Refreshment without vacation

"My husband is under such pressure ... we've just got to get away!" "I need a rest. If I had a vacation, I could really read and study!" "Boy! When school's out, I'm not going to do anything but sleep and eat and lie around!"

Sound familiar? Vacation time should be a wonderful change of pace, an opportunity to do things we normally don't get to do. But in a world in which the pursuit of leisure and pleasure has almost become an obsession, it's well to reexamine the meaning of true rest. Are we "doctoring"—not with medicine, but with vacations?

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God's law of perpetual renewal
October 17, 1983
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