How to Get an Answer From TheLordGodAlmighty With One Easy Question
Sometimes we hit a wall.
We’ve done our readings, we’ve discussed things with trusted friends, we’ve meditated or taken a nature walk.
We’ve done everything we can think of to receive our answer and STILL find ourselves looking at a person or situation that troubles us -- and we DON’T KNOW what GOD THINKS we should do.
Some of us, having received no answer to “What should I do?” may sigh and reluctantly ask, “What is my lesson here?”
And sometimes there IS a lesson, and we DO see it, and then we know what to do.
BUT SOME OTHER TIMES
We still come up empty.
So here it is, my friends. I AM GOING TO TELL YOU HOW TO GET AN ANSWER FROM THELORDGODALMIGHTY WITH ONE SIMPLE QUESTION.
When you are truly coming up empty, and none of the usual probing questions are helpful, try asking this one:
“What are you trying to give me?”
After all, if you believe that God is Good, and He wants Only Good for you -- and LET’S BE HONEST THAT'S WHAT YOU SAY TO OTHER PEOPLE ALL THE TIME -- if you believe this, then no matter how lost you’re feeling about yourself, another person or a situation, the simple truth is that in the midst of it all,
God is trying to give you Something Good.
When you ask the question, "What are you trying to give me?" Things...change.
So ask it, then LISTEN.
Some of you will hear The Still Small Voice, and you’ll KNOW. You'll look at that person or that situation again, and this time you’ll know what He is trying to give you.
Some of you say you cannot hear Him in this way. To you I say:
Watch over the course of the days that follow your question. Where are doors closing? (And where are they opening?) What are the nudges that won’t. stop. coming? Where are the "nos" and where are the "yeses" in your world? And can you accept these as gifts from a God who only wants to give Something Good to you? It may come over you slowly, but it most certainly comes... and then you KNOW what He is trying to give you.
And just like that, You have your answer.
Remember. You can't see if you don't look. :)