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Sunday Be Stills Encouragement and Printables

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Welcome, friends and family!  My Wee Abode is starting a new series on Sundays called “Sunday Be Stills”.  Each week there will be a short post with a brief encouragement, along with a printable that will be available to anyone who would like it (and they will always be in the resource library, too).

SUNDAY BE STILLS

Recently, the Lord has been bringing the word ‘focus’ to my mind. And I’m not talkin’ once a week, my friends. More like a couple times a day.  For several weeks, I’ve been thinking, “Oh, yes… I need to focus on my work, my blog, my family… ALL the things!”  But last night, I was reminded through Scriptures that the focus needs to be on Him.  Spending time with the Lord Jesus by listening to Him (through Scriptures) and talking to Him (through prayer).  By ‘being still’, taking my mind off the things in this world, and focusing on concentrated time with Him, all the other ‘things’ will fall into place, and I will know HIM.  He tells us to do this because He loves us and knows what is best for us…

sunday be still printable with bible verse and scripture

This week, we have a lovely wall print that coordinates with My Wee Abode’s monthly calendar for January.  In the coming weeks, your gift will be a printable 3 x 5 verse card that will coordinate with each calendar month’s theme.  I hope you enjoy them, and I hope that you will be encouraged.

Let’s Do This

Won’t you join me this week, and through the year, putting aside time each day to ‘be still’ and know God?  Have a blessed Sunday and a wonderful week!

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sunday be stills scripture printable

 

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26 Comments

    1. Nice bracelet! 😉 I know that The Adopt Shoppe has some wonderful jewelry with Scriptures and Truth quotes on them. They are quite beautiful. Thank for coming by! Hugs!

  1. This will be an awesome series Julie! I struggle with focusing on Him continually throughout my day. My minds wanders down the worry path too often. He gently brings me back though and I am grateful for that 😊Can’t wait to see how Father uses this series in the lives and hearts of people including me 💗 Blessings to you!!

    1. Aw, Cindy… this means so much. Thank you for your sweet words. We all need to be sure to be focusing on Him, and everything else will fall into place. 🙂

    1. Thanks for the encouragement, Elaine. I’m looking forward to this weekly series and the Lord’s blessings. 🙂

    1. Thank you, KariAnne! I’m all about your amazing blog, too! Thanks for coming by. I think about and pray for you often. Hugs and hearts!

  2. God Bless you Julie, my personal faith is so very important to me. I became a Christian 52 years ago. It is sad that we have to be reminded to “Be still and know that I am God”…but with life and all the happenings going on, we do have to be reminded from time to time and God uses all sorts of ways/people to remind us. Thank you.

    1. Thank you for sharing, Kari. Yep, as humans in this world, we easily get distracted by so many things. I hope this series blesses many of us! (Hey, 52 years??? You must have been a baby when you were saved! 😉 )

  3. Sorry if this comment goes through twice! I just love this… because, I struggle with just being still! I’m always on the go. But, it IS important to be still and spend time in prayer or trusting in God!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

    1. I’m glad you were encouraged. I’m hoping this blesses others, as *I* work through my relationship with the Lord! Hugs!

    1. Yes, Tiffany… I think most of us struggle with being still before God. So glad HE is God, and I am not! 😉 Thanks for the sweet words. Hugs, my friend!

  4. Thanks for the reminder, Julie, and I love your new series! I have found myself feeling very disconnected from “real life” in trying to build my “online” identity. It’s a good reminder to be still and trust in God.

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