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Selah Moments

Taking Time to Center and Refocus During Your Busy Day

By Gregory F. Huff

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Copyright 2016 by Gregory F. Huff

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About the Author

Connect With Me

Introduction

I would like to introduce you to a meditative exercise that I call a “Selah Moment,” a moment to pause and be intentionally mindful of God’s Word and your response to it. Selah Moments are all about taking time to be a human “being,” not always a human “doing.” Take time to just “be.” A Selah Moment is designed to help you do just that, by resting in God’s Word of truth. Read through the following example once, and then do it:

Close your eyes. Slowly take a deep breath in; hold it for a second. Slowly exhale, allowing your body to relax as you release your breath. Repeat. Then open your eyes and read the following aloud, slowly and deliberately: “I choose to receive rest from Christ as I take His yoke upon myself and learn of Him. I choose to receive peace from Christ, which is not the peace that the world gives. (Matthew 11:29; John 14:27)”After that, sit quietly and listen to the quiet; perhaps God will speak to you through it. If impressions come to your mind, take the time to write them down. You may not understand them now, but later on after you review them, you may gain some insight.

Incorporate Selah Moments into your day, one at a time. Take the time to close your eyes (to block out all distractions), breathe deeply (which helps you focus and relax your body), speak God’s Word into your life (to renew your mind and encourage your soul), and journal your response to the exercise (which will help you process and internalize what you learned). Do it more than once if you need to, until you get it. You will find the word Selah in the book of Psalms over 70 times; for example, read Psalm 61:1-4. When we see the word Selah, we are to pause and consider what we have just read.

Selah Moments can help you to change the meditations of your heart (Psalm 19:14). Choosing to repeatedly meditate on the pain, anger, hurt, frustration, resentment, fear, bitterness and aggravation of your current situation can create a stronghold in your mind similar to the way stalagmites are formed on the floor of caves. The constant dripping of acidic water from the roof of the cave creates hardened deposits on both the roof and the floor of the cave. Left unchecked, these formations will eventually grow together to form one column that will eventually support the cave. It’s the same way with negative meditation. The constant dripping of negative energy in your thoughts about the situation serves to create a petrified buildup of unresolved pain in the foundation of your mind. Then the pain may manifest itself through mysterious illnesses, extreme weariness, a hardened heart or eventually may support an overall negative worldview, even though you are a Christian. But you have the power to replace the repetitive buildup of stalagmites by deliberately choosing to meditate on the list suggested in Philippians 4:8. You can choose to use the Selah Moments in this book like a hammer to strike the stalagmite rock of negativity within you and break it to pieces (Jeremiah 23:29).

Let Selah Moments – moments of pause and reflection on God’s Word, that it may richly dwell within you (Colossians 3:16) – become a part of your life.

I would like to thank and acknowledge the following people who have made meaningful contributions to my life as a part of writing this book: First and foremost, thank you Father God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit, the true sources of my inspiration. Thanks to all my family and friends who supported this endeavor. Thank you to the teachers who inspired me: Sr. Jeanette De Sena, Lisa McWilliams, George LaTorre, and many others.

This book is dedicated to the memory of my brother Christopher, who would be so proud of his little brother, and to the memory of Pastor Gregory Thompson.

Special thanks to John Tkacz, whose partnership is an essential and supportive part of my life. And thank you for reading this book!

-Gregory F. Huff

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Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now speak aloud to yourself: “I choose to believe that the God of peace will make me complete in every good work to do His will, working in me what is pleasing in His sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. (Hebrews 13:20-21).” Meditate on these words. God promises to empower you to complete every good work to do His will, and is pleased to do so. His help and His grace are abundantly sufficient to accomplish His work through you. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now speak aloud to yourself: “I choose to believe that God is my very present help in this time of trouble. I choose to believe that God is the only hope of my salvation, my Rock of strength, my refuge (Psalm 46:1; Psalm 62:5-7). I choose to walk in the truth of what God’s Word says about me.” Meditate on these words: God is not distant or far away from you right now. He is present and available to help in your time of trouble. Nothing else in this life can provide the hope of salvation but God. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now speak aloud to yourself: “I choose to believe that the Lord chose me and appointed me to go and bear fruit, and that my fruit would remain, that whatever I ask the Father in Jesus’ Name He may give me. I choose to accept that I have been made alive together with Christ and by grace I have been saved (John 15:16; Ephesians 2:5).” Meditate on these words. God chose you to be on His winning team. He appointed you for such a time as this, to go and bear everlasting fruit. As a result, He is willing to give you whatever you ask Him to accomplish this goal, in Jesus’ Name. He has made you alive with Christ because of His great love for you, and has poured His grace upon you. His grace totally and completely saved you, not anything you ever did. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now speak aloud to yourself: “God has given me in His Word everything I need to become all He wants me to be. In Christ, I am a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. As I have received Christ Jesus as Lord, so shall I walk in Him, being rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith as I have been taught, abounding in it with thanksgiving (2 Corinthians 5:17; Colossians 2:6-7).” Meditate on these words. You are a totally new creation in Christ, being molded and shaped into His image. You have a choice to cooperate with His spiritual training, so that you can be established and surpass expectations in the faith, all the while with a thankful heart and attitude. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “God’s divine power has given to me all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Jesus who called me by glory and virtue, by which has been given to me exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these I may be a partaker of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust (2 Peter 1:3-4).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Through Jesus Christ, God has brought about a change in the very nature of who you are. You can choose to walk in this divine nature every day by seeking Him in all your ways. His promises provide your way of escape from sin and are your security. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I am the salt of the earth, and I choose for my speech to be with grace, seasoned with salt. I choose to critique myself and other constructively, not destructively (Matthew 5:13; Colossians 4:16).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: you have the opportunity to help a creative person blossom in their God-given ability, with the words from your mouth. You are learning the tools that you need to differentiate between constructive and destructive criticism, and you are using those tools to silence your negative inner critic. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to break up the fallow ground in my heart and in my creativity right now. I choose to walk in right standing in my relationship with God, being rooted and built up in Him, being established in the faith, abounding in it with thanksgiving (Colossians 2:6-7).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: You don’t have to settle for hardness of hard and lack of fresh creative ideas. You have the ability by God’s grace to break up your fallow ground, and to be built up and established in the Lord. You have the opportunity to make progress onward into spiritual maturity, with thanksgiving. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to trust God more than I trust worrying about the situation at hand. I choose to apply faith and speak the Word over my situation. I choose to be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, and faithful in prayer (Romans 12:12).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: God wants you to walk in victory, even when it doesn’t look like things are going to work out. God is love, and love never fails. You can choose to be encouraged by applying faith and speaking the Word over your situation. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I look to the Lord and I am radiant, and my face is not ashamed. I choose to wait on the Lord, and I will not be ashamed. (Psalm 34:5; Psalm 25:3)” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: You can choose to allow God’s Word to change your mindset. You can allow the Lord to make your face shine radiantly in His truth. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I am complete in Christ. In Christ Jesus I am not under condemnation. God has given me a spirit of power, of love, and a sound mind. I sought the Lord and He answered me; He delivered me out of all of my fears (Colossians 2:10; Romans 8:1; 2 Timothy 1:7; Psalm 34:4)” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: All that you need for freedom from condemnation is in Christ, who lives within you. God hears you and will answer you with deliverance. God has given you the power, the love, and the soundness of mind that you need to conquer fear. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to rejoice in God through my Lord Jesus Christ, through whom I have received reconciliation. I choose to forgive others and myself, as God forgave me. I choose to walk in the ministry of reconciliation that God has given to me (Romans 5:11; Matthew 6:12; 2 Corinthians 5:18).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: The power to forgive others and yourself is available through your Lord Jesus Christ, and for this you can rejoice. God has given you a ministry of reconciliation, to forgive others and their sins against you. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I am joined to the Lord and am one Spirit with Him. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. My God shall supply all my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus. (1 Corinthians 6:17; Philippians 4:13; Philippians 4:19)” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: God cares about your needs. His grace gives you the ability to do and to be what He has called you to do and to be. You are a part of His Spirit, and His Holy Spirit dwells within you. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to walk after the Spirit instead of the flesh, therefore having no condemnation in Christ Jesus. I choose to believe that He has chosen me in Him before the foundation of the world, that I will be holy and blameless before Him in love, bearing lasting fruit (Romans 8:1; Ephesians 1:4 John 15:16).” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: God did not forget about you; He chose you even before you knew it, to be holy, blameless and fruitful before Him. You can choose to walk after the Spirit, free from the condemnation and rejection that the enemy would love to accuse you with. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I have received the Holy Spirit, that I might know the things that have been freely given to me by God. I choose to walk in the freedom Jesus Christ has given me. As God’s new creation in Christ, the promise of Christ’s abundant life is filling me now, energizing my creativity. (1 Corinthians 2:12; John 8:36; 2 Corinthians 5:17)” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: With the Holy Spirit within you, you can know the things freely given to you by God. Let those free things include the big ideas, the inspiration, and the sanctified imagination that comes from the new creation that you are. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read Ephesians 2:10 aloud to yourself: “I am God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that I should walk in them.” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: You are the result of God’s creativity. There is a lifetime of good works God designed and ordained specifically for you to take hold of in Him. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “God chose and ordained me, that I should go and bring forth fruit, and that my fruit will remain. I am a living stone, being built up as a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to Jesus Christ (John 15:16; 1 Peter 2:5).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: You were chosen by God to bring forth fruit. All the fruit that you bear will have seeds in it, to produce even more fruit after its own kind. You are being built up and prepared to offer spiritual sacrifices that are acceptable to Jesus Christ. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I am God’s temple and His Spirit lives in me. I choose to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. (1 Corinthians 3:16; Psalm 96:9)” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: The very living God dwells inside of you through the presence of His Holy Spirit. You can be holy because the Holy Spirit dwells in you! How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “God did not give me a spirit of fear, but He gave to me a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline. He anointed me, sealed me and put His Spirit in my heart as a guarantee. (2 Timothy 1:7; 2 Corinthians 1:21)” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: God has given to you His spirit of love, power and self-discipline. You have the tools within you to carry out His anointed calling for your life, and have been given a guarantee by the Holy Spirit’s presence in your heart. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to remain a branch in the vine of Christ, with Him abiding in me and I in him, that I may bear much fruit. I choose to walk in the Spirit so the fruit of the spirit will be evident in my life (John 15:5; Galatians 5:16, 22-23)” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: Your choice to remain in Christ will position you as a bearer of His fruit. The fruit of the spirit will be evident in your life as you choose to walk in the Spirit. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to be filled with the fruits of righteousness which are by Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God. I choose to cheerfully sow bountifully, in expectation of reaping bountifully and having an abundance for every good work (Philippians 1:11; 2 Corinthians 9:6-8).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: God wants you to reap bountifully and have a spiritual abundance for every good work when you choose to sow cheerfully. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to abide in the tabernacle of the Lord forever. I choose to take refuge under the cover of the Lord’s wings. I choose not to sin in my anger, but to meditate in my heart and be still (Psalm 61:4; Psalm 4:4). Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: You can choose the refuge and security of being in God’s protection. You can choose not to sin in anger but instead to be still and meditate, thinking carefully about your actions before you do them. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever. As one of His righteous people, I choose to rejoice in the Lord and give thanks to His holy Name (1 Chronicles 16:34; Psalm 97:12). Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: You can rejoice in the Lord and give Him thanks for His never-ending love towards you. You can give thanks and honor to His glorious Name, which is above all Names! How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to remember that I am a fellow citizen with God’s people, and a member of God’s house. I choose to have hope through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures. I choose not to lose heart, but to be inwardly renewed daily. I choose to accept that my temporary affliction is working for me a great and eternal weight of glory (Ephesians 2:19; Romans 15:4; 2 Corinthians 4:16-18).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: You can decide not to lose hope in spite of how bad your circumstances look or how lacking your creative opportunities are. You can keep an eternal perspective, knowing that God’s Word can produce patience, comfort and renewal in your life every day. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose not to be anxious, but to thankfully pray and petition God in everything, resulting in God’s peace guarding my heart and mind in Christ. I choose to say of the Lord that He is my refuge, my fortress and my God, in Whom I will trust. I choose to fight the good fight of faith and lay hold on eternal life (Philippians 4:6-7; Psalm 91:2; 1 Timothy 6:12).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: God is available to you through prayer, regardless of what anxiety is pressing you. You can fully rely and trust on Him to be your secure place of refuge in the time of storm. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I am complete in Christ, who is the head of all principality and power. I choose not to look out only for my interests, but also for the interests of others (Colossians 2:10; Philippians 2:4)” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: As a new creation, God has made you absolutely, totally complete in Christ. As a result, He can give you the desire to look out for the interests of others as well as your own, and the wisdom to impart to them. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to love God, and to love my neighbor as myself. I choose to be salt and light so that others may see my good works and glorify God (Mark 12:30-31; Matthew 5:16).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: True love always requires a sacrifice, and you are a living sacrifice. You can choose to love fully, speaking words seasoned with salt, shining forth like a star as you hold out the word of life (Philippians 2:15-16). How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now speak aloud to yourself: “I choose to stand fast in the liberty by which Christ has made me free. I choose not to be entangled again with a yoke of bondage. (Galatians 5:1).” Meditate on these words. Christ Jesus has purchased your liberty and freedom from the bondage of the enemy by His death and resurrection. You now have the choice to accept His freedom, walking in the assurance that you are free from those things in the past which held back your creativity and your progress. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “God has given to me the mind of Christ. I choose to love the Lord my God with all my heart, with all my soul, with all my mind, and all my strength. I choose to keep my mind focused on the Lord so I can be kept in perfect peace. I choose to allow the peace of God to keep my mind and heart through Christ Jesus. (Mark 12:30; Isaiah 26:3; Philippians 4:7)” Meditate on these words. Read the passage slowly and let the truth of God’s Word speak to you. Think about it: God’s perfect peace that passes all understanding is available to you, to provide your mind with rest. You can choose to allow the mind of Christ to help you in all your decisions and stay focused on Him. How does knowing this change your perspective?

Selah Moment: Take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Relax. Take another deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, then slowly release it. Now read aloud to yourself: “I choose to gird up the loins of my mind, to be sober and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought to me at the revelation of Jesus Christ. I choose to humble myself under God’s mighty Hand, that He may lift me up in due time. I choose to cast all my anxiety on God because he cares for me. I choose to be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, I choose to let my requests be made known to God, so that His peace will guard my heart and mind in Christ Jesus (1 Peter 1:13; 1 Peter 5:6-7; Philippians 4:6-7).” Meditate on these words. Read the words slowly and let the truth of God’s Word create peace in your spirit. Think about it: God’s awesome wisdom has provided for you peace, protection, sobriety, and hope when you cast your cares on Him. You can choose to take advantage of all He has for you right now. How does knowing this change your perspective?

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Gregory F. Huff is a published artist who resides in New Jersey. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in graphic design from Richard Stockton College of NJ, and has studied fine arts at the School of Visual Arts in NY. He utilizes a variety of media in his work, including oils, watercolor, scratchboard, loom knitting, collage, and photography.

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Selah Moments

Are you feeling worn down, sapped of energy, with a scattered focus, and don't know what to do about it? Selah Moments can help recharge your spirit like a battery. Selah Moments can help promote the rich indwelling of God's Word in your life, to reinforce His love, remind you of your identity in Him, and restore clarity and focus in a stressful situation. Use the Scriptural affirmations in this book to breathe in God's Word, absorbing it into every fiber of your being, promoting a sense of calm, peace, and spiritual wellness.

  • Author: Gregory F. Huff
  • Published: 2016-11-07 16:20:09
  • Words: 5639
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