Six months in Iran and eighteen months in Israel, where all activity stops on every seventh day, began Lynne M. Baab's twenty-five-year embrace a rhythm of rest - as a stay-at-home mom, as a professional writer working out of her home, as a student and as a vocational minister of the gospel. With collected insights from Christian history and sabbath keepers of all ages and backgrounds, Sabbath Keeping offers a practical and hopeful guidebook for all of us to slow down and enjoy our relationship with the God of the universe.
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Review 1 for Sabbath Keeping: Finding Freedom in the Rhythms of Rest
Date:December 4, 2009
This book was a real easy read. It was very encouraging and gave a lot of practical ideas on how to keep a sabbath day if you choose to. The approach was very story oriented and not legalistic. If you are thinking of keeping a sabbath, I would recomend this, along with other viewpoints to help you.
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Review 2 for Sabbath Keeping: Finding Freedom in the Rhythms of Rest
Date:February 1, 2006
Usually, the books about Sabbath are written from an academia perspective. In this book, Lynne Baab did a great job in giving her "testimony" on what God taught her about the Sabbath. Personal and practical, yet deep and grounded in scripture. Reading this book was a "shabat" experience. :)