Series 7: Rahab

The need to pause, rest and focus

In Series 7 we look at the importance of allowing lulls in between major events. We will see why you need to hear from God and take strategic decisions before you make major moves.

I'm certain that the best time of the day is dawn and dusk. When the day clouds are smilingly creeping back or reluctantly withdrawing. The sun is shyingly creeping in or fully shutting off. And dogs and humans are moving shadows. It is a lulling time and yet invigorating.
FOCUS on one thing at a time. This means that multitasking is bad. Yes, say it again. 'Multitasking is bad'. Slowly this time. In a whisper, almost. Now scream it! Loud! Fast! ‘Multitasking is bad!’
As if nights, and a day out of the week are not enough, He called for Sabbath years. Every seventh year, take a year of rest. Then He called for the Jubilee year. After seven times of seven years adding up to 49 years, the 50th year is a year of Jubilee. A year not just for physical rest, but emotional rest, financial rest, and utter rest.
Piram was not sure what was irking him more. The questions of the woman in his arms, or the grave danger lurking behind the wall. For one who made money selling her body, she had found a way of doing so in style. Only persons of repute were allowed into Rahab’s rooms