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GOD has not forgotten you. HE has not left you. Reach for HIM, take hold of HIM. Never let HIM go. HE will be better than your best dreams, greater than  your wildest imaginations.  Learn HIS Ways, trust HIM, rest in HIM. With GOD, everything, everything is going to be alright!.

Isaiah 60:1 Arise, shine; for thy light is come,  and The Glory of THE  LORD is risen upon thee.”

To Hear

The Heart of The Matter

 Remember, “to hear” in Hebrew has three meanings:

1. To hear

2. To obey

3. To become famous

This is the true meaning of: “To Hear”. 

Thus, when one hears, they must first

perceive what the other person is saying. They must hear, perceive, they must penetrate to the essence of  the matter, to truly” hear”. Once “heard”, one can truly obey, not just with external actions, but with inner heart, directing one’s soul to be all engaged on doing what one has

heard; which must be—ideally– with reference obviously to The Things of GOD.  We hear and obey, being two parts of a greater whole, of The Word: “ to hear”. The Third facet of this diamond, is to become famous. For the one that truly “hears GOD”, and obeys with the whole heart and soul, GOD will raise up and become “famous”.  “Hear” HIM.

both said and unspoken but not hearing both, is to not be engaged, separate from the event, two people speaking and not-to that degree connected, no true communication, is a travesty, inhumane, uncaring, even unloving, in a deeper spiritual sense. 

Then, even worse, one cannot take that which was spoken but not truly ”heard”  and obey that, for the that is at first, not even truly heard, and thus misrepresented.  The two parties are ever more apart, and one will not be able to do what has not been first  “heard”.

Not  “to hear” is a tragedy, life threatening, destructive in many, many ways.  To “not hear” someone, to misunderstand, to not perceive the deeper meaning of their heart behind the words, even the intrinsic meaning of the words used, what is

For HIS Glory


         or Not To Hear   

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