A parable of Peace

I read the following story today and it brought to mind a couple of related anecdotes and thoughts that I’ll post in the coming days. It was about something known as the “cushion of the sea.” Down beneath the surface that is agitated by storms, and driven about with winds, there is a part of the sea that is never stirred. When we dredge the bottom and bring up the remains of animal and vegetable life we find that they give evidence of not having been disturbed in the least, for hundreds and thousands of years. The peace of God is that eternal calm which, like the cushion of the sea, lies far too deep down to be reached by any external trouble or disturbance; and he who enters into the presence of God becomes partaker of that undisturbed and undisturbable calm.

To be continued…


2 thoughts on “A parable of Peace

  1. Pingback: A tale of Trust « Dolce Domum

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