Then Will I Hear from Heaven

April 15 2020
Series: Misc Sermons

Bible Passage: 2 Corinthians 7:13-14

There’s going to be times when God gets silent and it’s to remind you of who you are. We have no idea what’s going on right now, some of the things you hear or see is believable while others is not. Don’t get caught up in the hype of the media and keep your eyes on God. God is wanting folks to get down on their knees and humble themselves.Get ahold of the comforter, He said He would hear but He didn’t say He would answer. How many times have you poured out your heart on the altar and God comes to you in a big way? Yet, there was those other times when you poured out your heart and it was silent.
When God talks, it’s nice but when He’s silent it’s always troubling.

God gave Daniel some great revelations. Now for about 21 days God didn’t talk to Daniel also during this time Daniel didn’t give up. He prayed regardless of the silence from God. Many of times we’ll bow down and pray and do our duty and get right back up. We did our 10 minute prayer and we’re done. We should pray until we hear from God. Don’t quit till you hear from God until the answer is fulfilled.

Why is this happening right now. Is God still in control? Yes, God is still in control and He’s not surprised about anything that’s going on. So what can we do? Don’t let you problems or stress take over your. Mind and heart. In Habakkuk we see the same thing, does God care?

Dad, it’s time you step up and be the man God has called you to be. If you don’t teach your family how good God is then the world will tell them how horrible He is. We live in a land of plenty but their are people starving to death spiritually. Get out of the low lands of sin and sorrow and get on the highland, the altar. get out of Facebook and get into Gods book. Facebook is not evil, it has an off button. Get off of CNN and get into Gods word and His news. Too many people are looking for someone else’s responses. You should be looking to God and allow Him to show you how to respond.

In Habakkuk we see that he had a burden and began to call out to God. The altar is a place where burdens change shoulders. God will give you rest if you’d get off of the junk of the world.