P.S. On Hearing God’s Voice

I suspect the planet has never before been this noisy.

The cell phone set my corded phone free. I can now hear it ring from any place on earth.  Television morphed into a portable device.

With careful planning, I can even sneak my computer into a desert spiritual retreat.

Enormous libraries of books and music now fit into small pockets.notHearingGod

Should I choose, never again will I have to live with silence.

As a 21st century Christian I find myself challenged to provide God with quiet channels. Is it possible I am using all of the band width while leaving no room for God’s frequency?

I remind me (and you) it is in thirsting after God that will cause me to shut off the noise and move into the range of His voice.

Stay tuned.

Dr. Gary J. Sorrells – Reflecting on Cross Church


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About Dr. Gary Sorrells

From birth to death, I am God-wired. My body is not as energized as in earlier times, yet as my soul runs toward the finish line it carries a dream. I want to give glory to God by writing. Only now is the timing right to lean hard into this gift from God. For the first time in life, the totality of my God walk with family, the church, academic training, work experience, life scars, and accrued wisdom, provides value to share through the written word. It is as if all of the trails of life are crossing at this point. My formal education includes the B.A., M.A. and the Doctor of Ministry degrees in Bible from Abilene Christian University. Between 1980 and 2011, I worked with the Non-Profit entity, Great Cities Missions. I currently serve as Director Emeritus and as a member of the Board of Trustees. -Gary J Sorrells Gary@GodReflection.org

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