By Erika Mathews

Resting Life: Jesus' Rest for the Busy or Burdened Believer

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Desiring unshakeable soul contentment? Find practical, Biblical secrets to transform daily life into the restful, radiant reality of God’s kingdom.

 

Can your busy, stressful reality truly transform into the abundant, restful reality of the kingdom of God? The Bible says yes. Through rest in Christ, your life can be fulfilled, productive, peaceful, and free to give and receive love.
But just what is Biblical rest, and how can it seamlessly fuse with your modern life?
In Resting Life: Jesus’ Rest for the Busy or Burdened Believer, Bible teacher Erika Mathews addresses this question. Discover the unification of rest with practical daily life, relationships with others, spiritual warfare, ministry, witnessing, prayer, meditation, fruitfulness, and personal abiding. Through understanding and embracing God’s rest, you too will be uplifted, challenged, encouraged, and freed to live life as He intended—within Him.
A inspirational Christian living book for all ages.

 

Read the first chapter for free here.

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“I…was truly touched by the content. As someone with health issues and a schedule that can seem hectic at times, this book was exactly what I needed! Erika Mathews just has a way with words and with explaining things that can help you really grasp God’s desire for your life. It’s obvious that she’s very knowledgeable, but at the same time explains things in a way that’s easy to grasp and sticks with you. I highly recommend this book!” ~ Goodreads reviewer

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Erika Mathews is an author and editor who lives in the farm country of Minnesota with her husband and children. She’s a homeschool graduate with a Bachelor’s in Communications, a Master’s in Biblical Ministries, and a passion for sharing Jesus Christ and His truth. When she’s not working with books, she enjoys reading, outdoor activities, piano and violin, organizing, and using the Oxford comma. You can connect with Erika at restinglife.com.

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