You will answer, oh Lord

Never say that God does not listen to your cry, that God is not aware of you, because it is not so. He sees all that is in this world, on earth, under the earth, even in the deepest, where man has not yet been able to reach.

God knows everything. If man has not been able to come, God yes, because all things were done by Him, and He knows where they are, only He. Our heart can not be disturbed, because the Lord is with us all the time.

But I, as a deaf man, heard not; and I was as a dumb man that openeth not his mouth.

Psalm 38:13

At certain times we are very ignorant when God wants to deal with us, but remember that His Words are very clear, that His voice is His word, He speaks to us through it.

There are times when we sit in a place and ask ourselves, why does not God speak to me? Why can not I hear His voice? We do not listen to His voice because we do not pay attention to that beautiful voice, to that sweet voice that can instantly transform us.

Thus I was as a man that heareth not, and in whose mouth are no reproofs.

Psalm 38:14

These words mentioned by the psalmist David, was because he was going through a difficult time, but, although he was distressed, he did not back away, but kept going forward hoping to hear the voice of God which was of encouragement to his soul.

Many people think that God will speak to them when they want, not when God decides, but it is not so, but when God believes it to be His divine will.

For in thee, O Lord, do I hope: thou wilt hear, O Lord my God.

Psalm 38:15

It is good that we do not despair when we pray to God for an answer, but that we say at the same time “that his will be done,” like the psalmist David who said “I hope; You will hear.”

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5 comments on “You will answer, oh Lord

  1. I know that God listens to me.I was going through something and I prayed to God to help me with it.Things are so much better.

  2. You will answer, oh Lord
    Sometimes the Lord God hears our petitions but he does not listen to them.

    For in thee, O Lord, do I hope: wilt hear, O Lord my God. Psalm 38:15

    The psalmist David was waiting on the Lord and says: “Oh Lord, do I hope wilt hear” but the Lord delayed his answer.

    Is there any reason for the Lord not paying attention to our prayers?

    The psalmist David tells us that he acknowledged his sin, he confessed it to the Lord and the Lord forgave the iniquity of his sin. The Lord was displeased with his sin and he did not listen to his prayer.
    We must not assume the Lord hears our petitions if we have transgressed his law. First of all we ought to confess our sin and get peace with God.

    After David confessed his sin, the Lord God attended to his petition, and therefore the psalmist learned the Lord wanted him to confess his sin before answering his prayer. He thought we must be a godly people so that the Lord God hears our prayer in the time he pleases, and he writes:

    “For this shall every one that is godly pray to you in a time when you may be found:”
    (Psalms 32:6)

    May we look for the peace of God in all time so that he listens to our prayer.

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