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  • Reclaim Your Life. Return to Sabbath.
  • By: Curtis Zackery
  • Narrated by: Curtis Zackery
  • Length: 8 hrs
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By: Curtis Zackery
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Summary

In the midst of a cacophony of noise, finding true soul rest is nearly impossible.

With so many responsibilities and distractions vying for our attention, too many of us have built unhealthy cycles of rest. As a result, we burn ourselves out, striving and straining against God's intent for our lives. We can only sustain a life of purpose if we learn to truly rest.

In Soul Rest, Curtis "CZ" Zackery reveals how our misaligned view of rest has its roots in an identity that is out of rhythm with God. Taking steps toward understanding the Sabbath in the way that God intends can dynamically affect every aspect of our lives. This thoughtful reflection on rest calls us to the hard work of self-examination, helping us move towards a purposeful and sustainable life with Jesus.

©2018 Curtis Zackery (P)2018 Curtis Zackery

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Off Topic?

Not what I expected from a book about the Sabbath day of rest! Seemed a bit off topic! Whilst I can understand the reasoning behind the realisation that a proper schedule of rest is mandatory for body, Spirit and soul, this book did not deliver a meaningful guide to getting there - for me at least.

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  • Saylavie
  • 27-09-21

Heartfelt

I know CZ and admire him very, very much. He wrote this from a place of sincerity and honesty. Excellent read with practical application.

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  • AFolgert
  • 08-09-20

Read Again and again

From chapter 3 -4 and forward, I’ll read again and again to remind me of the concepts and slow it down enough to to ponder. This book is thought provoking and inspirational.

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  • SNW28
  • 09-12-18

For Particular Time in Life

I had this book in my library for months. Started it, but was having trouble sinking in. Then I had a traumatic experience in my life that forced me to re-examine everything and this is the point where this book made perfect sense. Your soul has to be ready for what this book has to offer, which is simply a place to start.

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  • Ayelet
  • 01-11-18

Promisses

I listened to this book from start to finish. At the beginning it felt like it can be for all with many life provoking truths. In the middle it turned to a very Christianity promoting book with little interest for a non Christian