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Saturday, August 15 2009
 When do you rest? Fatigue in Modern Society is a book written by Paul Tournier several years ago. Dr.Tounier was a Swiss physician who practiced primarily as a psychotherapist. His small little book is interesting foreshadowing as it did modern society's tendency to go faster and faster with less and less rest. Today the average vacation in the United States is down to only eight days, the least in the industrialized countries of the world. And resting on those days is often interrupted with cellphones and emails in an attempt to make ourselves available and iindispensable. Jesus, although a tireless worker, was one of the best resters. He often took himself away from the maddening and demanding crowds to be alone with his Father and to rest and restore his spirit. I often think it is interesting and unusual to think of Jesus as God needing to get away to be with God. Almost sounds schizophrenic when you think about it until your realize he was also fully man as well as fully God and therefore subject to all the mental and physical fatigue of his daily life. Hebrews the fourth chapter talks about entering into God's rest. Sounds good to me. Six days God worked and then He rested. When do you rest?

 Helping Hearts Heal,
 Dr. Dan L. Boen
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Avalon Christian Counseling Center - Fort Wayne, Indiana
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