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Daily Inspiration - Wednesday, April 1, 2020

“The LORD says, "It shall come to pass that before they call, I will answer; And while they are still speaking, I will hear." Isaiah 65:24

Your words are not the only way to talk to God. Tears, sighs, and even silence can communicate with your Heavenly Father in the same way that a look on your face can communicate what you're feeling to a family member or a friend. Those who know you well can understand what runs even deeper than words, just by being in your presence.

The Creator of the universe is always in your presence—although that's easy to forget sometimes. Even though He knows your every thought, prayer reminds you that God is near. It causes you to include Him in every aspect of your day, even in the little details.

Charles H. Spurgeon said: “We should speak to God from our own hearts and talk to Him as a child talks to his father.”

Final Thought

When you wake up, before you fall asleep, whether you are feeling fearful or joyful; anytime is the right time to talk to God.

Prayer

Father, sometimes I get so busy in my daily life that I forget to communicate with You. Thank You that You are always with me, no matter where I am or what I am doing. Help me to include You in every aspect of my life. This I pray, in Jesus name, Amen.

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