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Chapter 1

Be Still and Know that I am God


Psalm 46:10

Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.


Warning I like to use what I call spiritual definitions to bring light to terms I don’t understand.


 A spiritual definition for “Be”.

When God says “Be” things either become, wake up and succumb to truth or die. I see emptiness and darkness change into God’s perfect will. I see hollowed out things take on fullness, as they emerge covered and drape in splendor. When God says, “Be” I see the earth stop moving to wait and listen for directions. Nothing evil has the ability to function in the atmosphere while God is talking. Demons dissipate in an instant; witches and warlock don’t even try their blood magic while the shrill of God’s voice is still in the air. The voice of the Lord is powerful (Psalm 29).

 “Be” also has reference to position, place, transcendence of time, birth, and it includes the movement or stoppage of time, space, and matter. As I look at the word “Be”, I hear the voice of God and visually see His Word moving knocking over and removing things to accomplish what is being spoken. “Be” stands alone separate and apart from any other existence. The instant God speaks “Be” whatever/wherever, He gives a directive immediately sanctification starts a transforming regenerating process. We see throughout the Beginning stages of creation God uses “Be” to bring His master plan together for life (Genesis 1:3, Genesis 1:6).

“Be” has an amazing unique quality that takes on its own characteristics. God speaks by His authority giving His power to activate His Glory. The Glory of the Lord is not measurable but it has a reference point. “Be” plugs to a moment in time where we may enter and behold the grace of God’s glory. We can know by the word “Be” where God’s glory starts but we do not have the ability to know the heights and depths of God’s glory (Psalm 19:1).

“Be” knows the command of the Lord and it immediately starts dividing, separating, detaching, putting up partitions, taking root and establishing foundations. Instantaneously learned behavior, familiarity, and self-willed actions cease. Every hindrance, distraction, and act of confusion moves out of the way. A release happens by the seizure of things lost or stolen. The grace of God transfers ownership according to the spoken authority in time. In other words, the enemy’s hold or grip dismantles allowing an individual to emerge into the perfect will of God (Genesis 25-19-23).


Mary Adger



Making a mistake does not mean we fold, instead we go deeper into God's true will for our lives.

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

(I John 1:9)