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Stress & Burnout

Are you feeling stress in your life? Are you experiencing burnout? There is hope for you and me. Below are the Bible texts  from Pastor Roger Walter’s message titled Stress & Burnout. I put a link to the Bible Gateway website so you can easily look up the scriptures yourself. Just click on the Andrews Study Bible. This sermon was given at Vancouver Adventist church on Sabbath, 6 September 2014. The audio recording is here:

Stress and Burnout

Andrews Study BibleJohn 14:1

Psalms 119:143

Job 22:21

Acts 10:36

1 Corinthians 14:33

Philippians 4:9

Isaiah 40:28-31

Matthew 11:28-30

Jude 20

Oswald Chambers reading for 21 October from his book: My Utmost for His Highest

“Discipleship is built entirely on the supernatural grace of God. Walking on the water is easy to impulsive pluck, but walking on dry land as a disciple of Jesus Christ is a different thing. Peter walked on the water to go to Jesus, but he followed Him afar off on the land. We do not need the grace of God to stand crises, human nature and pride are sufficient, we can face the strain magnificently; but it does require the supernatural grace of God to live twenty-four hours in every day as a saint, to go through drudgery as a disciple, to live an ordinary, unobserved, ignored existence as a disciple of Jesus. It is inbred in us that we have to do exceptional things for God; but we have not. We have to be exceptional in the ordinary things, to be holy in mean streets, among mean people, and this is not learned in five minutes.”



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