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  1. David on August 13, 2014 at 8:29 am

    “I would call these types of occurrences subtle encounters. They are valid, they are edifying, they are important and they are gifts from Him. Let’s not relegate them to something less than God touching His elect so that we may be gently reminded that He is near”

    I know just what you mean … and am grateful to the Lord for them, while longing for more. Thankfully “draw near to God and He will draw nigh to you”(James 4:8) is still a promise – and if there is distance it is not He Who has changed but we who have wandered off, distracted and seduced by lesser things.

    “Oh that God will give us all a heart of flesh, a heart that thrills at the prospect of hearing our Lord, a heart that refuses to be satisfied with anything less”
    Amen, brother!



  2. Dan on August 12, 2014 at 9:12 pm

    Nice thoughts. I always think of Christianity as a restoration of the broken relationship between man and God. God constantly speaks to us (and we back through prayer). Often when we feel God is not speaking it is more that the still small voice in which he often speaks is drowned out by all the noise in our lives.



  3. Doug Lyle on August 11, 2014 at 6:41 pm

    A somewhat cynical remark here: modern Christians are often like the people of Israel who told Moses that they would listen to him but were afraid to hear God again. Fast forward a few thousand years and you find Christians preferring the religion they know (and control) to encountering the One they say they worship. Oh that God will give us all a heart of flesh, a heart that thrills at the prospect of hearing our Lord, a heart that refuses to be satisfied with anything less.