Why do we waste the Sabbath? Travel through time for the ways home ownership just seems to prevent us from enjoying this holy day of rest. The intention is not to preach; this is not a scholarly religious book. Rather, If God Intended the Sabbath, Why Did He Create Home Ownership? explores why this day of the week should be designated as a day of rest and introspection. Take this soul-searching, sometimes-poignant, sometimes-humorous, but always personal trip through the years. Take an insightful, prophetic, and wistful venture through the events causing lost Sabbaths. Questions are raised: why do we have to do our home projects on the Sabbath, and which aspects of home ownership rob us of this special day? Sometimes, the deed is thrust upon us, such as when the roof leaks during a stormy weekend. At times, we thrust the deed upon ourselves, such as installing outside lights or repairing a creaky floor. Delve into this book for a journey through Sabbaths lost with hope for the future where this day can be held precious.the drywall work done by Tom Everssolda#39;s Environmental Services, the house grew its own drywall defects: drywall tape separations, nail pops, ... My father gave me some nice tips on resetting the nails and screws and retaping the separated tape. ... All of these efforts ended up requiring drywall repair and touchup painting.
|Title||:||If God Intended the Sabbath, Why Did He Create Home Ownership?|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2015-02-20|