Do you ever talk to a friend and realize they are not listening to a word you say? They're nodding their head but you can see the blank, glassy-eyed look that tells you their mind is anywhere but where you are.
Do you realize that God is never too busy to listen to and answer your prayers? Even while the whole world is in need of His help, you have His ear at anytime and at any moment. I don't know about you but that is a major comfort to me, especially with everything that is going on in my life. Let's put this into our technological world. There are so many gadgets that are supposed to make life easier, like computers, laptops, cell phones, touch pads, GPS, and just about anything else you can imagine. We get ourselves so busy by allowing ourselves to be available 24/7, that there is no time for silence. When our toys don't work, and we check on the warranty and find it has expired. Now what?! Nothing of this world has a life-time guarantee on it. Don't get me wrong; there are many times we need to be available to others. What about God in this scenario? Are you too busy for Him?
There is only one true, lifetime guarantee that you can count on all the time; that is a life of living with God. You can talk with Him at anytime. There will never be a busy signal, and you don't have to worry about the equipment not working. Just silence your heart and open up to God with your joys, dreams, and with your sorrows. God wants you to know that He is there for you.
"When God wanted to guarantee His promises, He gave His word, a rock-solid guaranteeGod CAN'T break His word. And because His word cannot change, the promise is likewise UNCHANGEABLE."
God is so dependable you never have to fret that He isn't there for you. God loves you and is waiting for you to acknowledge who He is with your love, thankfulness and praises for all that He has done for you. You can count on Him for everything in your lifeIT IS A GUARANTEE AND HIS WORD IS UNCHANGEABLE.
PASSAGE: Hebrews 6:18 (The Message)
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