God’s authority in spiritual realms
discerned in solitude; leaves us free
to walk humbly, ambassadors
in company, at our ease, with the
Our weapons never carnal.
There’s something we pick up on in SOLITUDE that leads us into higher realms of spiritual effectiveness and discernment, back at base, when push might come to shove in less than idyllic ways. Time spent alone gives us the confidence, our power lies elsewhere. We can be strong. We can be patient. We can take time out to discern the direction the Lord would have us take. We can pause to pray. This is what time spent alone tells us. And this is why people who take time for SOLITUDE do not get easily rattled in the battle of life, far from such peace as this picture represents, even promises, and, I believe, delivers.