Huh?

Although I posted this to be somewhat amusing, I’m reminded of how often this is my first inclined response when I first sense His immediate, and unexpected, communication or “voice.” It is with a surprised, “Huh?”

I am reminded that in the OT those in close relationship with God, such as Abraham, would respond with an immediate, “Here I am.” Doesn’t sound like it was a surprise to them when the Lord communicated in such a way.

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Published by: G.W. πŸ˜‰

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3 thoughts on “Huh?”

    1. Excellent idea, Gary, my friend! Think I’ll go down to the river and throw in a line. Bet their biting today. Just had a few flood stages with all the rain, but now has a nice flow to it. Thank you for that reminder! πŸ™‚

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