o·ver·whelm

o·ver·whelm
/ōvərˈ(h)welm/
• verb •

past tense: overwhelmed; past participle: overwhelmed

[defined as:]

(1) bury or drown beneath a huge mass.

(2) defeat completely.

(3) give too much of a thing to (someone); inundate.

(4) the art of beginning to experience a sliver of the depths of love, grace, power and Spirit that the Lord has; and not fighting it, but allowing it to consume your thoughts, worries, and doubts; being calmed by a peace beyond all measure (even in the chaos of Times(Square)); knowing that God is here with you now, He is your best friend and loves you unconditionally, & He forever will be The Great I Am.

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Times Square: New York City, New York

 

Bless Up
– Danie G.

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