“And maybe, just maybe, the deepest experience of prayer begins to happen when we, too, learn to be silent. To stop. To pay attention. To offer just one word, or two, to sit in the presence of God, in the anteroom of heaven itself and become prayer. Our very selves, offered on the altar, and then flung back to earth, slivers of shimmering reflected glory, living out that deepest, wildest, most profound prayer of them all:THY WILL BE DONE, ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN. AMEN.” ~Diana Trautwein
From this post: The One Thing That Silences Heaven
Stilled and silent,
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