Here is a new song to help give you some word pictures for stillness. When our silent time is focused on the Lord, He restores our soul through resting in Him. The fruit is joyous worship.
Place Of Stillness
I come into the place of stillness to find my rest in You. Removing every weight of care I bow in adoration. I set my gaze on You. I behold You beholding me. O the wonder of such love, redeeming love for eternity.
You draw me to Yourself to whisper words of hope. You fill me with Your fullness, until Your glory fills my soul. My heart is Yours. I sing and dance before You. No cares from this earth intrude, in my worship of You Who is worthy.
Be glorified. Be high and lifted up as I sing the victorious song of faith. Thank You for including me, when You died on Calvary. You forgave my sins, past, present, and future, to bring me to Yourself in intimacy.
Stillness, quietness, rest~restoration, rejuvenation, worship. Isaiah 32:17 says, “The work of righteousness will be peace, and the effect of righteousness, quietness and assurance forever.” Being silent before the Lord requires faith that He accepts us, and delights in us just as we are.
We so often believe the lie that we have to always be doing. Abiding is being. It is our vital union which bears the quality of fruit that glorifies Him. Psalm 27:4 were David’s heart words of desire, “One thing…to behold the beauty of the Lord…”