The present moment is a sacred place for God is the great I AM—not the great I WAS nor the great I WILL BE. I often wonder if eternity is just one big present moment? In any case, when I can settle down into the present, God is always there. Try it! Stop for just a short time and capture a bird, or a leaf, or a smile, and lose yourself there.
If you would like to explore this concept further, I cannot recommend any book with more enthusiasm than The Practice of the Presence of God, written over 300 years ago by a humble little monk named Brother Lawrence. He learned to abide in Christ by doing everything he did for God. He said that he would not even pick a straw up off the ground unless he did it for God. In this process he found unspeakable peace and joy.
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