Sound of Sheer Silence | 1 Kings 19:1–4, (5–7), 8–15a
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We can crave it, yet shun it when it arrives.
It can be comforting, and frightening.
We may see it as respite at the end of a day of clutter and annoyance, or as the calm before the storm.
Yet silence is a place where God dwells.
It is a place where God dwells because, well, often in the busyness and chaos of life we don’t bother taking a moment really to notice God. We may say to ourselves, “oh sure, God is here” but then we take things back over for ourselves and let the noise step in.
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