“As God’s fellow-workers we also urge you not to receive his grace and then do nothing with it. For he says, “At the acceptable time I heard you; in the day of salvation, I helped you.” - 2 Corinthians 6:1-2, CJB
I’ve noticed for a while now how Covid-19 has changed how we as believers view being in community. Many congregations would have fellowship after services. People would get together and talk about the (drash) sermon or talk about their week and Yeshua in it. It’s even been reported that when congregations closed down due to COVID-19, many of them went to online services. Some would watch live, some would wait until later, because they saw the opportunity to spend the day elsewhere. I have even heard from several leaders that when congregations reopened, some came back, but some stayed with their new routines. Some of the ones that have come back, can’t seem to get out quick enough, so they can get on with their day, as if being there is an imposition; “I can’t give you all my time, I need to go have fun.”
Adonai gives us all the time we need. He loves us unconditionally. He gave us his Son that we may have everlasting life. He’s given us grace and we’ve laid it by the wayside. Shabbat is a day of resting in him; it’s a day devoted to him.
Let’s go back to making Shabbat about him and not about us.
Be a Blessing and Be Blessed!
Monday Morning Inspirational
By Rebbitzen Kathleen Rantz
February 15, 2021 | 3rd of Adar, 5781
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