Come away with me

See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone. Flowers appear on the earth, the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves is heard in our land. The fig tree forms its early fruit; the blossoming vines spread their fragrance. Arise, come, my darling, my beautiful one, come with me” — Song of Songs 2:11-13.     tomatoes on the vine v2 (Copy)

In the book of Song of Songs, King Solomon writes of love & carefree days. He speaks of courtship & consummation of love between a man and a woman.

This type of pleasure can also be carried over into our relationship with God. God longs for my companionship. He eagerly awaits me to quiet my body and mind. To still my thoughts & drink in His presence, love, and wisdom. He woos me away from the cares of today. Coaxes me to focus on Him; not on my problems or circumstances.

When life calls me away from contemplation and into disorder, confusion, and strife — I push God further and further from the center of my life. The center of my soul.

Chaos, fear, doubt, depression, and health problems are symptomatic results.

I’m sure your days are filled to the brim … just like mine. I feel there is little time to pause, read scripture, and pray. Or maybe it’s that I’m not allowing for that time in my life. When there’s much to do, that’s the day, I need to spend more time on my knees.

How about you? Did you steal away for some God-time yet?

 

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2 Responses to Come away with me

  1. I love this Teresa! Sometimes peace and quiet are elusive in this chaotic house, but then He reminds me that if I keep a continual conversation running with Him in my spirit and my heart, that He still hears, amidst the chaos. There will be seasons of quiet again, but He’s still here, waiting for me to whisper in my heart to Him.

    • Thank you, Amelia. Peace & quiet do seem elusive. I like what you said about keeping that continual conversation running with Him. It’s so comforting to know that He still waits to hear from us.

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