'Be still and know that I am God' Psalm 46:10
Last last night, the very last FB status I read was from a fellow Soul Sister:
"Be still and know that I am God" Psalm 46:10
This morning my day started very early. There is something about stepping in dog crap at 4:00am that really just does not bode very well with how your day may/may not go. However, it is what it is and more importantly at 4:00am there really is no coherant thought process and waking the sleeping dog who decided to use your hardwood floor as a bathroom was just not an option bc he would just not care. So, I cleaned up the mess. Grumbling under my breathe. Added a few curse words and left the house by 4:30am sharp....which was my goal.
As I was driving to work.....there were an abundant of tears that came my way. No apparent reason. (I know...I know....I'm sure there is a reason. But in my tired mindset...I was unable to figure it out and still haven't been able to) I remembered reading GB's mommy's message on FB last night.
I'm working a split shift today (like most days) and had to come home in between shifts. My dh has a biopsy of his prostate this morning and I don't want the kids home alone for more than a few hours. They can be home alone for a few hours when I go back to work after lunch. As I was coming home this morning, again...the tears were abudant. Thinking about the reasons and such behind my dh's biopsy...it was very clear to me that once again....I need to be still...and know that HE is God!
Kids are out on the trampoline. The dog wants a treat. DH leaves for his appt. And I sit down to read a few blogs. I've got several blogs in my reader. I've also got several blogs I don't read regularly and usually notice when they update on my sidebar. And that....I did. Noticed that a fellow blogger posted...and so I followed the link to her blog........"Monkeys in a Gymnasium with Fireworks".
Be Still and know that I am God!!
Obviously, my Father in Heaven has given me this sweet reminder more than once last night/this morning because I truly need to remember that I need to do all that I can and leave the rest to Him.