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  To Commune with God how much do we have to let our guard down during a worship time or teaching or even a quiet time before we can commune with Him. What stipulations do we put on being with Him? Do we have to know our surroundings well? Do we have to have had a perfect day free from any offense, bitterness, or daily drudgery? Do we have to have the right bible, the right music, or be around the right people just so we can “be” with Him? What does it take of us humans to realize God IS with us. Jesus has come and a way has been made! Especially, where two or more are gathered in His name.

Well, we are in good company. The disciples walked side by side with Jesus and half the time didn’t know what He was talking about. So Lord, even if You’re speaking right now unharden my heart and let me hear You.

Maybe I am afraid to hear what He has to say. He is melting that part of me…that fear of Him that keeps me from Him. No Lord You did not intend to be separate from us like the children of Israel who were too afraid to go to the mountain and shoved Moses out there. Is that the way we feel about Him. We look to people behind a pulpit or with a microphone and say-’no, you just go and bring me back something.’ When they do bring it back we critique it harshly.

Come, let’s go to the mountain of the Lord together.


Comment from Nick Weisenfels
Time: July 17, 2007, 11:49 am

Yes… as the Psalmist remarks:

“I was glad when they said unto me: ‘Let us go unto the House of the Lord.’”

Comment from Nyla
Time: July 26, 2007, 1:25 pm

What was it you said in an earlier post about not being an intellectual, not wise in speech or understanding?? Whatever! You are walking in a Holy Spirit wisdom that blows me away and continually blesses me.

“He is melting that part of me…that fear of Him that keeps me from Him.” This is SO true! Each moment I spend in His presence is softening me and driving out fear which is enabling me to accept more and more of His love which is changing me! Woohoo! Love walking with you sister!

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