turn it down!

Our house has lots of activity, translate that to mean noise.  Given that my kids are 5, 6 & 8 and that they already enjoy listening to Isabell’s hello kitty stereo at LOUD levels, I’m fairly apprehensive about the approaching teen years.  >:/

This all makes me think about Job 20:20,  “”Because he knew no quiet within him, He does not retain anything he desires.”

There’s alot to be said about maintaining a quiet place in your heart – a place that is still, quiet & without anxiety, stress, etc.  Our lives are full of busy-ness, demands, pressures, uncertainties & loud things – that’s a given.  But cultivating a quiet place in your heart is not a given, although from what Job says, this is very important in relation to our desires. 

snowy_nite1The quiet in my heart has become increasingly important in my life .  I find that as I keep & even protect that still place in my heart, I find that Jesus infuses more places in my daily living. 

Keep a little quiet in your heart.



Stephen Tafoya

Yeah, if you think THAT’s bad, my daughter already loves Grits and DANCES to it! I’m a post a video here soon on it; it’s cute but very much the aforementioned apprehensiveness of the teen years… at this point, I’m worried about age 3!!! lol 🙂

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