When Did God Stop Speaking?

Many professing Christians, and among them even preachers, will tell you that God does not speak, that whatever God wanted to say was recorded in the Bible, and the Bible is the Word of God. There is nothing further from the truth. God has always spoken and God has never stopped speaking. God never changes. God speaks and those with ears listen, they hear Him. Jesus said:”My sheep hear My voice, and they follow Me.” It is written in the Bible that if any man needs wisdom let him ask of God who gives to all men freely, and it will be given to him.

If we draw closer to Jesus, He draws closer to us and Jesus reveals Himself to those who seek Him. Those who say that God does not speak just do not know Him. Those who know Jesus, know His voice, they listen to Him and they follow Him. If we obey the gospel of Jesus Christ, His words that He spoke, as they were also recorded in Matthew Mark Luke and John, if we repent and turn to Jesus, be baptized in water, stop sinning, and we live according to His words then Jesus reveals Himself to us. He gives the Holy Spirit in us, Who will speak to us, who will teach us and guide us, will tell us things to come.

Jesus is alive and He speaks and those who know Him hear his voice. Many just deny Christ, among them professing Christians. They prefer not to listen, they are not interested in hearing what God says, but if we seek Jesus, if we ask Him He will reveal Himself to us and we will know Him for real. Jesus Christ is the Living God and He speaks. His sheep hear His voice they follow Him. Are you one of His sheep? Do you know His voice and do you follow Him.

May Jesus bless you.

About Jan Boshoff - finalcall07

A bond servant of Jesus Christ
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