I will not be blogging this next week.  Time for a break, for rejuvenation, for refreshment in the Lord.

Christians do not work, in order to play.  Christians play, in order to work.  Most of life is work, which is good.  But not all of life.  Now it is time, for me, to play.  In order to work better.  For His sake.

Back on the 29th.  God be with you.

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  1. Flyaway says:

    I notice that when I take a nap, or when I’m just waking up in the morning, as I’m praying, ideas for solutions to problems will surface. Relaxation is helpful in many way. Have a good break!

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Ray Ortlund


Ray Ortlund is senior pastor of Immanuel Church in Nashville, Tennessee, and serves as a Council member with The Gospel Coalition. You can follow him on Twitter.

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