Hebrew 4:9-11

Jan 07, 2022

“So there is a special rest 

Still waiting for the people of God.

For all who have entered into God’s rest

Have rested from their labors,

Just as God did after creating the world.

So let us do our best to enter that rest. 

But if we disobey God,

As the people of Israel did,

We will fall.”

 

Rest is interesting. 

We definitely do not partake in it enough. 

There is even a shameful feeling attached to rest. 

“Rest when you’re dead.”

 

Or we try and do our own version of resting 

Which ends up being more exhausting than

Not resting would have been. 

 

Rest has been around since the creation of the world.

The creator himself rested. 

He took an entire day and rested. 

 

In the past, and even now, 

Rest is separated from faith. 

But realize that it takes faith to fully rest. 

Why?

Because Jesus is our rest. 

Full capacity, reset, rest!

 

Hebrews 4:3

“For those of us who believe, 

Faith activates the promise 

And we experience the realm 

Of confident rest!”

 

It take faith. 

The people in the exodus generation 

Never got to fully experience God’s rest

Because of their unbelief and disobedience. 

God took his rest away from them. 

 

God later speaks the we now, today,

Can experience his rest. 

It is through king David that 

The confident, faith filled rest is delivered. 

 

Who came through David?

Jesus. 

 

He is our way to rest. 

Full faith in the good news that 

Jesus died so that we can have it all. 

Full faith. 

 

Today you can experience confident rest. 

Rest in Jesus and experience the peace of God 

Rush over your life. 

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