We are taught from a young age that the 4th commandment reminds us to observe the Sabbath and to keep it Holy.
To most of us however the Sabbath is a day of rest but in Sabbath, his latest book, Dan B.Allender tells us how he sees this day as much more.
Let's face it, during these busy times it is more likely to be a day to catch up with chores and homework or even just another day of work.
In this, the 3rd book in the Ancient Practices Series, the Author attempts to describe the Sabbath but whilst his writing is eloquent and flowing, he failed to back up his ideas with true scriptures.
An interesting book, even informative at times taking in account the theological and biblical foundations described for the observance of the Sabbath, yet I was left wanting to know more.
Overall, the book seemed to be mostly about Allender's own ideas about the Sabbath and little else.
Still, anyone looking for ideas and directions about the Sabbath will find it perhaps interesting.
I could only give it 3 1/2 stars regretfully.
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