Hebrews 1, 1-2: “Long ago God spoke many times and in many ways to our ancestors through the prophets. And now in these final days, he has spoken to us through his Son. God promised everything to the Son as an inheritance, and through the Son he created the universe.”

Let’s be honest: there are times when we feel God is a million miles away, and during such times we’re not even sure He speaks into our lives. If we feel this way we need to remember that generation after generation God has never been silent. He is actually way too passionate about us to not try to get our attention. And He has done so in various ways. Yes, we have a God who communicates! He has shared the truth with us for as long as there have been people. And while times have changed, truth never did. Neither did God.

We are all familiar with upgrades. Technology is always improving, and it has affected the way we communicate. The invention of the telephone (not to mention wireless phones) connected us globally and revolutionized human communication. Remember the snail mail? Remember how long it took to get a letter from one continent to another? Letters had to be shipped. And if your letter happened to be on a ship that never made it to the harbor you had to send another one. Long distance communication was difficult to say the least.

If cellphones and computers revolutionized human communication, how much more did divine communication improve with the arrival of God’s Son on planet Earth? It is so much easier for us humans to grasp God’s message of love by just observing the life of His Son Jesus. Jesus walked the talk. He is called “The Word” for a reason. In Him God’s Word became flesh and bones. Whatever God has been trying to say through His prophets throughout the centuries is now plain to see in His Son. The difference in communication is like night and day – similar to shipping an important letter to a distant country versus using a telephone. The question is: have we picked up the phone yet? Do we give God the time of day and lend Him an ear? That’s for you and me to decide. However, if we do pick up the phone and let God speak into our lives, good things are going to happen. Our lives will never be the same.

God speaks to us through His Son. How wonderful is that!

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