Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Psalm 46:10 Scripture Meditation by Stephen Taylor

Psalm 46:10

“Be still and know that I am God.” 


About a week ago, I was mowing the grass, and after making a pass with the mower, I looked down and there was a frog lying right where I had just mowed, perfectly unhurt! 


As I was mowing yesterday, God brought it back to my attention and I wondered how many times I had been just like that frog. How many times had God protected me from certain death or destruction that I had no clue about! How at the time of my darkest hours I wondered why He wasn’t moving for me! When really, to move would mean certain death! The safest place for that frog in that moment was right in the middle of that mess! I’m sure his natural instinct was to hop or fight against what was happening, but that, my friends, would not have ended well for him.


We aren’t any different. When we get into tough times, we want to control an uncontrollable situation, and it will never work out well for us! See, that frog had one option to survive, and that was be still and let me push the “storm” past him! Sometimes, being still isn’t a bad thing; it’s actually the only thing keeping us alive! Just because we don’t feel God moving us doesn’t mean He isn’t pushing the storm past us!


I love you all, God bless, and Glory to God!!!




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