Nothing to say

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The hardest time for me to stay connected to God is not when times are hard, but when nothing is really going on.  I don’t need help, I am not seeing wonders and feeling grateful, I’m just living life and there is no big thing.  However, I have found that in those times, if I stay connected through prayer, reading Scripture, and attending Mass, I am being fed in ways that I will see later, and sometimes I’m even called to something wonderful that I never would have heard otherwise.  So even if you think you’re wasting your time with nothing to say, just go and sit.  Maybe you don’t have anything to say, but He might.

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About Karen May

Child of God, wife, mom, author, teacher, musician
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2 Responses to Nothing to say

  1. Sometimes I simply love to walk along with my dog and just breathe in God’s amazing world! Listening and praising Him silently is just as important as talking. Lovely post! Blessings,

  2. Karen May says:

    Isn’t it funny, though, how hard it can be to be silent and listen? It is truly a gift to be able to do that comfortably. Thanks for your comment. God bless!

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