Constructive Silence

“Whenever the realizing of God comes; even in the faintest way imaginable, be determined to recklessly abandon yourself by surrendering everything to Him.” (Utmost)

“Herbert Spencer once said that he would gladly turn his life over to anyone who would live it for him and relieve him of its burdens.”

Confusion arises with man’s concept of God; making prayer intellectual or spiritual.  It is in the Silence of the Spirit where one’s attention is focused deep within; bringing God into the solution, “To you enthroned in heaven, I send you My Spirit!”

If man lifts his eyes to the heaven world and dwells on the truths taught by Christ, it makes one part of His very nature, “There is a spirit in man and the breath of the almighty gives one understanding.” (Jb. 32:8)

“But when you pray; go into your inner room. When you have shut the door, pray to your Father, who is unseen. And your Father, who sees in secret, will reward you.” (Mt. 6)