by: Michele-Lyn Ault
This Hebrew phrase — kol d’mama de kah — means still small voice.
When Elijah was on the mountain worn out fleeing from his enemies, the Lord met Him. But not in the wind. Not in the earthquake. Not in the fire. The Lord was in the sound of gentle stillness — a still small voice.
In Hebrew it is like when a mama gets a hold of her new born baby and she gets in real close — close enough for there to be an exchange of breath, a communication that only makes sense to her.
Kol d’mama de kah is a posture and exchange of intimacy unique to you and God. In that place you access His enormous supply, and it is where you are going to find all you need today. His invitation to you is, come.