Take A Seat


 The voice of God is powerful. Or at least the version that I’ve heard is. Although I have not been able to audibly hear his voice or see particular visions that He has placed in my mind, the ways in which He chooses to speak to me carry an impactful significance. 

He speaks into my struggle. He knows exactly what it is I battle and He pulls a chair out from the table. Inviting me to sit and talk to Him because He cares. I will admit, that sometimes I don’t feel worthy to maintain an intimate relationship with the Creator of the universe, so I often find myself making up excuses for the communications I receive directly from God.

“It was just a councidence” I tell myself. 

“That sermon didn’t exactly cover your struggle.” I will negotiate.

Or maybe, it’s not me that is doing the negotiating.

Maybe it’s the same serpent that caused Eve to second guess the direct words of God. The serpent who caused Eve to second guess her instructions so much that she, and her husband, would change the entire course of history. 

I don’t want the enemy to change the course of my future. I know it will not be easy, but I will have to learn to change every spiritual coincidence into a “God-cidence” and receive it. 

God wants me to know that He sees, He hears, and He cares about me.

I just have to take a seat.



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