July 22, 2018

Mark 6:30-34

The apostles return and report to Jesus the details of their first mission. He recognizes their need for rest and leads them to a place where they can be alone. However, their departure in the boat is noticed, and they are met at the shore by a physically and spiritually hungry crowd.

There are times when rest is just not possible. There are times when rest is absolutely necessary. Help me to know when to rest and when to act.

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