The Act of Silence (part2)

Silence is very fragile. Speaking a word can shatter the silence and take us out of His presence. Take heart, our God loves tenacity in His children. Silence is a place within your spirit you are building. The construction of silence in your inner man takes time to build. On this building site the inner room takes a lot of construction material, integrity, honesty, love and forgiveness. Even while the room is coming together a sense of peace fills this inner sanctuary. All of this would not be possible without a key ingredient,”welcome,” which is needed in every phase of life and its preparation. Well, my guest has been waiting a long time for this room, and since I’ve given my life to Him, all I can say is, “Thank you Holy Spirit for waiting, and welcome to your room I’ve tried to prepare for you. Any changes in this room that you see need cleaning to make it better, I yield to your wisdom.” Have you made a room for Him? If not, He is willing to help you for after all, He is a master carpenter. Be Blessed as you yield to Him.


The Act of Silence

Thee are several ways we try to show our love and devotion to the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. Some worry about praying to God, or should I pray to Jesus or the Holy Spirit. Pray as the Holy Spirit leads you, they are not offended in any way, for all three are equal, even as your prayer, song or testimony, to show love and devotion, because all of  these are the same. Now there is another and very important way to be with God, and that is through silence. What do I mean? Well, in today’s society, a lot of people say, silence is a waste and you have to be busy. Some business is good, but the devil will also use being busy to keep people from getting close to God.

   Silence has motion, and when we move into silence to draw near to God, it becomes an active action. Waiting in silence can and will sift out weakness and can produce a strength and an inner awareness of God moving in our lives, which brings a peace that only comes from God. Listen to silence, go ahead and embrace it, with practice, in the quiet moment of time, out of the deep, when God is ready, He may give you a word. Be Blessed and Remain a Blessing