Tuned In: If God is Speaking, Why is There so Much Static?

Tuned In: If God is Speaking, Why is There so Much Static?

Remember radios?? Back in the day, the sound of static on the radio meant you were not tuned in to the signal or frequency of the station. If you wanted to hear music, news or sports, you had to take a moment to tune in, moving the dial so you could hear the station clearly.

God is speaking constantly.

What if your desire to tune in matched His desire to speak? What signal or frequency does God use to speak?

Psalm 19:1-6 describes God’s unspoken WORD through His creation. When was the last time you stepped outside and tuned in by looking up and out at God’s unspoken WORD? What did you hear? Psalm 19:7-11 describes God’s spoken WORD through the Scriptures. Do you regularly take time to tune in by learning what His voice sounds like, what He’s passionate about, what He wants for you to know? John 16:12-15 describes God’s special WORD through the Holy Spirit, who indwells you. Have you ever tuned in by listening? When was the last time you were still long enough to hear the Spirit of God whisper words of encouragement, guidance and truth?

Does the static in your life tune out God’s voice? Identify your personal static and move the dial to tune in to God’s voice by looking, learning and listening. God longs for all to hear His voice…Who needs your help to tune in?

Psalm 19; Isaiah 55:1-3; John 16:12-15

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Debbie McGoldrick is the founder of NBS2GO and blessed to be married to Mark and the adoptive mother of Melissa and Matt. Debbie is an avid collector of heart rocks and shells, a lover of color and always looking for a reason to go to the beach.

1 Comment
  1. That’s right honey you and I have wonderful times of listening. Deb and I have found as a couple and separately that God is speaking to us all the time all we need to do is open our ears and listen and we can hear his voice clearly.

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