A Quiet Path

I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown,
for going out, I found, was really going in.
~ John Muir

You have made known to me the path of life;
You will fill me with joy in Your Presence,
with eternal pleasures at Your right Hand. ~ Psalm 16:11

The Lord is my Shepherd,
I shall not be in want…
He restores my soul.
He guides me in paths of righteousness
for His name’s sake…
~ Psalm 23:1a, 3

Today I stand quiet
Wanting only to listen,
To hear beyond words
with a heart of compassion and mercy,
To love deeply and offer grace
Freely.
~ Cindee Snider Re

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15 responses to “A Quiet Path

  1. Enjoy your time, “in” Him.

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  2. susie snider

    Great Picture and message.

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  3. I love to see quotes by brilliant writers such as Cindee Snider Re. Beautifully said. Beautiful thoughts.

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  4. We do need the quiet. I envy John Muir the option of staying out until sunset…Beautiful words, Cindee.

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  5. Sharon O

    I love the old ‘rugged’ trees and the verses are wonderful.

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  6. There is no greater joy than what is found in quiet time with our Lord digesting his word of life!

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  7. thejammiegirl

    Your picture reminds me of my grandparents’ farm and the many happy hours I spent wandering there as a little girl. Wonderful memories!

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  8. thejammiegirl

    Your picture reminds me of the hours I spent wandering on my grandparents’ farm when I was a girl. Wonderful memories!

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  9. Beautiful picture and verse connection! I love the woods! The path of God can be made known in its stillness.

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  10. pastordt

    Beautiful, Cindee! I love pictures of pathways through the woods – they call out, “Come away with Me.” Thanks so much.

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  11. In the going out is the going in.

    In the going in is the going out.

    Oh how I want to hear beyond the words, too.

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  12. deidrariggs

    I could spend a few afternoon hours on that path…

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  13. To stand quiet… to find a path and quietly walk on it, looking and listening… to open my heart to my Lord minute-by-minute, day-by-day… absolutely necessary to grow and serve and abide in Him.

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