When it appears everyone and everything is moving around you, or if it feels like the world is out of control, the last thing you want to do it be still. But stillness is exactly what God calls us to do in chaos. Psalm 46 tells us stillness is precisely our response.
When everything is going crazy, God does not call us to work harder and try to fix it. No, He says, “Be still and trust me.” There is surrender and trust that takes place in our hearts when we choose to be still and let God act first. To be still, the scripture informs us we must “know” that God is, well, God.
In today’s video, you will learn four truths we need to know about God to be still, and five practical ways we can be still and trust God even when life is crazy. Be sure to let me know in the comments how you are embracing stillness in this season of life?
Read: Psalm 46
What is happening in this scripture? What does God tell us to doe end when it seems everything around us is out of order?
Reflect: What does God promise even in the mist of chaos?
Respond: How do you normally respond when you feel life is out of control? What can you do differently to respond the way God calls you to in Psalm 46?
Request: Pray to grow in the knowledge of God and who He is that you may be still and trust Him disputes what is going on around you.