As Christians, we all know about the 10 Commandments found in Exodus 20.
The famous Thou shalts and Thou shalt-nots.
Love God and serve Him only.
Don't kill people.
Don't take God's name in vain.
For me, when I'm reading this list I agree with them all. They make sense to me.
But...the one that seems a little strange to my American, 21st Century mind is this one:
"Remember the Sabbath day by making it holy." - Exodus 20:8
Maybe you've thought this before: Jewish people were to keep the Sabbath day, but as Christian, should I? What does look like or mean for me?
For practicing Jews, Sabbath is observed on a weekly basis and is to be celebrated as a time of rest and remembrance. It begins on Friday evening at sundown and ends Saturday evening with the appearance of three stars in the night...
The term "Radical Margin" is something that I came across from an online mentor of mine named Michael Hyatt. (If you don't know who he is check out his stuff- great human and helps entrepreneurs like me with online coaching).
Here is one of the quotes from him that made me want to share some of these ideas with you today.
“(I want to help you be) truly living the next 12 months, and not merely reliving the same year over again!”
Think about that.
"Not merely reliving the same year"
How does that strike you?
I know for me, it hits me hard.
The longer I live, the more I realize how much time I waste. I realize that I rush through life and miss out on truly living most of my days in a meaningful way.
How about you?
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