In the Silence, Remember




In the Silence of the house this morning I sit.
I ponder the word Silence.
As I ponder this chorus pops into my head:



Be still and know, that I am God
Be still and know, that I am God
Be still and know, that I am God

I NEED to remember those words you know?
Especially when my body seems to be fighting me.
And fears assail my soul.
In the end of it I need to remember this....

God is God.
He knows me full well.
He has my path fully marked out for me.
He knows what my future holds.

He holds me.
He calls me to trust
He calls me to listen
He calls me to act.
He calls me to remember.  

In the silence he reminds me.
To just be still.
To remember... that HE is God.

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This is a five minute Friday post. the word prompt is brought to us by Miss Kate over at Five Minute FridayWhat is Five Minute Friday?  Well it's a party of a group of like minded folks who gather on Friday to do a five minute free write around a singular word.  AND THEN (and this is the most important part) we take the time to offer up encouragement to each other on this writing journey.  It's fun, though it's not always easy, but it is always good.   Come join us won't you?  You are always welcome.
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6 comments

  1. Oh yes, we need to always remember with awe that God is our creator. It is good to be still. Have a blessed weekend! i'm your neighbor at FMF.

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    1. i hope you had a good weekend too. :)

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  2. Love that song so much!

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    1. it is a lovely quiet making song isn't it.

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  3. Beautiful song to help calm a restless time. That whole chapter of the Bible is good for times like this. May God calm you.

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