Weary: Lacking Strength, Energy, or Freshness Because of a Need for Rest
6 responses to “Weary: Lacking Strength, Energy, or Freshness Because of a Need for Rest”
I know that both you and Kelly are taking Rad Sabbs (what I call her Radical Sabbatical), and I'm joining you. I really need to be quiet with the Lord and to process all He's been teaching me in the last couple months, culminating at the Allume Conference. So we'll all have to get together to share what God has taught us. Again, I have loved this wonderful series. THank you so much for your tenacity to do this for thirty-one days strong. And I feel so honored that you should ask me to guest-post again. Thank you Kel for who you are and for all you do!LoveLynni
Lynni- You are a dear! I look forward to some down time with the Lord…and to prepare for the upcoming year and holidays…it was a joy to share and complete the 31 Days! You are welcome to guest post anytime…thanks for agreeing.Love and prayers-Kel
Amen, and God bless it! I've just done this, and it was definitely the right thing to do. Sweet silence and solitude to you! May it not be hindered, and may you come away refreshed and renewed.
Thanks Sylvia for the encouragement …I am thankful for a fellow pilgrim like you who understands the need for rest and refreshment …blessings kel
Kel, I love your new blog photo (and the scripture for the weary.) perfect timing.
thanks Jody! I had fun taking that "selfie" as they call them while I was at the botanical gardens last week…yes that Scripture is my calling from God to write word for the weary…and now He is inviting me to take a break and to just listen in November, which is way harder so far than I expected…I miss blogging 🙂 but I know I need the break to keep going…Love and hugs-Kel
Hi! My name is Kel Rohlf. I am an intuitive mixed-media artist, creative writer and performer. Life is a performance. I often attend.
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