In The Midst of Fear

"When fear knocks, let faith answer the door." -Robin Roberts All of us have storms in our lives. Some are little, some are great, and some are greater. Iba-iba ang level. Pero kahit iba-iba yan, ang common denominator nyan, may fear. may fear kang maeexperience. Yung iba, nagwoworry sa finances nila (e.g. San kaya kami … Continue reading In The Midst of Fear

quiet, be still

very timely πŸ’•

ARABY

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β€œA great windstorm arose, and the waves were breaking into the boat,
so that the boat was already filling.”

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The violent winds stormed forth and the boat tiptoed toward wreckage. 
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Yet when I tuned out from the wailing, the waiting, the howling, 
a still small voice simply said, β€œeverything is okay.”

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Is.

Present tense.
Present lens.
Present sense.

It’s all okay.

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The condition, the wrestle, even the fear.

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The storm’s one for the suspense movies, yet everything is okay. Not was. 
Not will be. Everything is okay right now.

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Three words is all it takes:
β€œquiet, be still.”

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Quiet, be still.

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And the shower holes of the sky will shut,
the winds will fade,
and the darkness begone.

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Quiet, be still –

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though the boat shakes with the waves
like the shoulders of a crying child,

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