Of whom we have many things to say, and hard to be uttered, seeing ye are dull of hearing. Hebrews 5:11
Every meeting the Godchild has with God is a meeting with deity and thus “special”. It is special not just because the Godchild sees it as special, or wishes it to be special but because God sees it as special, and has ordained special blessings for his children in that meeting.
It is the responsibility of the God-child to always ensure he gets blessed in every meeting with deity. He ought to always ensure that for every encounter he has with the lord lie comes out so soaked in the lord that he literally exudes the glory of God.
This was the same experience Moses had in the presence of the lord that the children of Israel could not steadfastly behold his face (Exodus 34: 28-35).
But sadly many can’t trace this in their lives, they can tell that they have been present in much power packed meetings, where they might have even gotten precious promises and prophecies for their situation but after a while they can’t trace the effects of these meetings in their life.
Our opening text gives us the diagnosis for their predicament; they are dull of hearing. It is the nature of a natural man to always forget what he heard and to also commonise the things familiar to him.
Many have been in the church for so long, but because they have become dull to hearing, God can’t bless them anymore. They believe they know all there is to God. These are such that when prayers worship or even the word is going on, they are easily bored.
Never be like that with God. He is a father that longs to bless his children so he daily loads them with benefits, Psalms 35:27 tell us he delights in the prosperity of those that serve him. It is his pleasure.
Never be the one that cannot be taught. When a man cannot be taught of God, he has already started dying. Let the word of God be so precious to you. Give yourself wholly to it, it gives life to all those that find it and is medicine to all their flesh.
I refuse to commonise the word. My delight is the word of God, (constantly) cherish It. And as I constantly behold it I am changed into the image of the family.
1 Timothy 4:15, 2 Timothy 3:16
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