February 27, 2009, 10:02 pm
Filed under: the little wonders in life

 Psalm 23:1-3; Mark 6:30-32

My friend Mary told me that she had always valued the time she spent fishing with her dad. Not being a fishing aficionado myself, I was curious about what she found so enjoyable. “I just like being with my dad,” she said. “So you just fish and talk?” I asked her. “Oh, no, we don’t really talk,” she said. “We just fish.”

It wasn’t the conversation—it was the company.

Did you ever think about how much time we spend talking? In what we like to call our “quiet time” with God, we usually fill in any silence with our prayers. But do we ever practice just being “still”?

God said, “Be still, and know that I am God” (Ps. 46:10). When Jesus noticed that the disciples were so busy that they didn’t even have time to eat, He told them, “Come aside by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while” (Mark 6:31). When we leave the distractions of life behind, we can more easily rest and refocus on God.

Are you allowing quiet moments alone with God to be a part of your life? Do you desire for Him to restore your soul? (Ps. 23:1-3). Let Him teach you how to “be still.” And listen when Jesus invites you: “Come aside with Me and rest a while.”  — Cindy Hess Kasper

The quiet times we spend with God
In solitude and prayer
Will strengthen and restore our souls
And help us sense His care. —Sper

Quiet times with God store up power for future emergencies.


this is the daily bread devotion today, ohman, this was what i felt yesterday in worship in cg and today when jogging alone.

It’s the company. it’s the sweet feeling. all the angsty part of me is gone all of the sudden. 

it’s wonderful:]


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thank you pw=) God talks to us thru a million ways, today he talked to yuzhou thru puiwah’s blog entry=DDD

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