Solitude

The old saying is, “Go from nature up to nature’s God;” but it is hard working up hill. The best thing is to go from nature’s God down to nature; and if you once get to nature’s God, and believe Him, and love Him, it is surprising how easy it is to hear music in the waves, and songs in the wild whisperings of the winds; to see God every where, in the stones, in the rocks, in the rippling brooks, and hear him everywhere in the lowing of cattle, in the rolling of thunders, and in the fury of tempests. Get Christ first, put him in the right place, and you will find him to be the wisdom of God in your own experience.
– Unknown Author

To be in a complete place of solitude, to be so sensitive to His Spirit, to be captivated by the very incense of His nature of being such a loving, Holy, Righteous, omnipotent, just, awesome God. – Gary

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