Please Be Quiet

Please Be Quiet

The Lord is whispering to me, to please be quiet. Not in a rude way, in a loving way.

To quiet my spirit, to turn off the TV, and my thoughts if it’s possible (which I know it can be with his help). This is my biggest hurdle and I am sure there are so many that can relate.

After reading some of the posts from comeawaymylove.wordpress.com/ I realized that God was really speaking to my spirit.

He had been giving me small hints, a church sign I pass every morning read- When talking about God, talk less, and say more. I knew that was to me, but I didn’t heed. Although it was still on my mind. There were a few other small signs.

I am going to work on smoothing my edges, and talk less, and love more, and accept those for exactly where they are at, just like Jesus did.

I want to learn to quiet my spirit and hear HIS every whisper, so that I do not miss anything HE might have for me.

We are a work in progress– The LORD will fulfill his purpose for me;
your love, O LORD, endures forever—
do not abandon the works of your hands.
(Psalm 138:8)

How comforting and empowering to know that if we are passionately pursuing God’s purposes, God has passionately committed himself to fulfilling his purposes in us. No matter what things may look like—horrible circumstances and hateful people notwithstanding (Psalm 138:7)—God will never abandon the work that he has lovingly and painstakingly invested in us, and he will ultimately bring that work to perfect completion. (www.raynoah.com)

Let’s find comfort together in the fact that whatever are individual shortcomings are that we have developed in our character, The Lord that made us, will perfect us! Amen and How good is our God!

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6 thoughts on “Please Be Quiet

  1. Yes, many treat life as thought they were bloggers, needing to answer every comment 🙂 ! And Jesus always heard the message despite the words people used to speak to Him. May we do more of that and less “Worldly Wiseman” chatter.

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