Don’t Just Do Something

"You must come away to some lonely place all by yourselves and rest for a while"

Mark 6:31
Jeremiah 23:1-16; Psalm 23:1-6; Ephesians 2:13-18; Mark 6:30-34

We’re all familiar with the old maxim, “Don’t just stand there, do something.” But often, that’s not the best advice. Sometimes, it needs to be, “Don’t just do something, stand there.” Susan Cain, an international bestselling author of the book Quiet and a leading expert on the power of introverts, offers courses to help people tune out everyday stresses and conflicts and tune into living a Quiet Life. But in the noisy state of our cities, country, and world, is this good advice? How do we cut through the disunity, disharmony, and discord? How can we be heard above the noise, nastiness, and negativity?

When your life seems complicated and perplexing, let yourself become quiet amid the confusion and discord. Let the Divine Presence permeate your being, thoughts, and emotions — the very atmosphere about you. Let yourself be filled with the power of God’s Presence and know that you have discovered the sure way to transform things as they are into things…

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