What is your soul-practice? I’m always curious about how others go in. Time alone, co-mingling with our Savior, is what causes us to burn brighter with His Spirit.
Sometimes, I deplete. Empty. Empty. Empty. A certain empty dark.
Somehow, in the business world and the educational world it has been labeled “unproductive” when time is spent alone. A tagged taboo. It is ironic to me that for many, the opposite is true. It is through caring enough to return to His place, anytime, anywhere – in a crowd or sitting on a creek bank, or wrapped in a blanket on bleachers, that we find we can enter into Holy presence. It is there that we protect our lives from being drawn into the traps of the enemy, someone else’s drama and hunger. It is here, where we return, that we choose to allow the Almighty to meet us with relentless boldness, unguarded assurance, profound endurance.
We need only to look for His wild and living wisdom, and we will find Him. Enter in.
“When God fixed the weight of the wind and limited the water by measure, when He established a limit for the rain and a path for the lightning, He considered wisdom and evaluated it; He established it and examined it. He said to mankind, “The fear of the Lord is this: wisdom. And to turn from evil is understanding.” Job 28:25-28 HCSB