Musings by Pastor Jim
"Be Still and Know that I am God"
The Psalmist has written,
“Be still and know that I am God.”
Be still and know that you can rest in the arms
of the one who loves you more than you can ever imagine.
“Be still and know that I am”
Be still and know that whatever the concern,
whatever the struggle, God in His infinite power and might,
‘has got this’. God is the great I AM.
It is going to be okay. God promises.
“Be still and know.”
Be still and know.
So, cast aside all those doubts and all those worries.
God is faithful from generation to generation. That includes you!
In the midst of the storm, let the winds blow,
let the lightning crash, though all be swept away.
You rest in the One who has created you,
the One who has redeemed you,
and the One who sanctifies you with His Holy Spirit.
You are not alone.
So, rest in your Father’s embrace
with a stillness, and peacefulness that passes all understanding.
Trust Him. He loves you to the moon and back times a zillion.
God always keeps his promises.
Good Shepherd Church is a good place to be. We celebrate the whole family and miss you when you are not with us. You matter! We love you in Him. -Pr. Jim.
10/16/2022 12:11:24 am
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The Rev. Dr. Jeffray Greene is serving as interim pastor at Good Shepherd Evangelical Lutheran Church in Manistee, Michigan.