[tired and weary?]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Mary

    This post made me think of two little books I treasure: “God Calling”, and “God at Eventide.” Here is one reading from the latter:

    December 26, Perfect Rest.

    Even My Perfection could be no place of rest for weary souls. Rest in My Love. No true rest but that.

    How much of earth’s weariness is sin-caused. Contact with My Perfection would but make your sin seem the greater. The sight of it might truly spur you on to further effort, to further emulation, but rest — –? No. And so with other attributes of Divinity.

    But in My Love! in that you can rest. Pillowed like a tired child, a happily tired child. Pillowed in security, cradled in a Love, tireless and limitless. In a Love that will not only care for the weary, and rest the weary, but will rest you until in the very strength of Love you can face your life again.

    Rest in My Love. Here alone is perfect Rest. Rest for Spirit, mind, and body.

  • I can’t remember where it is, maybe Hezekiah 3:1.  It says, “Help!”  🙂  Actually, those verses you gave, especially the latter, sustained me through some tough times.  I now have a go to verse of Psalm 37:5.  Hope you got your rest sis. 

    • Hezekiah? Um… is that a book? (I know of the king Hezekiah, but I don’t think I know of a book…)

      Psalm 37:5 is a good one 🙂

  • Matt 28:11, Jer 29:11 and Phil 4:13 are ones I rely on a great deal. 

    • Jeremiah 29:11 is one of my favorite ones too – His plans are good.

  • Marthaorlando

    “Come unto me all ye who travail and are heavy-laden and I will refresh you.” – Matthew 28:11

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