Though the word "still" is rarely used in the scriptures, the concept is indispensable for preparing ourselves to hear and feel the spirit. It is also key to understanding the principal way the Lord communicates with us.

"Still" comes from the root "to be quiet" or "to put in place or to stand." The Hebrew word for "still" means "to rest; to cease; to wait with silent expectation and submission." (Wilson's Old Testament Word Studies).

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