On the seventh day God finished his work of creation, so he rested. But why did an all-sufficient God need rest? What kind of rest is this—and what is the truth about the rest Jesus is inviting us into?
Join Rick as he continues a series exploring the foundational truths connected to Jesus and his mission in our lives. Let’s explore Hebrews 4, and Jesus’ promise of rest in Matthew 11, and embrace the true “rest” we all so desperately need.
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