No connection

Hi and good afternoon

we often hear how important it is for us to keep the channels of communication open in every relationship – marriage, friendship, work, government, sporting teams etc.

well I have found myself in a place where my internet and mobile connections are very very bad and as I need to have constant communication for work have found this really hard- having to go outside to work or sit in the car to make calls etc.

but even though I was frustrated yesterday afternoon and today  I suppose if I am honest, it was my decision to be here in the first place.

The comparison is obvious. My Heavenly Father is always available and ready to communicate with me ( my sheep hear my voice we read in the Bible) . But do I take my self into places where I can’t hear His voice?

Think on I say…… Yes even at work I can find time to step aside as Moses would say to spend time with the lord. it’s my choice.

have a good one

 

 

3 thoughts on “No connection

    1. The real question is have you prayed to ask God into your life as Saviour ? If you have then you are miraculously connected to Him by the power of the Spirit of God through Jesus.

      Sometimes we ask questions that miss the real point. Can I gently suggest this has happened in this instance?

    2. It is clear from the Bible that God not only hears prayers of His saints, but that He also answers their prayers. God says to Christians that He will listen to your prayers. He will also answer your prayers. In fact, God tells the believer that they can come to His throne boldly and ask Him for help (Hebrews 4:16). But our prayers must be in alliance with God’s own, perfect will (Matt. 26:39).

      God can choose to answer any prayer He sees fit. But Scripture clearly indicates that God does not listen to or answer every prayer. In fact, Scripture gives at least fifteen reasons for unanswered prayer. God does not answer the prayer of those:

      1) Who have personal and selfish motives. (James 4:3).
      2) Who regard iniquity in their hearts. (Psalm 66:18).
      3) Who remain in sin. (John 9:31).
      4) Who offer unworthy service to God.
      5) Who forsake God. (Jeremiah 14:10-12).
      6) Who reject God’s call.(Proverbs 1:24-25, 28).
      7) Who will not heed God’s law.. (Zechariah 7:11-13).
      8) Who turn a deaf ear to the cry of the poor. (Proverbs 21:13).
      9) Who are violent. (Isaiah 1:15; see also 59:2-3).
      10) Who worship idols.(Jeremiah 11:11-14; see also Ezekiel 8:15-18).
      11) Who have no faith. (James 1:6-7).
      12) Who are living in hypocrisy. (Luke 12:1).
      13) Who are proud of heart. (James 4:6; 1 Peter 5:5).
      14) Who are self-righteous. (Luke 18:11-14).
      15) Who mistreat God’s people. (Micah 3:2-4).

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