Instead of asking does God speak, what if we asked, what do we do when God speaks. I am convinced more and more of His desire to be known, explored —enjoyed. And I am also increasingly convinced of the “two-way street” reality of our relationship. It is not just me going to Him. Or Him pouring out on me. But instead it is a beautiful exchange, a passing of ideas and thoughts, a stirring in both hearts, mine and His.
In the same way that I am hopeful, even fervent, for His response, He is eager and awaiting mine. The word is giddy. Think excited kid before she opens up a present. Think a bride and groom before the pastor announces “the kiss.” Think grinning. Clapping hands. Raised eyebrows. A giddy comment of “Soooo, whatcha gonna do?” from Jesus.
This catches me off guard. I love getting touches, kisses, insights, direction from the Lord. But in recent months, these affections have changed from a delightful act to an incredible invitation. My reactions have moved from “You are too sweet. Thanks, Lord,” to a head shaking, heart pounding, “You are joking, right Lord?”
Jesus is always inviting us into More. Holy Spirit is always revealing the Way into more. The question remains, how will we respond?
Just for fun, here is the crazy conversation He revealed on the way to the beach and home, via billboards. If this isn’t crazy enough, look at the invitation to more that requires an answer. And who, in their right mind, can refuse this Crazy Loving God??
Rest is required
Make outside the place to be
Fall in love all over again
Economic forecasts tend to be shovel ready
Change the way you advertise
Become a fan
Quality without question
Let me be your guide.
Unlock your future.
Whatever it takes. Wherever it takes us.
Uncommonly made. Uncommonly good.
Take home more. Be home more.