“And shall make him of quick understanding in the fear of the Lord: and he shall not judge after the sight of his eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of his ears.”
On Thursday of last week I lost my job. I can’t say that it didn’t hurt my feelings because it did. However it didn’t blindside me, because the Lord had been telling me it was going to happen for weeks.
When I read this scripture “and he shall NOT judge after the sight of his eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of his ears” I feel so deeply grateful for my relationship with God. In the natural everything looked fine with my job, even perfect…but the Lord kept revealing to me over and over, that things were not as they seemed. Therefore I was prepared, for what could have been devastating.
Another example of when my relationship with God prevented me from being blindsided, was when He kept telling me that a close friend of mine was speaking curses, gossip and slander over me, and about me. The Lord kept telling me to close the door on my friendship with her, because that season had come to an end. But I loved my friend, and simply couldn’t believe it…I didn’t want to let her go.
She had become my confidant, and someone I shared all my hopes and dreams with. I thought we would always be best friends forever.
Then one day after she and I had finished speaking on the phone, an audio message came in through the text from her, so I played it. The smile on my face quickly fell when I realized that she didn’t know she had been recording herself, and must have sent it by mistake…
The things she was saying about me were not only not true but uncharacteristically cruel. It left me shocked and disillusioned about what we had meant to each other. Although clearly our season together was over, I’m grateful for His gentle Spirit preparing me, so I thanked Him.
Scripture tells us that this way of life, this type of close fellowship with the Lord is possible for every believer. It’s not about who we are, but who He is.
Take a look at ~Jeremiah 33:3…
In some versions like the NLT it says, “Ask me and I will tell you remarkable secrets you do not know about things to come.”
and in essence it means that the Lord will show us things that are happening now, beginning to unfold, and are coming in the future.
The term unsearchable things comes from the Hebrew word batsar:
batsar: to cut off, make inaccessible, enclose
Original Word: בָּצַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (baw-tsar’)
Definition: to cut off, make inaccessible, enclose
it means hidden, or covered up…
Wow, as the scripture tells us “the rain will fall on the just, and the unjust alike” but it doesn’t have to leave the spirit filled believer devastated. We can walk through all the challenges that come with living in a fallen world, without one single thing or person catching us off guard or unprepared.
If you would like to hear God, or hear Him more clearly…take a look at this free online class. “Hearing God” by Bob Hamp
It’s seriously life changing.
“Hearing the voice of God is the central activity of living a life of freedom and restoration into your creative design.”
Also let me leave you with a book recommend today of “The God I Never Knew” by Pastor Robert Morris