SILENT PRAYER – a tree on the banks of the river

Silent Prayer alone or in a group.


You move into the ‘Secret Place of the Most High’

It is here you give expression to:- Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth! Psalm 46:10
Silent Prayer began with Moses, Deuteronomy 32, Psalm 91.
It continued with David, Psalm 23, Psalm 131.
Jesus taught it, Matthew 11, John 10, John 17.

Revelation completed it, Revelation 5.

Jesus guides us, and makes it possible. We enter it through Him.


Settle in a place of silent stillness.
You forsake all to Jesus, you give Him lordship over everything in your life.

You become mendicant, a beggar, poor in spirit, for all the cares and concerns on your heart are with the Lordship of Jesus now.

Hands outstretched you are open and empty, ready to fill your heart with the Lord.

You go through the door which is Jesus.

There you find yourself dwelling in the Secret Place of the Most High.

You are clothed in a robe of righteousness.

You are still.

You simply magnify and exalt God. None of you, all of Him.

You know God.

You enter His rest.

You are given peace, a peace which assures you really all is well no matter what your circumstances.

You have joy in His presence.

You are ‘delighted in’, and you ‘delight in’ Him.

At times you may sense exalting Him together with your brothers and sisters, around the throne.


Forsaking all.

Covered in His righteousness.

Dwelling in the Secret Place of the Most High.

Silent stillness.

Rest that Jesus gives you.

Peace that really all is well.

Joy of knowing you are ‘delighted in’ and ‘delighting in’ in return.

The closest intimacy.

Oneness with your brothers and sisters. One in Us John 17 (us with the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit).

Led out by Jesus into Pasture, Holy Spirit resting on you in power, doing Father’s Will.


Try the 'Silent Prayer Exercise' with the accompanying 'Magnify & Exalt' sheet.