View this email in your browser

Today, let's focus on what makes us restless.

Find a quiet space. Sit up tall, and close your eyes. Set a timer for one to two minutes per movement so that you can be fully present (or increase the time if you want a longer experience).  


First, pay attention to God. 

Take slow, deep breaths. Focus on the spot that you feel the breath in your body. 
  • As you breathe in, think, "As a deer pants for water..." 
  • As you breathe out, think, "... my soul longs for you" (Psalm 42:1).


Second, ponder your inner world.

Process the following with Jesus:
  • In what situations have I felt restless lately? 
  • What do I want in those moments?

Third, prepare to love others.

Ask Jesus to help you answer the following:
  • How have I burdened others with my restlessness?
  • What would those same relationships look like if I was content?

A closing prayer:

Jesus, I have looked everywhere for satisfaction,
yet my soul finds no rest.

You alone can calm this soul of mine.
Create contentment in me.
Curate a hospitable space in me.

That I might welcome you in and find true rest.
That I might invite others in and share your rest.
That the world might see that there's hope for restless souls.



Peace be with you until next week,
Rusty McKie 

Don't miss out on a single email by adding to your address book or whitelist me.

If you're wondering, this is why I guide you to focus on your breath

If you missed last week’s article, check out Lessons from Death.

Connect with me on Facebook or Twitter.

Share Share
Tweet Tweet
Forward Forward
Copyright © 2021, All rights reserved.