Be still and know God…

GOD is our refuge, our strength, and He is our Source in every area of life…

God is always with us because that is His promise to every born-again believer, of everyone who loves Him and is called according to His purpose; but sometimes we have to still our mind and calm our spirit, tuning out all the white noise of life and it’s distractions, and there be still that we may hear what God may be speaking to us in the moment (see Psalm 46:10).

“God speaks to every individual through what happens to them moment by moment.”

(The Sacrement of the Present Moment, by Jean-Pierre De Calissade 1675 -1751)


December 21
God Calling
by Two Listeners


“And he said unto him, Well, thou good servant: because thou hast been faithful in a very little, have thou authority over ten cities.”
— Luke 19:17

Children, take every moment as of My planning and ordering.

Remember your Master is the Lord of the day’s little happenings. In all the small things yield to My gentle pressure on your arm.

Stay or go, as that pressure, Love’s pressure, indicates.

The Lord of the moments, Creator of the snowdrop and the mighty oak.

More tender with the snowdrop than the oak. And when things do not fall out according to your plan, then smile at Me indulgently, a smile of Love, and say, as you would to a human loved one,

“Have Your way then” —
knowing that My loving response will be to make that way as easy for your feet as it can be.

Now unto Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, and to make you stand in the presence of His glory blameless with great joy, to the only God our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion and authority, before all time and now and forever. Amen. Jude

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Nothing else will satisfy in life…

The secret to enjoyment and fulfillment in life is putting GOD first…

Monday, Dec 21
The Winning Walk


St. Augustine asked his followers if they really loved God.

“Do you love Him with all your heart, soul, mind and strength?” he asked.

Then he told a story as a way to discover the answer.

Suppose God came to a man and said, “The world and all that is in it is yours. I will give you perfect health.

Whatever your heart desires is yours. I will even do away with sin and death and enable you to live forever.”

Sounds good, doesn’t it? The whole world at your disposal-no sin, eternal life?

Too good, perhaps. “There is only one thing you will not have,” God would say in this imaginary exchange.

“You will never see My face. The choice is yours. I will respect your wish.”

Augustine said if there were a quiver in a person’s heart at the words

“you will never see My face,”

it is quite possible that he might really love God.

If a man decided to turn away from all that the world could offer for the joy of seeing God’s face, his love might be true. Sounds like a pretty good test to me!

The only satisfaction to be found in this life is found in the love of God.

We can choose Him through His Son Jesus Christ and know Him as we are known.

Only then does satisfaction come-but then, it comes from everywhere. Because when the soul is satisfied, all the other things in life may be enjoyed for what they are: gifts from a God who is unchanging and good, and whose love endures forever.

Memory Verse

You shall love the Lord Your God with all you heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.

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