From the Pastor’s Desk

Sunday, May 31, 2020

“I will stand my watch and set myself on the rampart, and watch to see what He will say to me, and what I will answer when I am corrected.” (Habakkuk 2:1)

Hearing the voice of God is the birthright of the born-again. Like Habakkuk, we can take a posture before God that enables us to hear His voice. 1) Meet with the Lord regularly in a special place of prayer; “I will stand my watch.” 2) Look for God to speak to you in dreams and visions: I will “watch to see.” 3) Listen for the word of the Lord: “He will say to me.” 4) Keep a journal of things that God says: “Write the vision.” 5) Wait for God to bring it to pass: “It will surely come.”

Open, honest, hear-to-heart relationship with God makes our devotions dynamic. Habakkuk’s transparent interchange with God models for us a real relationship with the Lord rather than a religious one. God invites us to bring our deepest questions, internal struggles, and turmoil before Him. He welcomes our questions and is able to answer the; however, be prepared that His answers may be different from what you expect.

You are loved, Pastor Don

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