Be Still


Those of you who follow me will know that I’ve been under par recently and have taken a little break away from blogging. You know when sometimes things just get thrown into your path that you can only interpret and being there to give you a hand? Well, I was sent this video today and let’s just say, it helped.

I hope you get something from this too. It’s amazing.

 

 

 

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  1. This song reminds me of Psalm 46:10, “Be still, and know that I am God.” This Scripture have helped me a lot during my path through the valleys.

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  2. Due to ‘ not the best kind of internet’ connection I could not hear the music and the picture could have been better but i got the jist and it is so true that if we give up problrms to the Lord..He deals with them ..just like calming troubled waters.

    take care my friend

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  3. How wonderful that just when a person is looking for something, a friend has already found it. And shared. Thank you! I just wrote a post a bout needing a break, before one is forced on me without my approval. I’ have been needing to hear these words exact, they speak to me in ways none other have of late.

    I pray that you’re feeling better, that you were never feeling alone. It’s good to have your blog ame back in my email alerts.

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    1. I believe that when things like that happen it is God speaking to us. He uses our friends to speak because sometimes we get so far down the tunnel of our own despair and misery that He has to send someone in to help us see the way back out again. I have had another rotten day today but I think that it’s the type of rottenness that signals the bottom and things can only get better! I struggle with physical ill-health but it’s when it gets to the mental ill-health that I feel like the wheels are coming off. Recently it’s been a toss-up which one has been the worst, but today it’s definitely physical that wins that battle!! I do feel stronger mentally so I’m better able to cope with the physical stuff. I can’t thank you enough for your thoughts and prayers. I used to think that when people said they are sending their prayers it was all just empty promises, but I am absolutely astounded and totally bowled over by the power of those prayers recently. God bless you xx

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      1. Isn’t it amazing how He works His gifts of Holy Love into our lives?

        I’m sorry that your body is kicking you too hard right now. I so know what you mean about the struggle between physical-ill-health and mental-ill health. I appreciate the way you worded this.

        One of the most loving things I have found about most bloggers is their unconditional support and care they have for one another. It’s amazing to me that so many of us have been able to come together through a simple thing like a blog. I was resistant at first to sharing here, now so grateful for God’s loving and guiding hand.
        Sometimes my mind and heart are not quiet enough to hear the Words Spoken in His Loving ways. Knowing that like minded sisters are listening even when I am not able means more to me than I could ever share. Having friends like you who are sincere and honest are gifts that God has spread amongst us so that we’ll hold one another up when the days are trying and miserable.

        I promise to help hold you up on days like his one was, all you have to do is just call my name. I’m a friend who does care, I am not just pretending to.
        Find me and share with me. I promise on all that Holy to do the same. Friends who know what physical and mental health care issues are like are friends not be taken lightly. My prayers are real, honest and sincere.

        I just needed you to know this today.!

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      2. Thank you so much for your kind words. You have truly humbled me, and I am really pleased to know you as my friend.

        You’re right. God has placed us in each other’s lives for times like these, and who needs to know each other in “real” life to know that friendship is “real”? Like you, I was dubious about blogging at first but I can quite honestly say that without it in the bast 2 years my life would have been totally different. Initially it was a mechanism to keep me going day by day as I struggled with the initial stages of adjusting to my new life after I became ill. As it has gone on it has matured and developed into something much more and my life truly is enriched by the people I’ve met through it and the kind words and prayers we have shared with each other.

        I’m so glad you contacted me today, you have given me a much needed lift and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

        Much love 🙂

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