I've been thinking about this verse for a couple of days. It seems so appropriate for my life right now.
This phrase could mean a few things. In the old days, it meant to be silent--clam up--shut up. A more contemporary person might understand it to mean-- stop moving-- halt. It could mean both things simultaneously.
But my heart of heart senses that it means so much more. In the depth of my spirit I know that this is an admonishment to still my body, my mouth, my mind and my heart. To live quietly and confidently.
Being still allows us to really "know that He is God." And when we know that He is God, we won't have to act like we are God; which has caused me a
Enough of the frantic, frenetic, frenzy.
It's time to be still. To rest. To know.
|A still life.|