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The Blessing and Discipline of Rest

The Blessing and Discipline of Rest

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BY Rev. J. H. JOWETT, d.d.

"Come ye yourselves apart and rest for a while."

Mark vi. 31.
BY Rev. J. H. JOWETT, d.d.

"Come ye yourselves apart and rest for a while."

Mark vi. 31.

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Published by: GLENN DALE PEASE on Jul 30, 2013
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THE BLESSIG AD DISCIPLIE OF RESTBY Rev. J. H. JOWETT, d.d."Come ye yourselves apart and rest for a while."Mark vi. 31.And thus the Saviour Himself took time torest. He had only three years of publicministry, and yet He made time for rest.He regarded the rest as a vital element inHis service. He sought "the calm of hillsabove" in order that He might be morefitted for the comings and goings in the busyvale below. He went aside into the greenpastures so as to be braced for the next stagealong the busy road. The retirement was acordial and a restorative for body, mind,and soul. And if the Saviour of the worldfound time for the correctives of rest, surelyHis disciples must follow Him into the samerefreshing fields.John Buskin has told us that wheneverhe visited some great gallery of art, hefound, after a time, that the continual pro-7980 THE FRIED O THE ROADcession of changing colours irritated andconfused his eyes, and he lost the accuracyand sanity of his artistic discernments. Sohe carried in his pocket a tablet of neutralhue, the restful colour of the meadows, and

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