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Be Still

Be Still and Know that I am God. Psalm 46:10

 

By Connie

 

In times of confusion and uncertainty,

 

it seems like a million and one thoughts race

 

through my mind at Internet High speed.

 

Fear enters with its flaming darts

 

hitting me like a machine gun.

 

I'm afraid, Jesus. Help me.

 

I hear God whispering ever so softly,

 

ever so lovingly, ever so gently, “Be Still and Know

 

that I am God”

 

As I repeat each word slowly ever so slowly,

 

I begin to come into the presence of God.

 

Be in the now moment and experience God's presence.

 

Be Still.

 

God is asking me to be still in this moment.

 

I place all my racing thoughts and

 

fears in the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

 

Be Still and know

 

that as I step out of the boat on to unchartered waters, Jesus is

 

holding my hand each step of the way.

 

Be Still and know that I am.

 

God is the great I Am. I bow down in humble adoration to

 

the Great “I Am.”

 

He knows me intimately and loves me eternally.

 

All is well with my soul.

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Aunt Connie | Reply 15.01.2014 15.10

Hi Troy,
Thanks for our encouraging words. I believe it will yet another way to keep in contact with each other. Give everyone a big hug for me.

Troy | Reply 13.01.2014 20.10

Aunt Connie,
I have always cherished your written work and making it available in this forum is a beautiful thing.
- Troy

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13.05 | 17:40

What a beautiful story about Lenna. May she celebrate with Jesus as we engender her.God bless you, Connie. You have been a beautiful nurturing friend to me.

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09.05 | 12:28

i like to learn all about catholic doctrine and i receive and read about your reflections thank for your guidance

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20.04 | 21:24

Jill, your beautiful Catholic witness is indeed touching these little ones.

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20.04 | 11:29

Thank you, Connie. I pray every Wednesday that I can plant seeds in my R.E. students. I love them, and I want them to know Jesus. God Bless.

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