Be Still and Know That I Am God – The Power of Stillness

By | March 21, 2018

In scripture we are told to be still and know that I am God. Yet, truth be told, we live in a world full of busyness. Of course, there is nothing wrong with being busy in life.

However, when you can allow yourself to be still in prayer and meditation. That’s when you will begin to really tap into the power of God that is within you. What’s more, connecting to that power during the challenging times in life is well worth the effort.

It’s rather interesting really.

Be Still and Know That I Am God!

When you allow yourself to be still daily, you find yourself able to recharge throughout the day.

You begin to learn how to connect with God and realize that the presence of God is within you.

Life begins to have a flow to it. God’s power and glory is revealed throughout your life.

Living a life of contentment and joyfulness happens with ease.

No doubt about it, learning how to be still and know that the spirit of God is within you, will transform your life.

Far too many people end up feeling drained and out of sync with life simply because they don’t take the time to be still and know.

That’s why it’s so important that you spend time in prayer and meditation connecting to the stillness of God.

Truth be told, the more time you spend in the stillness, the more you will begin to understand that the kingdom of God is within you.

And the greater your understanding of God becomes. The more you will find yourself living a life full of peace and contentment.

When you can quiet your mind, more and more, you find yourself able to connect to the love of God in your heart.

Again, living a busy life isn’t necessarily bad. But, living a life empowered by God is the greatest gift this world has to offer.

And that only happens when you can be still and feel God’s presence within you in the stillness.

In the end, it’s simple really.

Do you want to spend more time with God?

Are you ready to gain a deeper understanding of God’s wisdom?

Then, no matter what, pray, meditate and gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be still and know that I am God.