Messages with tag - leisure

Sun, Aug 15, 2021
Duration: 53 mins 1 sec
Sloth is not always what we think. It manifests in curious ways: inordinate busyness, restless activity, and, of course, mindless entertainment. At its root, sloth lacks love for God and the opportunities he has given; it fails to see good outcomes from our efforts. Instead, it settles into the path of least resistance, opting for leisure over hard work, willing to leach off others. Paul address this thinking in 1-2 Thessalonians. Jesus models for us a healthy call to rest, the counter-virtue, which is relational, restorative, and rhythmic.
Sun, Sep 23, 2018
Duration: 26 mins 1 sec
Leisure is not a dirty word. Properly understood, it means freedom. And God intends for us to enjoy freedom, especially freedom from the tyranny of busyness and work. This sermon recalls the Sabbath principle and celebrates the value of rest.
Sun, Jun 11, 2017
Series: Meaningless
Duration: 43 mins 51 secs
We spend too much of our lives working not to enjoy the spoils of our labor. Unfortunately, much of our work feels like toil; much of our rest devolves into leisure. We fail to delight daily in our labor because no play, low pay, and lack of personality bleed from our work its meaning. The good news is this: God works in and through us; we must learn to seize each day.
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