He does the impossible when I call: He answers…

confide in a friend

God: time isn’t the barrier; when He needs me, I responds…

Jeremiah 33:3 (KJV) “Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not”.

In this life we are surrounded by more folks than it is possible to get to know in any one dispensation, yet with all that many of us don’t have someone to talk to and form close relations that will help us grow within or society.

It is a sad and perturbing situation; many might not agree, but the blood stain over our door post creates a difference which dictate that you walk differently from those in the world. It is a privilege but it has it alter expectation.

Is it that our only expectation is have a valid conversation with those we can see? I think not, the word of God behooves us to “call unto me”, being the God of the world, our Father, the one who created us and formed us and knows every intricate thing about us. Call unto Him, in the morning, at night and even in the noon day.

He then will respond and bring about conversations and information and direction we never thought to ever experience. As for me: I live for those moments…..

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6 Responses to He does the impossible when I call: He answers…

  1. In “the old days,” we had telephone numbers that had letters that preceded them. So, you have shown the personal phone number of God: “JER 333.” We never encounter a busy signal, neither is God sharing a “4 party line.” (you might want to talk to a grand parent about this thought) .Blessings to you; the post is very good.

  2. osarobohenry says:

    Thank you so much my friend for such reminder. Most times we always forget to ask Him most especially when the going is sweet and we will remember Him when things get tough. May He give us the grace to always remember to ask Him before we make any move in the name of Jesus Christ. God’s blessings to you and happy Thursday.

  3. Thanks for your like of my post. “The Isaiah 54:17 Challenge.” The challenge for all of us is to keep to the parameters of who is talking to whom. In this passage it is easy to see that bad things happen to good people. The Jews will never have peace until Jesus returns and sets up His Millennial Kingdom (Zech 14:1-13) after He subdues the forces of Satan. Isaiah is clearly speaking to the Jews about their peaceful life during the Millennium. Check the first verse of Chap 1. The context of vs 17 is built around the entire chapter. The teaching is not that we will not ever suffer bad things in this life; just look around! The prophecy is one that many people use to back a belief that we, believers in Christ, will not suffer from evil. That belief is incorrect.

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