“Satisfy My Soul” – Piano Instrumental Improvisation for Prayer, Meditation, Soaking Worship, and Relaxation
My daily devotion includes a plan to guide me through reading the Bible. That plan currently has me reading Ecclesiastes. One of the hallmarks of this biblical book written by King Solomon is his observations of life.
One of the thinks that King Solomon discusses is the vanity of having so many things or working so hard, yet not being satisfied in our souls. Just as it was true thousands of years ago, we can have so many material things in our lives and still be deeply dissatisfied deep in our souls.
Today’s piano improvisation is a return to the sound of the ethereal piano with background synth pads. It is slow, intentional, and has plenty of space to allow yourself to pause (selah) and pray, rest, and reflect.
My hope is that you will discover those things that truly bring joy and satisfaction to your soul. Invest in these things. Be intentional about these things. It is my personal belief that we will never be satisfied in our souls as long as we are separated from our Creator. Confess your sins and allow your heart to be reconciled to Father God. Allow His Spirit to flood your soul with peace and satisfaction.
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