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A Different Perspective - January 2

  • 2018 Jan 02
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James' Diary
by Berni Dymet

Ex. 3:4 When the LORD saw that he had turned aside to see, God called to him out of the bush, "Moses, Moses!" And he said, "Here I am."

A friend of mine, James, was telling me the other day how he'd been racing out for a meeting, and had this distinct impression that he should go back and grab his diary. A prompting that he duly ignored.

Something happened on the way to the meeting, and he needed to call the person he was going to see to change the arrangements.

Problem was he didn't have the phone number.

Yeah, you guessed it; it was in the diary back on his desk.

Looking back on it, he realized that God had been doing him a favor, giving him a little nudge, a little heads up to prepare him for something that was about to happen.

It was very much, a voice out of the blue. God does that you know. 

I think most of us would be able to point back to a time when we heard that small voice, and did precisely what James did - we ignored it!

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