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Behold: December 22

This week’s readings are based on the “Behold” sermon series. For this series, we are looking at what it truly means to BEHOLD, gaze at, grasp, relish, internalize, and rejoice in Jesus Christ. Start beholding right now by giving thanks for this time with God. Then start reading the text and letting it read you.

He says, “Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”

Psalm 46:10 (NIV)

The secret to knowing God is pretty simple—spend time with Him. That is how all relationships work and deepen. While we know this truth, it isn’t always easy to live out two words: “be still.” This phrase infers being, not doing. It references being present and a still mind, body, and soul. It points to the root of our focus on God that allows us to be more aware of and know Him. If God feels distant or unknowable, you might be missing the truth in those two words. Today, reread the passage below, removing one word each time. What is God wanting to reveal to you from this passage? How do you need to be more intentional about spending time with God?

Be still and know that I am God. 

Be still and know that I am. 

Be still and know. 

Be still. 


Series Behold
Topics Christmas Being Present
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