“In a silent time with God, I know God’s tender touch.”
Entering into a silent time with God means turning away from outer activity, taking a deep breath, and fully relaxing into a state of calmness.
In silence, I go beyond quiet repose. I am ushered into a place of inner stillness where I commune with God. In this place of stillness and communion, I know the tender touch of God, which fills my body and stills my mind. I feel the warm glow of God’s love rising gently within – soothing and healing my body, mind, and emotions. I know and understand God’s unconditional love for me.
In silence with God, I remember who I am. I am filled with the peace that passes all understanding. From this place, I return to my daily living and savor the fullness of my life.
“Be quiet, for this day is holy; do not be grieved.”
- Nehemiah 8:11
(From : 'Daily Word' by Colleen Zuck)
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