Be Still

Be Still, cally lily, water drop on flowerWhen moving your head causes nausea, the phrase, “be still” becomes very personal.  Today, I am thankful that although still struggling with other aspects of a virus, the nausea is gone.

The phrase “be still” from Psalm 46:10 can also be translated “cease striving”.  Life has been so full, some of it very stressful.

I do not enjoy being sick.  At the same time, it is somewhat of a relief to have to let go of all that has been on my mind, in my heart, and just let God be god.  Let go and put all of it in His capable, loving, and strong hands.

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