Do you hear Him? Do you listen for Him?
Or is your life a quiet and desperate situation where you feel you are guessing on making your decisions?
No one is more alone than the person who is not hearing from God.
Even the oldest book in our bible addresses the issue.
“For God [does reveal His will; He] speaks not only once, but more than once, even though men do not regard it [including you, Job].”
Including you (fill in name).
There it is.
So the problem is not on God’s end.
The problem is in the hearing. The problem is in the listening.
Am I expecting audible sounds? No.
I expect people to stay close to the study of the Word of God and allow God to “speak” to them through the timeless passages He recorded expressly for that purpose.
It is shocking to find that the level of dedication to the study of God’s Word, the very instrument of revelation between God and man, is not only treated lackadaisically, but often completely ignored.
And you say you’re not hearing from God? Feeling estranged from God? Not getting what you need from God? Feeling abandoned by God?
There is an exchange of the study of His Word for just about any other “better thing to do”.
I am a big supporter of being “impressed” in our spirit by the Holy Spirit. It is another way God has conversation with us, often in the midst of praying. I hear it so loudly sometimes that it almost sounds like a physical voice.
That’s because I am never too far from prayer and the reading and study of His Word.
Prayer unfortunately, has also become somewhat a rarity except for when we realllllllly need something from God.
So in my estimation, from what I see and hear from the midst of the “sturm und drang” (storm and stress), is that there is a critical stage outage in the Church of Jesus Christ as far as connectivity to God is concerned.
God is communicating but His Church is not receiving.
God reveals His will. He speaks and He speaks often.
He yearns to reveal His secrets of life to you. Yes…even you.
Life is only a mystery when we ignore the message from the Author.
Keepin’ it Real,