I came across this verse from Alive to God this morning. And I have to share it:
From 2 Kings 6. An unusual encounter. A great story. Axe heads don’t float. But with God, all sorts of things are possible. Perhaps you are facing a seemingly impossible situation. Take heart. God can make axe heads float…
So in your situation – I’m trusting He will come through for you…
On the weekend, I watched some episodes of Suits – Season 5 (study break ;). Some of the episodes came with “subtitles” – and from that I noted something interesting:
They are there for those views who are deaf. So in the show when there are the music bits… the subtitles describe the type of music playing:
(I was surprised with some of the descriptions that the series came up with…)
But it got me thinking with gratitude. I am glad I can hear.
I thought further.
There are two types of deaf people. Those born deaf, or those who become deaf because of an accident or something?
I just wondered how life for both of those people must be? Those who could hear in the past. Is there a particular song or sound they’d give anything to hear again?
Those who have never known “music” – wow! Imagine that?
So, this week. Count the blessing of your hearing…
I then came across this piece from Instagram. A different angle to sound and silence:
Sound is a valuable thing. But “noise” can be too much!
Psalm 4: 4 “Tremble, and do not sin; Meditate in your heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah.”