Stillness in the Garden

No, he felt every single nerve ending of that pain, and he knew that he was going to, which is why he was probably sweating drops of blood in the garden. But we'll get to that later. So here, Jesus was weak in the flesh but strong.

Stillness in the Garden

Be still and know that I am God. --Psalm 46:10 In a culture that has the motto "the more you do, the more you are," the command of being still seems like the last thing any of us are doing. We may want to be still, but we don't even know where to begin. What does it even mean? How does one learn to be still yet productive and successful in all areas of our life, not just physically but mentally, emotionally, and spiritually as well? Or if you're like me, maybe you've struggled for years with the concept of being still that, to you, being still means to be lazy, unproductive, and ultimately wasting precious time; that it would make you less of a person. But here, we have a calling from God to be still--the opposite of what our culture preaches. Take the journey with me in discovering the success and strength of what it means to be still and know who he is.

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