God established the Sabbath as a day of rest or “ceasing” from labor and works, and there is a message in this!

Many use this as a day of worship, generally on the “seventh day” or Saturday, while some Christians refer to it as Sunday. However, the Sabbath was not implemented as a day of worship but as a day of rest and for a specific reason.

The purpose of the Sabbath was to point to the finished work of Christ and the fact that believers in Christ no longer have to work, toil, or labor under the Mosaic Law in efforts to make themselves right with God. Christ makes us right with God, therefore we “cease” to work and labor under the law trying to become right with God, this is why He and He alone is our Sabbath.

Peace!

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Our family loves hot sauce, and our oldest has been eating hot sauce since before he was one years old lol.

Well, we figured it would be cool to try some of the different hot sauces we come across on camera to share with you all.

In this one we tried 3 different hot sauces, Pain is Good’s Reaper-Acha, Torchy’s Diablo, and Carolina Reaper Wing sauce.

Two of them were made with Reaper pepper, one with Habanero, if you know anything about peppers then you know to expect some heat.

One of these was super hot….see which one we thought was the hottest.

Let us know of any you think we should try!

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We took Samson Leonidas aka Sami to get groomed recently. This was our first time taking him so we didn’t know all of the particulars.

We wanted his hair shorter, but wanted to keep his beard/face fuzzy…a “snouzer” cut was suggested and that’s what we went with.

Well…they definitely delivered on the proper cut, but we were not a fan of the look on Sami lol.

So we will either be tweaking the cut next time…or…most likely, I will buy some clippers and learn how to groom him myself.

No matter what though, he’s still our awesome Sami! On another note…I think he likes having less hair, he can zip around the house  a lot faster lol!

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