Listening to God

In most of the arts today instruction is eagerly sought and readily available. But where can one be taught the art of listening? It is one of the oldest and most essential of the arts. Mankind's education and progress depend largely on how we listen and to what we listen.

Listening to God brings rich blessings to mankind. By listening to God on Mount Sinai, Moses was able to receive the Ten Commandments. All through the Scriptures one finds records of how priests, prophets, and apostles heard God's voice and obeyed. As a result the people of those days were guided, protected, and fed. So in our day men need to listen to God expectantly, patiently, as the Psalm advises, "Be still, and know that I am God." Ps. 46:10,

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