It’s when the quiet settles in after a long day that I feel my body relax. I can finally hear myself think.
If it’s naptime, I can write or work. If it’s nighttime, I can curl up with a book or cuddle up with my husband.
But those quiet moments are so few and far between. And when I find myself wishing for them in the midst of a busy day, it’s then I hear His whisper, “Quiet your heart.”
And my conscience pricks me, because what good are the quiet moments if I can’t carry their stillness throughout my day?
It might be in the quiet that I can hear myself think, but it’s in the noise that I can hear His voice the loudest.
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just beautiful! I shall ponder this. I need to “carry those quiet moments throughout the day” for sure.
I wish for quiet often too, but you’re right – it’s the attitude in our hearts that gives us quiet. “Trust only in Him…”
Oooh, that’s so true. Sometimes in the noise of life is when I turn to him the most too!
I do want to hear His voice the loudest. Thanks for the encouraging words.
“…what good are the quit moments if I can’t carry their stillness throughout my day?” Love it!! 😉