God is Inviting You to Be Still and Wait


I confess that patience is not my strong suit. But I am learning that there are times for me to do and times for me to be still. And as much as I want to put my hands on the situation in front of me, I am sensing Your beautiful invitation to be still and rest. Ultimately I trust that You are sovereign and in complete control. 

So Lord, I place my trust and my concerns in Your capable, loving, powerful hands, and I allow my heart to be still. I will breathe in Your peace. And I will rest in You and wait for You. Thank you for filling me with Your peaceful presence as I wait in stillness. In the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.


Melissa Henderson said...


Nina Ruth Bruno said...

Thank you! You have no idea what confirmation and refreshment you have brought to my soul. Before covid-19. Before George Floyd. The Lord had already told me that he was bringing me into a season of rest and quietness. That it didn't matter what else was going on around me, this was not my time to do or speak. But if I stay in the quietness with him, and take his yoke upon me and learn of him, how Jesus is meek and lowly in heart, I would find rest for my soul there. That this is a season of preparation for me. But then covid-19 happened and George Floyd happened and in all of the clamor of voices around me, I have felt guilty for not joining in the fray.

Thank you for bringing such peace to my heart right now. Reminding me that I am exactly where I am meant to be, that I will never regret finishing out this season with the Lord, and that I can quietly wait.

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