Be still…


Be still…

And knew that “I AM that I AM” is God!

It is the quiet spaces, those pauses in between the notes of music, that in fact make the music.

Likewise it is by God’s design that we have quiet spaces in our life, in between all the humdrum activity, distractions and white noise, places where we can enter into and have communion and connection with God, that we may become God’s music and be in sync with heaven.

Let us “Be still,” and find the time to be quiet in God’s presence and cease from all frantic activity!

For God’s people being “still” would also involve looking to the Lord for their help, to be their “Strong Tower” and their Source, particularly in battle (see Exodus 14:13); and for God’s enemies, being “still” would mean ceasing to fight a battle they cannot win.

“Know that I Am God,” to “Know” in this instance means “to properly ascertain by seeing” and “acknowledge, be aware.”

How does acknowledging God impact our stillness?

We know that He is omniscient (all-knowing), omnipresent (present everywhere), omnipotent (all-powerful), holy, sovereign, faithful, infinite, and good.

Acknowledging God implies that we can trust Him and surrender to His plan because we understand who He is; He is our Abba-Father, our “All in All!”

Come join the Adventure!

Jesus Christ, God’s Son, Savior

Ps 150:6
Let everything that has breath praise the LORD!

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This is an open forum where we look into and investigate the Rhema Mysteries of God's Word; and also other issues of importance for our day and time.

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