Saturday, February 10, 2001 4:40 a.m.
Yesterday, we had a big change in the temperature. When the day began and we had left the house it was 60 degrees, and when the day ended and we were returning home, it was 20 degrees with 50 mile an hour winds. We drove home in the wind and rain which quickly turned into sleet. The wind was so strong I could hardly open my car door, and once I did open it the wind almost blew me away. It reminded me of how God was not in the wind; He was not in the earthquake; He was not in the fire, but He was in a still small voice. When Elijah heard that still small voice he wrapped his face in his mantel. (I Kings 19:11-13). God comes to us in a still small voice. He never forces Himself upon us, but He quietly speaks to our inner conscious and heart. Sometimes we miss God’s voice because we are looking for Him to come in a big way like the wind, the earthquake, and the fire. But instead, God comes softly and whispers to our heart and says, “Come.”
Thought for Today: If we listen we shall hear His voice.