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    Steven Bliss

    Have you ever wondered if God hears you, or even better, if you hear from
    Him. Consider this scenario from my morning God-walk this morning.

    In my morning walk today, I noticed a train sitting on the track. It was not
    such an unusual site. It was a pleasant morning for a walk and prayer. I
    had just asked God about my life direction when I heard the blast of the
    whistle of an on-coming train. I heard myself say, “Train, train.”

    “What??” I asked. Looking back over the times of my life, He has provided
    many times of growth and training for me. I heard myself asking, “Am I
    getting new training or giving training?” In a few moments, I heard the
    groan of the stationary train as it began to awaken and slowly continue
    it’s southbound journey.

    As we, my dog and self, continued walking I a saw a white “Crystal Water”
    truck enter onto the road-path we were walking. It was unusual to have
    any type such vehicles come into the MetroPark. I turned about again to
    visualize the truck so I could be sure Sadie was safe from it’s approach,
    behind us, but there was now no truck and no natural way for it to have

    I laughed at the idea of the Crystal Water truck “disappearing”, and then
    the familiar sound of another north-bound train. Know that God
    is communicating with us, but we need learn how to receive and
    interpret what He may be telling us.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by Steven Bliss.
    Clu Monroe

    Steven – look what was in today’s Word for the Week from MorningStar! I thought of your post right away 🙂

    Then he showed me a river of the water of life, clear as crystal, coming from the throne of God and of the Lamb, in the middle of its street (Revelation 22:1-2).

    Link to the rest of the post:

    Very cool.

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