Though they stumble, they will never fall, for the Lord holds them by the hand. ~Psalm 37:24
And these tools for help,
Note To Self – Daily Reminders For The Broken-Hearted: http://notetoselfdailyremindersforthebrokenhearted.wordpress.com/
Mundane Faithfulness: http://www.mundanefaithfulness.com/
MaryAnne Morgan’s Blog: http://http://www.maryannemorganblog.com/tag/grief
Thank you for attending…
The Desert Mothers and Father called silence “hesychia” which means inner quiet, rest, and stillness. Silence helped them with discernment and to hear God. We let go of all the external and internal chatter to draw near the whisper of God and discover the space between words. In practicing silence I am learning to be more selective in my words and often choosing not to speak just to make my opinion known. Silnce helps us to intentionally create a space to surrender to the unknown and to hear what another Voice has to say. ~Jean Wise in this post
John Climacus wrote, that Stillness of the soul is “accurate knowledge and management of one’s thoughts” (The Ladder of Divine Ascent, page 269). Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church admonishes them to take captive every thought 2 Corinthians 10:5. Joyce Meyer reminds us to take our thoughts captive back to Jesus instead of the “to-do list” myriad of distractions.
Hesychia is a new word for me. It is a Blessing word, to be sure!
Due to scheduling limitations, for me, this weekend, Hesychia will be represented by a locked door in my house. Whether your preference is to go and seek it out or abide where you are and draw it in, may you embrace the godly rest of Hesychia this weekend.
Joining with Knitting With Heart to remember our veterans.
Today’s feature is Remembrance Day…
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
Lest We Forget the Sacrifice of War <3
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Jean Wise at the Healthy Spirituality blog remind us that November is National Gratitude Month.
“…practicing gratitude helps us turn our heart outward, focusing on God and his gifts. We find hope, light and strength in gratitude.” ~ Jean Wise
This weekend, how about playing a gratitude version of “I Spy” this weekend!
“I spy with my gratitude eye ______________”(someone or something for which to be grateful).
**Use #NationalGratitudeMonth to post gratitude lists and links on social media
**Participate the in the Global Gratitude Challenge (anyone can join at any time)
**Consider creating a Gratitude Jar
**Take a look at the post on gratitude and these gratitude quotes
The answer is in
“…because of the truth…”
(2 John 2:2)
And what is the Truth?
that Christ died for our sins, as written in the Scriptures; 4 that he was buried and that He was raised to life three days later, as written in the Scriptures… ~1 Corinthians 15:3-4
That Christ died.
He was raised.
And Grace Wins!