! Love you, T.

  4. Ahhh...I love Sundays. I love going to church, I love being with my family, I love a more relaxed pace. of my favorite days of the week.