“Be Still and Know that I Am God” Psalm 46:10
Perhaps the invitation here is to infuse your daily tasks with moments of silence. Cease to DO & simply BE so that the divine spark that is ignited by intimacy with God can override the antics of your mind which is fueled by unbridled ambitions and the need to analyze, interpret and conclude…wow, just writing those 3 words is an energy leak.
How about this week you begin and end your day simply sitting in silence as you express the simple longing of the young boy Samuel: “Speak Lord, your servant is listening.”
Sit for 5-10 minutes in stillness morning & evening and expand 1 minute each day. Then infuse your day with shorter moments of stillness before God: take 2 minute silent breaks from the mind and lean into God. Watch and observe yourself do life after these mind breaks and notice how inner peace, confidence and kindness begin to have its way within your responses to life.
Next week I will expand on this practice exploring the methodology around hearing the voice of God.
Dear God, may I be quick to hear and slow to speak as I integrate moments of silence and observation of your presence in all aspects of my life.
Because of His Love,