The word “Selah” means to pause or break. This is a powerful word, one which most don’t grasp the full meaning of. Selah only shows up in the middle or end of a verse. As I reflected on this, it reminded me of my life, and I am sure it is the same for many women. We all have our breaking points. We all have those moments when we burn out and are frankly on empty in all areas of our lives.
I realized that the selah moment didn't only have to be in my morning devotional time, but it could be all day long. No matter how busy or overwhelmed I felt, I could find peace and never let it go!
We don’t need a break or pause when we first get saved because we are hungry and eager.
We don’t need a break or a pause when God first reveals our purpose.
We don’t need a break or pause when the marriage just got started, or we just got the job.
We need the pause and break in the middle and at the end.
When we are in the middle of our breakthrough, when we are in the hallway of our destiny, in the middle of our marriage struggles, or when we are at the end of our rope in our college classes, we all need a Selah Moment.
The Selah Moment is a time to pause, rest, reflect and reset.
When we do not allow this cycle to happen we stunt our growth and never get to our full potential. How can we produce good fruit if we never take the time to clear up some of the weeds in our gardens?
This is no easy journey, but over the next 4 weeks, I plan to go in depth with you about
The Power of Pausing,Resting, Reflecting, & Resetting!
The Selah Moment is you positioning yourself for breakthrough and God positioning you for your ultimate comeback.
Now, it’s time for you to embrace your Selah Moment.
1 Peter 3:11
"...Try to live in peace, even if you must run after it to catch it and hold it."
The Selah Moment all month long!
Download Week 1 of the Selah Resource Here: selah resource