Be Still

Psalm 46:10

New International Version (NIV)

10 He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth.”


This is my intention today:  Be Still!

One of the most difficult things I do is to be still.  My body might not be moving but mind is constantly searching or filled will worry and anxiety.  I know that the level of stress I put on my self  far out-weighs the actual stress in my life.

I am learning to plan my day and my time in such a way that tasks get completed and that I end the day feeling like I’ve accomplished something.

Be still!  The plan has been made.  Execute each step as it comes.

What I can, I will do. The rest will wait.

I breathe.  I sigh.  I pray.

I am still.


3 comments on “Be Still

  1. It is the “Stillness” that draws us, and slowly makes us aware.

  2. Being still goes against the mindset of modern society. However, it is so necessary! It is also a direct command from God, as you remind us here. Sounds weird, but it’s the times I am still where I accomplish the most : )

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