First Baptist Blowing Rock

"Give Me a Break" Sermon on dealing with Exhaustion

July 26, 2021 Rusty Guenther
First Baptist Blowing Rock
"Give Me a Break" Sermon on dealing with Exhaustion
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First Baptist Blowing Rock
"Give Me a Break" Sermon on dealing with Exhaustion
Jul 26, 2021
Rusty Guenther

Everyone deals with exhaustion of one kind or another; mental, physical, emotional and even spiritual. But what we fail to realize is that when we become exhausted or weary in one area it can dramatically affect one of the other areas. In those seasons what was once weariness can become "burnout" and then rapidly move to "breakdown" with lasting consequences. While much is written about dealing with and overcoming emotional, physical and mental exhaustion; many Christians fail to realize that spiritual exhaustion is a very real thing and can have a lasting impact on your prayer and devotional life, your worship, your service and ministry and even on your intimate relationship with God. Join us as we examine the Apostle Paul's warning to the churches in Galatia about overcoming spiritual exhaustion and how it relates to our own personal journeys. From Galatians 6: 9-10

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Everyone deals with exhaustion of one kind or another; mental, physical, emotional and even spiritual. But what we fail to realize is that when we become exhausted or weary in one area it can dramatically affect one of the other areas. In those seasons what was once weariness can become "burnout" and then rapidly move to "breakdown" with lasting consequences. While much is written about dealing with and overcoming emotional, physical and mental exhaustion; many Christians fail to realize that spiritual exhaustion is a very real thing and can have a lasting impact on your prayer and devotional life, your worship, your service and ministry and even on your intimate relationship with God. Join us as we examine the Apostle Paul's warning to the churches in Galatia about overcoming spiritual exhaustion and how it relates to our own personal journeys. From Galatians 6: 9-10