Timeout – “time for rest or recreation away from one’s usual work or studies.”



Intentional timeout allows…

your body to rest

your mind to de-clutter

your spirit to breathe


Intentional timeout allows…

noise to be minimized

relationships to be re-evaluated

priorities to be re-set


Intentional timeout allows…

goals to be re-formulated

boundaries to be re-calibrated

purpose to be re-assessed


Intentional timeout allows…

your inner ear to open

your focus to sharpen

better alignment with God’s will


Take some intentional time out 



“Then Jesus said, “Let’s go off by ourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile.” He said this because there were so many people coming and going that Jesus and his apostles didn’t even have time to eat.”

(MARK 6:31 – NLT)


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  1. I had bring myself out on Goodman’s to walk in the water this morning. My body will appreciate afterwards. Thank you for the intentionality of this word. God Bless you & yours

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  2. Thanks Kim. This could not have come at a better time.

    Enjoy your holiday and God bless.


  3. Hi Julie….I’m sure your body did appreciate that intentional timeout…:)…I’m happy that the Word was on point for you….God is good….\0/…blessings to you and yours also.

  4. Hi Aunt Velda…you’re welcome!….it’s your Father showing you once again that He has your back….\0/…peace & blessings and enjoy your holiday as well.

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