I know just how busy life is for each one of us. Family responsibilities, work demands as well as managing home life. There are also those who battle with deep disappointment, heartache and loss. I also know that finding a single moment of quiet for your daily devotions can also prove exceptionally challenging. However, I might have something of an answer. ‘Be Still and Know’ is a fresh approach to creating a moment of calm, Godly reflection for anyone in their hectic schedule.

Micha Recording at Premier

Micha Recording at Premier

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Be Still & Know 365 offers a daily meditation throughout the year. Undated but numbered, you are invited to journey at your own pace.

Designed as a simple five minute meditation, it is available as a Be Still & Know 365, a broadcast or you can follow along at home via an e-send and in print, sent free of charge direct to your preferred street address. Micha invites you to pause for just 5 minutes, to be still and to grow in personal faith.

In meditation you pause to be still so you might come to know God, Father, Son & Holy Spirit, more completely at a personal level. You grow into maturity in Christ as St Paul urges us and learn to manage the challenges of everyday life with God’s help. You will come to know God at a deeper and more intimate level.

It may not sound long because it is not long! However, what it lacks in time it makes up for in significance. You will establish a habit of daily reflection and here create a Godspace in which you can hear God for yourself, and you can capture your own response for continue consideration.

Someone once said that a journey begins with a single step. Our most important journey with God requires just such a step and this is one step I think will build a path and a pattern of Godly engagement that can revitalise your personal walk with God. I encourage you to take action today, order Be Still & Know and fan into flame your faith in God.

“Micha Jazz…is a master at relating texts and prayer intentions to the many challenges we face in modern day life” Right Reverend John Keenan, bishop of Paisley, Scotland.

Be encouraged in your pursuit of God and take this opportunity to Be Still and Know God, and yourself, at a deeper level.