“And after the fire came a gentle whisper.” Andrea’s story clarifies the value of listening closely to that still small voice. And the value of waiting.
Last night I was photocopying some pages from a book and they were coming out smeared in the center, the words blurry and hard to decipher. I tried turning the book in all different directions but still, the copy was blurry. It wasn’t until I pressed hard on the book’s spine, the book’s center, that the book lay flat and copied clearly.
This got me to thinking how sometimes this is how it is with certain things in our life—we have to press really hard into the center, Jesus, for guidance or discernment into a situation.
Because sometimes He speaks in a still, small voice—like that quiet teacher who somehow commands a classroom without raising her voice, whose words we don’t want to miss so we crane our necks and ears to listen with intention.
So I know in this blog I advocate that dating can be healthy, and I…
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