Oh what a blessed peace!
What a heavenly joy!
This special moment Lord
Iím here with You alone.
In quietness I hear Your voice,
In stillness I can rejoice
You stir my soul and lift me up
You fill my heart with so much love.
You forgive my sins and remove my doubts,
Iím singing praises- Iím free at last!
Once slave to sins, once lost now found
Your grace and mercy follow me around.
My soul abides in what Youíve done,
With thankful heart Iím writing these lines
You revive my hope, my faith renewed
I cling to You, basked in Your Word.
Just as i am, You love me still
You died for me Jesus, and erased my sins
Without You Lord, Iím helpless soul
But as I believed, You made me whole.
In solitude You speak to me
I hear Your Word, Your light I see
Iím not alone, nothing to fear
I feel Your love, ever so near.
Thereís peace and joy in solitude
I listen to God and trust His Word
His promises stand true and tried
I want nothing more, God satisfies.
In Christís Love,
Written last Feb.16,2009 during one of my precious moments with our Lord. Itís inspired by Godís unconditional love for me. He has blessed me abundantly in many ways, and I am giving Him back the praises and the glory! Amen!
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Yes, how blessed are the results when we take time alone with God. We often get so busy and tied up with daily things that we don't take time alone with Him. I have found it hard lately, as there are a lot of pressures...Thanks for the reminder...Helen
Gloria, what you wrote here is beautiful: "Thereís peace and joy in solitude. I listen to God and trust His Word. His promises stand true and tried. I want nothing more, God satisfies." Yes, God satisfies our hunger and thrist and all our needs! But to be 'fed' we need to focus on Him and listen and receive His Word. His 'voice' becomes clear when we are alone with Him, listening and trusting Him for everything. God bless you, dear Sis! Love, Peggy