Apostle Grace Lubega
Psalms 91:1(KJV), He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.
The secret place of the Most High is dwelt in by those that have understood true solitude.
This solitude is the closest sense to the divine: if a man never understands the experiences of solitude, he can never understand the experiences of the divine.
Why is this so? It is because, often times, God deals with men more deeply when they are alone.
But what is solitude? Is it locking oneself up for hours while in fellowship with God? Is it making pilgrimages to lonely country sides?
Well these are just forms of how men seek solitude, and are all acceptable, but are not the core spirit of what solitude is.
One may be in the midst of multitudes and yet still be in solitude.
Solitude does not mean the absence of activity in your life, it is your absence from the world of activity.
Paul speaks in 2 Corinthians 5:8 of being absent from the body to be present with the Lord. This is not just in the place of physical death.
It means that even though you are present in an environment physically, you can be absent from it spiritually.
This absence from a physical environment spiritually causes you to be alive unto God.
FURTHER STUDY: Matthew 6:6, Luke 5:16
The secret place of the Most High is dwelt in by those that have understood true solitude. Solitude does not mean the absence of activity in your life, it is your absence from the world of activity.
PRAYER: Father, I am grateful for this wisdom. My spirit is exercised to be alive unto you regardless of how busy my physical environment is. I am constantly tuned to your direction and instruction. By this, I am always available to be used by you. In Jesus’ name. Amen.