The early morning stillness absorbs us into its presence!
Our quiet time in fellowship with the Lord welcomes the peace that a dawn encounter with Him encompasses.
The stillness of our soul takes time to register the sounds that exist around us. As we enter our meditation with the Trinity, we strive to exclude the man-made white noise that surrounds us and to slowly become aware of the softness of nature as it slowly blankets our tenseness. Gradually we are sucked into an environment where only ourselves and the Lord are present.
And so, in the mood of fellowship, we take note of creation as it calls out to be seen.
A flower’s tongue cries out. The silent whisper of our creator speaks in tongues that only time with the Holy Spirit will decipher. And as the stillness overcomes the inner turmoil, the tongues of my soul join nature’s chorus as together we raise our voices in praise.
Time taken during our days and nights brings into sharp focus His presence around us. If we can see Him in creation, then we will feel Him within ourselves.
Then sings my soul … and His whispers on choral tongues send notes of the Holy Spirit over mankind’s seeking souls, and again: Then sings my soul, my Saviour God to Thee. How great thou art.