The Silence of Peace

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He lets me rest in green meadows;

he leads me beside peaceful streams.

(Psalm 23:2 NLT)

 

In our world today, there is a greater “rumble” of busyness than ever before. We tend to hurry here and scurry there, somehow trying to win an imaginary race that takes place between sunrise and sunset. Many scurry on into the night.

If we would only stop this endless motion and take back our lives. If we would only find a quiet place beside a small brook, even if it’s only in our minds; listen to the calming silence and hear the beating of our heart…finding peace.

I pray for you, a peaceful weekend.

Shalom!

 

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6 thoughts on “The Silence of Peace

  1. Great idea!

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  2. Love this lone: We tend to hurry here and scurry there, somehow trying to win an imaginary race that takes place between sunrise and sunset.
    So true. I want to go back to the easy days before voicemail, where you figured 8 rings on the telephone and the person you are calling is not home. Mental note to try back later.

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  3. Have a Blessed weekend and thanks for visiting my blog!

    Sherline 😀

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  4. God’s blessings to you both! Stay warm.

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  5. “and also with you” as we would say in the Catholic Church
    I no longer scurry….more like walk deliberately!

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  6. Shalom, my friend. May His peace surround you always.

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