In One Ear
“Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts.” Hebrews 4:1-10 This is the third time in Paul’s letter to the Hebrews that he encourages them to listen to the voice that speaks the truth about God’s love and God’s mercy for those who believe. He encourages them not to be like their ancestors in the wilderness. Today we work so hard at building our relationship with our children because we want to spare them the struggles that we experienced. Yet there are times when they refuse to listen. There are things we say that simply go “in one ear and out the other.” So too, I believe that God has given us his Word through Christ that we may not struggle. Each day given is an opportunity to hear and respond to the Gospel. As I think of the numerous things my mother has shared with me to which I payed little attention, I am thankful that God has given me today, that I may listen. Today I seek to hear. Today my heart is open to respond.
Let us continue to pray and encourage our children and one another to hear and obey according to God’s truth and we too shall enter His rest.
Thank you for this clear reminder to “listen today”–I’m pricking up the ears of my heart. God bless you–love, sis Caddo
You’re Welcome and as God continues to speak I pray you will hear every word. God Bless you as well my sister. Deirdre
Reminds me of the Shema. Thank you for the reminder.
Sent you an email today and would love to hear from you. Mary Ann
Your Welcome I pray that you are doing well early in this Lenten Season.