There are points in a dialogue where it must become a monologue.E.K
“There is a time to be silent and a time to speak.” (Ecclesiastes 3:7b)
We all scream that we have a relationship with God but do we give ear to hear what He has to say?
Or is our time with God all about us?
Amongst the noise of our praise, thanksgiving, worries and anxieties, He is always willing to speak to us – but too many times we speak (pray/worship/read) and leave it at that.
Yes, we enter into His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise (Psalm 100:4), but there is a time for all things as the author of Ecclesiastes says “There is a time to be silent and a time to speak.”
Prayer is like this too. It is simply conversation with God. There are times to speak and times we must be silent. Give time to hear Him.
Wait on Him as the psalmist David says. He will speak.
Help me to wait on You.
Teach me to hear Your voice.
Knead my heart to be
Attentive to Your voice,
Retentive to Your voice
And subjective to Your voice.
In Jesus’ lovely and wonderful name,
“Wait for and confidently expect the LORD; Be strong and let your heart take courage; Yes, wait for and confidently expect the LORD.”
PSALM 27:14 AMP
“My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.”
John 10:27 NKJV
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