Author John Andrews challenges us to look at our lives in the light of Adam and Eve's first day on the planet. Although Sabbath was day 7 for God in terms of creation, it was day 1 for newly created humanity. Before God asked Adam and Eve to DO anything, He invited them simply to BE - to enjoy and understand the power of rest. Sabbath teaches us the principle of working out of a place of rest in God, not simply resting from work. At its heart are three vital truths: 1. Worship - which is God-centred. 2. Worth - we are beings, not do-ings. 3. Work - we work out of a proper understanding of our purpose through a clear insight into our value before God. The principles contained within the concept of Sabbath are not simply intended as a once-per-week experience. Rather, they express a lifestyle that should shape our whole experience of walking with and trusting God.