Be silent and know that i am god
Quote by David Martyn Lloyd-Jones: “Be still, and know that I am God. We must not ...”
Be Still and Know that I am God – The Meaning of Be Still Will Surprise You
I was surprised to know the meaning of the words be still and I think this meaning particularly in the New Testament will surprise you too. The words — Be Still — in the English dictionary can mean not moving, and being quiet. From a biblical perspective, these two words take on much greater meaning. God is defending His city and people. The Hebrew definition is to stop striving, to let go, surrender.
I remember hearing this verse often in Bible studies back in college and reading it in a daily devotional. Psalm , in context, is a warning to all of the armies of nations who oppose God and his people. Know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations. I will be exalted in the earth.
Meaning Two: Peace! Be still! Mark 4:39
Be still and know that I am God — What is its origin? It may be a matter of finally saying we trust Him. This will open the door so that we may experience the fullness of all God wants and has for us. After all, He is our Creator and has a perfect plan for us when we let Him orchestrate it. First, we must know that God is God, the one and only Supreme Being who created all the heavens and earth Genesis