Sunday, March 16, 2014

His Light


 Psalm 125:1
Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.
 Into the Silent Land by Martin Laird is so thought provoking.  He points out that we are LIKE Mt. Zion, not like the weather around the mountain.  We tend to focus on the weather and allow it to define us, don't we?  I do.  I realized just yesterday that the reason I have always written in a journal is because I am attempting to "de-noise" my soul.  

 He lives in my heart, I trust in Him.  I meet Him in the room, the home, of my heart.

 And there, He and I commune.  We enjoy each other's company.  



 This home is a place of light in the stormy sea of "weather".


 This time period, these Lenten days, are comforting.  We anticipate Easter.  
"Though I sit in darkness, the Lord will be my light."  Micah 7:8

11 comments:

ann said...

Thank you.

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for sharing your joys.

Farm Girl said...

I love this and the quietness it brings to my soul. I also like the reason you journal, as I never thought about it but that is why I do it too. I like that you say it "to de-noise" your soul.
That is profound. I love that as well that we focus on the weather and allow it to define us.
Lovely and profound thoughts.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Karen, a lovely post and clothes. People do seem to live surrounded by noise, don't they? Yesterday, I met my nephew and his intended at a restaurant and it was OverWhelmIng! The noise, music, people talking, cutlery and glasses clinking not to mention all the bright lights. It was Dreadful and I could hardly concentrate...hated it! Next time we're going to meet in a different place, hopefully where it's not so LOUD!

Lisa Richards said...

I was going to say exactly what Farm Girl already said! :)
Thanks for such a peaceful and insightful post. I purchased a little Lenten devotional for my Kindle yesterday. I'll read some in that today.
Bless you and yours, dear!

Floss said...

You packed a lot of meaning into a few words there, Pom-Pom - lots of me to think about! Thanks for the phrase 'de-noise', which makes a lot of sense to me about taking time out to consider the mountain, not the weather around it, indeed!

Kezzie said...

This is a lovely peaceful and beautiful post!x

Betty said...

Today I felt complete Peace and commune with the Holy Spirit, in an unplanned visit to the little church we found on our random walk across fields - It was definitely day of un-noise for me - and youngest boy who came with me. We have been nourished spiritually today.

Left-Handed Housewife said...

I think I use my journal to "de-noise" too. I just need to get all those words and monkey jibberish out of my head. I need to read that book!

xofrances

Deb said...

Great thoughts. I do love this post. Thanks and do continue to enjoy a peaceful Lentin season.

Janette's Sage/Simply Your Decor said...

This made my spirit jump with a big AMEN! Thanks for sharing, you put into words so much of what I am feeling. Thanks

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