I like you. You take the big problems of the day, fold them during the night, and show me them in the morning as they actually are: insignificant. You fortify me from germs, saving me from sickness. You protect me from stress. You wrap me in perspective. You restore me.
In January I collected this quote from Julie Ackerman —
What God accomplishes in our bodies while we drift off to dreamland is nothing short of miraculous. While we do nothing, God replenishes our energy, rebuilds and restores our cells, and reorganizes information in our brains.
I’m sometimes tempted to believe the work I do while I’m awake is more important than the work God does while I sleep. but refusing God’s gift of sleep is like telling Him that my work is more important than His.
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