God and our stillness

 

  • God leads when we are still.
  • God shows us things when we are still.
  • God speaks when we are still.

When we hear the voice of God we will not be worried by the noise of circumstances, the noise of the devil or by the noise of men.

Once you hear the voice of God, the noise of the enemy will no longer have a say in your life. It is those who have not met with God that are scared by men.

Peter began to sink when he chose to heed the noise of the wind and waves rather than the voice of the Master that had told him to come.  As long as Peter drowned out the noises of the winds and the waves, he did the impossible and walked on the water.  The moment he heeded the noises of the winds and the waves, he began to drown.

Drown out all the other noises or they will drown you.

Shut the noise down! Nothing will give you stability towards your destiny like the voice of God.

“It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the LORD,”   Lamentations 3:26.

Amen!

 

~ Mary Lindow ©

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Mary Lindow imageMary Lindow has a passion for encouraging others in all generations and careers or vocations to live and express excellence through personal integrity, healthy accountability, and wise management of talents and skills. She is a sought after keynote inspirational and humorous speaker and teacher throughout the United States internationally in Ministers conferences, International Spiritual leaders Conferences, and in National and International training seminars for various organizations.

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  1. “Once you hear the voice of God, the noise of the enemy will no longer have a say in your life.”
    Amen and Amen!
    And when the devil recognizes that the believer has came to this understanding then the devil will flee!