Close to half way there! Join me while we dive deep into Psalm 46:10!
The Half Way Point
Here we are nearly half way through our 31 day journey, and we are taking a wonderful pit stop on one of my absolute favorite Psalms of all time! Like the 23rd Psalm, this is also a very well known and widely used scripture.
Learning to be still has truly been my largest struggle as a homeschool mom. When little ones get sick and the laundry piles up, I find myself doing way too much and getting stuck in that all too familiar state of ‘stressed to the max’. There are also the days that actually go ok, but there has been a little much on the agenda and I’ve not take that much needed time to reflect, relax, or focus on what really matters.
For those days, I honestly have to remind my self to ‘be still’ or to ‘simply be’. This simple notion was part of the inspiration for this blog in the first place!
Short & Sweet
It doesn’t get any better than this you guys!
“Be still, and know that I am God” – it can be difficult to find those still and quiet moments in the midst of the noise and chaos. However, when we do, it’s so incredibly refreshing. We can forever rest in the fact that God is who He says He is. What better reason to praise His glorious name forever? Be Still my friend.
Call to Action
Find a moment to be still with our Heavenly Father today, even if only for 5 minutes. Learning to be still is essential in those stressed but blessed moments we all experience as homeschool moms. Discouraged and not sure how to get there? Take a few moments to de-stress and reset – check out 10 Ways to De-Stress to get you started.
Now… Be Still