In this sermon we learned about the importance of entering God’s rest, especially in times like this pandemic where our faith can drift. Entering rest is not a physical rest as the world describes it. Instead, God’s word promises us an eternal rest of salvation through Jesus Christ. We are to rest in God by placing our faith in the finished work on the cross, by obeying God’s precepts and by resting from our own works. We must hold onto the living word and draw near to Him in times of need. We have a great high priest who sympathizes with our humanity and understands how difficult the journey is. May we draw near to the throne of God and discover that He is active and living in the person and work of Jesus, the all sufficient provider of rest.