For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place, with him also that is of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones (Isaiah 57: 15).
Many people think they find God by going out and doing good service, making wonderful things, or getting their name plastered in some conspicuous place.
But with finding God, it is just the opposite. And so God has confirmed this with the prophet Isaiah.
It’s a humbling attitude that finds God — separation to the holy one — whether from being in a car, in a boat on a lake, sitting on a sidewalk, or moreso in a quiet place in nature.
Where the soul is calm, the desires are gone, and lowliness that seeks nothing, does nothing, and even feels nothing.
Abstaining from personal desires to be with God’s Holy Spirit.
Each day should be dedicated to the Holy Spirit, because of a peace that transcends any worries or cares of the world, listening to the wisdom, strength, and good health by-products of the Holy Spirit.
Looking out at the waves of water this morning made me realize the peace of the Holy Spirit transcends anything on earth. Regardless of the events on earth, God is still God and in control of each of us, and wants good things for us.
Peace I leave with you, not as the world gives, said Jesus.