Do You Know Who Are You Talking To?

Have you ever felt angry or upset with God?  Have you ever felt like God didn’t  understand  what you were going through?  You pick up the phone and call a friend, then you proceed to tell them all about it. You forget to even check your knee mail because you’re so upset and overwhelmed.  You don’t realize you have tons of messages waiting.  Everybody can tell something’s wrong. Your joy has been cooked rare and your peace is medium rare. You really want a well done life. Life can be rough, turns can take twist and things can get a little crazy but God fully understands our feelings, frustrations and He knows exactly what we are going through. As we are quick to talk to others about our feelings or frustrations, it’s important to remind ourselves to talk to God about everything. God speaks your language and understands your emotions so why not talk to Him? God hears. God listens.  Only God can say well done good and faithful servant.  Trust Him today and do not doubt, then you’ll be able to say it is well with my soul.

Psalm 17:6 I have called upon You, for You will answer me, O God; Incline Your ear to me, hear my speech. 

8 replies on “Do You Know Who Are You Talking To?”

You’re so on target, Lori. I find that when I talk to God about what I’m feeling, I become more clear about what I’m thinking. It’s hard at first to bring my situation to God, only because I’m more used to bringing my life issues to friends. But God is the one who has the wisdom I seek.

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Sometimes it is easier to talk to someone who sits with me face to face because I want a response. However, when they don’t say anything or can’t really relate, THAT is when I realize I should’ve gone to God in the first place. Something about that calming exercise called prayer.


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