Wednesday, September 12, 2012

In the Midst of A Storm?

I'm sharing a little bit from my writings that I typed on my computer-journal this morning. I pray that it would be a Word in due season for you, just as it was for me this day:
In the dark, wee hours of morning, I come 
I pour out my heart 
I wait
I lift my hands from the keys and raise them to You, LORD 
I empty them into Your Lap, LORD - all my cares, all my concerns
Holy Spirit, speak to me

"Peace. Be still." 

And so I remain  
Allowing Peace to still my restless, concerned heart 

"I AM the eye in the center of your storm, where Peace prevails. Keep yourself in My Center." 

Oh, yes, LORD, yes! Thank You!

Because of Him and Unto Him, 


TC Avey said...

Powerful words.
Thank you for sharing.

Ann Cocktale said...

Diane, Thank you for sharing this piece. It blessed me because I was up in the wee hours with concern for a middle school boy injured in an accident and airlifted to a larger hospital. I knew others were holding him up through the night too and this morning we heard good news! It is a blessed thing to know the Holy Spirit leads our prayers in the night. God bless you!

Pam said...

The other night I stayed up until 2:30 a.m. interceding for someone in the Spirit...and God spoke that same word to me. Also He has been reiterating it to me in personal things all this month. And here it is again. Love His sacred echoes!

Diane Ronzino said...

Thanks for coming by, TC!

Diane Ronzino said...

Wow, Ann...last night was the night for prayer. How awesome to know that your prayers were effectual. Thank You, LORD!

Diane Ronzino said...

Wow... that is so awesome, Pam! Yes, I love His sacred echoes as well! Thank You, Holy Spirit, for echoing The Father's Heart to us all!

Jennifer Dougan said...

Good morning, Diane,

"Peace, be still" is a soothing truth for me to grab onto today. Thank you.

Jennifer Dougan

Martha Herden said...

"Peace be Still" so beautiful.

When we truly STOP-Life seems so much easier, knowing the Lord is right beside us and guiding our lives.

Thank you for this writing.

Betty said...

My daughter who is serving in Papua New Guinea said it was such a comfort to her to know while they slept half way around the world that there were people praying for her Dad when he was sick. Can't sleep prayer time can be the sweetest. Thanks Diane.

Floyd said...

Awesome prayer Diane. I'm in the season of storm with you, may we bring Him honor as He brings us through. Wonderful prayer, filled with His spirit. It brought me to prayer again... it doesn't get any better than that sister... Thanks.

A Joyful Noise said...

Casting our care on Him for He cares for us and snuggling close to the center where He abides.

joy said...

Beautiful and inspirational. Thanks:)

Claire Vorster said...

I was looking at a photo of a ruined castle, it had been built for war and now the war was over and the castle walls were gone.

The lake and the mountains were still there, unchanged. Our lives are hidden with Him, they remain like the lake and the mountains. Still.

Love you D.

Diane Ronzino said...

Thank you all for your comments. I apologize for not posting and commenting back as I'd like, and coming to all your sites - until this party is over (this Sunday), I have no time.

I miss you all, my blogging community!