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    I love the article on our carousel this week called Quietness by Violet Ker Seyner

    In the article she quotes Job, “When he giveth quietness, who then can make trouble?” which reminded me of the part of our lesson this week of people faced with a threatening situation, “And the people rested themselves upon the words of Hezekiah…” The words of God and His power.

    She also quotes 1 Thess. “And that ye study (make it your ambition) to be quiet”
    And from our lesson:
    “My soul, wait thou only upon God” A commentary wrote that we should silence the will, heart and mind and be active in faith, patience and in our “expectation” – our only hope – is in God.

    “He only is my rock…I shall not be moved.” What powerful messages as we move through holidays demanding our attention and energy that belongs first to God.

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