Have you heard Him speak?

God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds. [Hebrews 1:1-2]

continuing from yesterday’s post

Today, God continues to speak. He continues to declare His agenda and seasons for our world. Today, His Voice can only be heard and understood in one man – the Lord Jesus Christ! There is no other name or person or throne by which it has been appointed for man to know the Voice of God. His name is Jesus Christ. He is the only man by whom all men can hear the voice of God. Therefore the Heavens declare to all men and all beings in all the created realms to “hear Him!” Listen to the Lord Jesus!

Have you heard Him speak?
Have you listened to the Voice of His Spirit?
I have heard him speak. I have heard him whisper in my ears the glorious realities of the Light. His words spoken to me has lifted me into sharing in the God life; His words has overhauled my entire framework of mind…now I am fit to fellowship with Deity in all the soundless depths and themes of Reality! Glory to God! Has your heart heard Him speak?

There is no other way, today, by which a man can find and live for God’s purposes apart from Jesus Christ. No other name!

There is no other way a man can be indelibly transformed for good but by the power of His Spirit! No other way! No other name! Selah!

Would you open your heart to the Voice of His Spirit today?
Would you incline your ears to His words?
Would you cause your feet to follow the path charted by His words today?
Would you?

…will you?



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