I vowed to myself that I would always live a transparent life and that even includes my writing on this platform.  I wish I could say I have a long post this month about some great revelation that I’ve received, but that’s just not my story this time around!

I find myself sitting in the presence of God, often silent without much words.  All I can muster up to say is “God the world needs you” followed by quietness while staring at the ceiling.  For a while I felt guilty about this.  I felt like I was letting God down because I didn’t have much words to say as my heart was grieving for the world as we face this pandemic.  But then the Holy Spirit reminded me that it’s better to be silent in his presence then speaking inauthentically for show.  

In my last posts I spoke to you all about meditating on Psalms 37:7 and Isaiah 26:3. I’ve continued doing this daily.  I rather pray scripture and meditate on it until my soul is in agreement in these trying times. 

Psalm 37:5, 7: 

“Commit everything you do to the Lord. Be still in the presence of the Lord, and wait patiently for him to act.”

Isaiah 26:3

“You will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.”

Upon meditating on these scriptures, the Holy Spirit inspired me to write “A Song of Peace (Be Still)”.  It literally brought instant peace over me and I shared it with my followers on social media and many felt the same peace I did.  This is the power of the word of God!  It can bring us peace in times of adversity!

Continue to meditate on these scriptures and take a listen to the song at the end of this newsletter.  There’s even a selah moment at the end for you to rest and be still in God’s presence.  Maybe God will speak to you in the stillness. And even if you don’t hear a thing, just receive his peace as you set your mind on Him!

I love you all dearly and praying for you always!

Until next time…