Enoch’s Prayer

The Vision of Enoch

I speak to you.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I spoke to you
When you were born.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I spoke to you
At your first sight.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I spoke to you.
At your first word.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I spoke to you.
At your first thought.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I spoke to you
At your first song.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the grass of the meadows.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the trees of the forests.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the valleys and the hills
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the Holy Mountains
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the rain and the snow
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the waves of the sea.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the dew of the morning.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the peace of the evening.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the splendor of the sun.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the brilliant stars.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the storm and the clouds.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the thunder and lightning.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you
Through the mysterious rainbow
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I will speak to you
When you are alone
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I will speak to you
Through the Wisdom of the Ancients
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I will speak to you
At the end of time.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I will speak to you
When you have seen my Angels.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I will speak to you
Throughout Eternity.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.

I speak to you.
Be still.
Know
I am
God.


Elijah and Enoch – seventeenth-century icon, Historic Museum in Sanok, Poland

Enoch is of the Antediluvian period in the Hebrew Bible. Enoch was son of Jared and fathered Methuselah. This Enoch is not to be confused with Cain’s son Enoch. The text of the Book of Genesis says Enoch lived 365 years before he was taken by God. The text reads that Enoch “walked with God: and he was no more; for God took him” (Gen 5:21–24), which some Christians interpret as Enoch’s entering Heaven alive.

Enoch is the subject of many Jewish and Christian traditions. He was considered the author of the Book of Enoch[2] and also called Enoch the scribe of judgment. The New Testament has three references to Enoch from the lineage of Seth (Luke 3:37, Hebrews 11:5, Jude 1:14–15).

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