Sunday Stills

Margaret —  December 2, 2012 — 4 Comments

 

Taj Mahal

“The seventh day of creation is the most eloquent and insightful as to the nature of God. From a literary perspective, the Sabbath forms the pinnacle of the story. Like the dramatic kiss of a soldier returning from war, this is the moment we’re not meant to miss. In choosing rest as the grand finale, God reveals himself as one driven by neither anxiety nor fear but one who finds gladness in both the work of creation and the creation of work.”

 --Margaret Feinberg, Wonderstruck

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WonderstruckIn Wonderstruck, Margaret invites you to toss back the covers, climb out of bed, and drink in the fullness of life. Wonderstruck will help you:

  • Recognize the presence of God in the midst of your routine
  • Discover peace in knowing you’re wildly loved
  • Identify what's holding you back in prayer
  • Develop a renewed passion for God
  • Celebrate the extraordinary moments in everyday life

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4 responses to Sunday Stills

  1. This was like a warm hug to me this morning! There is so much to learn and think about with Creation! I heard something about this on the radio yesterday. The speaker was referring to the word Shalom and I believe outside of it meaning “peace” as a greeting or farewell, it also means completeness. God gave love, beauty, and abundance to man in the garden-how complete is that!!!! :) So, “shalom” has a new perspective for me! :) Picturing God speaking the word “shalom” to us on the Sabbath….makes me warm and smiley! :) :)

  2. I was more than curious why you chose a picutre of the Taj Mahal to represent Sabbath worship. My understanding is that is not a place where Christians would worship our Lord God Creator.

    • Marci, we thought the photo was a beautiful and peaceful image and chose it separate from the quote. No relation was intended

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