Thankfulness for the ability to listen to God

Greetings!

One of the things I love the most in music. I love playing, writing, and listening to music. I love being able to hear what God has given us to show us his beauty.

But have you ever thought about what a gift it is to be able to listen to God?

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The ability to talk to the God who created us, the God who knows us in and out, better than we do, is a great and wonderful gift. But not only can we bring our thoughts to him, by reading his word, and listening to other wise Christians, God can speak to us, letting us know what he wants for our life.

You know that feeling when you read a bible verse or something and it just perfectly fits something you are dealing with? Or maybe you prayed about an answer to something you were worrying about, and a specific passage gives you the peace you needed?

We sometimes take it for granted, because, I mean, that’s what a good Christian is supposed to feel, right? The people in the Christian movies have those moments, and so it SHOULD come natural, right?

You know what I’m talking about. There it is again: this is how it SHOULD be for a “good Christian”. 

But what if instead of something that “just happens”, it is a true gift from God? What if those times are just a glimmer of the kind of relationship we were meant to have with God before the fall?

I hope that we can remember that moments hearing what God has to say to you is a true gift from God.

Until next time,

In service to the King,

Claire Rachel<3

 

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2 thoughts on “Thankfulness for the ability to listen to God

  1. Olivia Bell

    Yes! This is so true! It is such a gift and definitely should never be taken for granted. God is so good, communicating with Him is so wonderful, just think what Heaven will be like! 😀

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