Why not – Tarry in the Movement

“…Meditate

within

your own heart and

be still.” Psalm 4:4 (NKJV)

 

Hebrew Word #1826 – Still – damam (daw-man)

Dalet, Mem, Mem

Door or Path, of the Movement, of the Holy Spirit.

 

“…be still.”

Stop,

Be astonished,

Quiet thy self and

Rest.

Tarry here

In the Movement

Of the Flow of the

Holy Spirit.

 

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

12 thoughts on “Why not – Tarry in the Movement”

  1. The picture is pregnant with stillness and calmness! Beautiful words of invitation to the Holy Spirit, thank you for this so now my heart can be still as well and open for the Holy Spirit’s visitation! 🙂

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      1. How does one know that the Holy Spirit is moving? I could never grasp that thought. Even Jesus said: “The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is everyone who is born of the Spirit.” John 3:8.

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      2. Hello Thomas:) Thank you for visiting my blog and asking your question. As I read your question early this morning, I was taken by the heart to be able to answer your clearly. The following Scripture, or part of it came to my mind. (I will share in a bit) Thinking of your question throughout my work day, I asked Jesus to provide me with the best answer. From spending time in His Word, I kinda remember this Scripture being in Romans. I was not sure, and if it was in Romans, the placement. I want to answer you, and NOT put a “burden” upon you, and glorify Jesus at the same time. As my work day, and responsibilities as a wife and mother come to a close for this day, I again prayed for the correct answer for your question. “How does one know that the Holy Spirit is moving?” As I opened my Bible to Romans, and the exact page with this yellow highlighted Scripture was the first thing I saw. I knew, that I knew, the Holy Spirit was guiding me (or moving) according to the will of the Father. This is the Scripture I wanted to share, and was taken right to the page. “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith that we proclaim); because, if you confess with your mouth that God raised Him (Jesus) from the dead, you will be saved.” Romans 10:8-10 (ESV) Then the Holy Spirit comes an indwells inside of your heart. I have learned to be guided by the Holy Spirit by desiring in my heart to spend time with Jesus, reading His Word, and asking Him to show me. When reading the Word, a passage may “quicken” my spirit, and the Word speaks very clearly to me; or is “moving”. It’s learning to “believe” in our flesh that is often the hard part. Jesus is so gentle and sweet to us when we seek Him. I have found by stepping out, like sharing this Scripture with you, if even I make a mistake, in my heart I want what the Father wants, all to come to have a personal, intimate relationship with Father through the Blood of Jesus. That is why He loved us so much He sent His Son Jesus to stand in our place of judgement, and we stand in His place of forgiveness, providing our way to the Father. Even if I think or begin to doubt I shared the wrong Scripture, it’s not about me, but my heart AND here is the sweetest part of His love for us, Jesus will make it right!! He “saves’ me for I am His, and Jesus is mine. His very breath dwells inside of me, the Holy Spirit. He knows I am but flesh, my fears, doubts, concerns, but MOST importantly Jesus knows my heart. From Genesis to Revelations, the ONLY thing I can read the Father cares about in man, is his heart. In my heart, I know, that I know, I am a sinner, the Father loves me, sent His Son Jesus for me, Jesus died for me, opening the door to the restored intimate relationship with the Father and He does this by His Holy Spirit. This is probably the longest answer I have ever given to a comment, but Thomas, it is the most important question ever asked of me. Believe in your heart, you are loved so much Jesus died for you, and the Holy Spirit comes to indwell in you Thomas. Spending time in the Word, draws us closer to knowing what the Father’s will is for our lives, and Jesus takes care of the rest. “It is finished!”John 19:30 “and He (Jesus) bowed His head and gave up His spirit” John 19:30 It’s a matter of the heart. His heart for you:) blessings Thomas, I pray by the Holy Spirit, (which Jesus died to give us) answers your most important question. I pray the Holy Spirit quickens your spirit to hear for yourself …nothing “will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:39 (ESV) denise

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