A Month of Sundays at Reformation Heritage Books

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned discovering that my soon-to-be-released A Month of Sundays: 31 Meditations on Resting in God is now up on the website of Reformation Heritage Books. Copying those links for this post, I made another discovery. The rolling ads at the top of RHB’s homepage feature Little One Lost: Living with Early Infant Loss.

RHB is selling Little One Lost for only $8 and offering A Month of Sundays for only $7.50!

A Month of Sundays begins with God’s creation ordinance for weekly rest and shows how we are to rest every day by trusting in God’s sovereignty and obeying his statutes. It meditates on selected passages throughout Scripture, ending with a look at the believer’s glorious future of rest.

The RHB website features this product description:

In today’s hectic and distressing world, demands and distractions agitate our spirits. Disasters trigger anxiety. Diseases generate pain. Despair creeps into our hearts. These influences displace our peace and keep us from resting daily in Christ and His Word. How can we recapture the concept of daily rest?

In A Month of Sundays: 31 Devotions for Daily Rest, author Glenda Mathes encourages us to pause our spinning thoughts and calm our fluctuating feelings as she helps us to see that we must be true Sabbath keepers, understanding that God has called us to develop daily the attitudes of worship and rest we enjoy on Sunday. With a recommended Scripture reading, a focus verse (or verses), a meditation, and questions aimed at stimulating personal reflection, each devotion guides us to experience a “month of Sundays,” as we experience a greater enjoyment of God’s gift of daily rest while we anticipate His guarantee of eternal rest.

From the book’s introduction:

The concept of rest permeates the Bible from creation to consummation. After God created and named the different aspects of our universe in six days, He rested. When Christ returns to complete His kingdom, all believers will enjoy perfect rest. Between these two great bookends of history, God calls us to rest in Him every day.

In today’s hectic and distressing world, we need to recapture the concept of daily rest. Demands and distractions agitate our spirits. Disasters trigger anxiety. Diseases generate pain. Despair creeps into our hearts. These influences displace our peace and pull us from resting in God and His Word. The reflections in A Month of Sundays: 31 Meditations on Resting in God pause our spinning thoughts and calm our fluctuating feelings.

A Month of Sundays contains these 31 meditations:

1. God Rested

2. Covenantal Consolation

3. Ten Comforts

4. Good Courage

5. Redeeming Love

6. Golden Rest

7. Greater Allies

8. Restful Peace

9. Longing Eyes

10. Be Still

11. Dwelling Place

12. Lifted Eyes

13. Quiet Soul

14. Revived Spirit

15. Trusting Heart

16. Fear Not

17. Light Yoke

18. Impossible Realities

19. Banished Anxiety

20. Untroubled Heart

21. Good Cheer

22. No Condemnation

23. Sufficient Grace

24. Our Peace

25. Constant Contentment

26. God’s Peace

27. Sound Mind

28. Enter Rest

29. Never Leave

30. Eternal Glory

31. Rightful Rest

Head over to the Reformation Heritage Books website and check out the listing for A Month of Sundays! While you’re there, you may want to click on the “more details” button of the Little One Lost scrolling ad.

Little One Lost helps those grieving the loss of an infant through miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death as well as those who seek to minister to them. But it also helps anyone better understand such losses and the pain of infertility. Much of the discussion about grief can be applied to any loss.

At $8 for Little One Lost and $7.50 for A Month of Sundays, you can’t beat RHB’s prices! Spread the word. Tell your friends. Support starving artists. But most importantly, promote Christ’s kingdom.

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