I was anything but still today.
What I got done today leaves me tired just thinking about it.
And as usual, a few unexpected raised their heads and tried to unravel the day.
My first reaction was to get ticked off. (Honesty before eloquence!)
My second was to confirm a correct response (as sometimes these are needed) with someone who knows about the situation.
My third was to cry out to God.
And once again, in my busyness I bungled up the order of how to deal with the unexpected.
Go to God first.
Let it all out.
Do only if He leads you to.
If you don’t get clarification, that means to wait some more.
Repeat if necessary.
These past several days I am feeling more tired than normal. I am not sensing anything serious, just a need for some more self care and time off.
After getting home from my 12 hour work day, I sat on my comfy couch and popped onto Twitter to connect with a few feeds I am always blessed by reading.
Within five minutes, the following two verses and one quote had all grabbed hold of my heart.
I am listening, God.
My New What to Do When I Don’t Know What to Do List:
Bring it all to God:
Cast all your cares on Him, for He adores you. 1 Peter 5:7
God is always with us. He will never leave us. He’s always present in the place of need, the place of pain to provide comfort and hope. @jeremycamp tweet, Jan 12/2015 3:05pm
In the middle of my longest work day, I needed to remember its okay to be be still.
To catch my breath.
To expect He is with me.
To recall how He loves me.
To claim the promise He has the best yet to come for me.
To let God battle for me where I am meant to let Him.
To remember tomorrow is a fresh slate ready for me to follow the right path when I don’t know what to do.
For tonight, I go to bed now knowing:
I slipped up.
His grace & mercy He pours
onto these uplifted hands.
2 thoughts on “its time to be still”
This came right on time 🙋
i am glad, Yvette 🙂 Thanks for dropping by!