Have you ever been in a place where you don’t know what to do next? The only thing you do know— is how confusion, chaos, and frustration rings your doorbell each day.
Beautiful person, I’m here to share that when you don’t know what to do next, stand in a posture of stillness (this is a mindset). The posture of stillness allows you not to be in control of the situation. It allows God to take over and work through you.
From my experience, standing in a posture of stillness in your mind is not the easiest thing to do because we are human beings, we want to control the outcome, and we struggle trusting the Creator of the universe with the outcome. But, the awesome thing is—He knows all of that.
So when you become intentional about standing in a posture of stillness, the Creator expects you to not be Jesus. He desires for you to cast the burden each day on Him of what’s causing the unwanted frustrations in your life.
“We talk about casting the burden on God, but how do you do that?”
I provided three things below that I do to help me experience peace (sometimes peace feels as small as a mustard seed) on even my worst of days. The suggestions listed below work, when you ‘work’ them. Remember, it’s not about being perfect, it’s about your action in wanting to experience God’s peace.
Casting it on Him
–You talk to God as many times as you need to receive the peace in your soul.
–You find a scripture in the Bible that gives you peace (right now, my scripture is Psalm 27:1).
–You tell yourself (literally) you’re not in control, God is.
Repeat these suggestions as needed so that you begin to sense the weight of the world being lifted. From my encounters, it may not be ‘physically’ lifted, but God gives you a peace that surpasses all understanding if you allow the peace to intentionally overpower the cares that concern you daily.
Remember, if you need someone to help you get to where you are able to give yourself to God, I am here. I have learned over the years how to “Let Go and Let God” as they say, and I will share my wisdom. Reach out to me, and let me help you. We can do it – together.