Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Mysteries of God

Although we will never understand all of the mysteries of God, He loves it when we pursue Him. He wants us to study His ways and His Word, for as we gain greater insight in to His ways, we also gain a better understanding of who He is.

Proverbs 25:2 says: "It is the glory of God to conceal a matter,but it is the Glory of Kings to search the matter out".

I was explaining this attribute of God, as I taught on dreams and God's desire to speak to us through our dreams, last night.
I was teaching a group who for the most part, were being introduced to this method of hearing God for the first time.
I love to watch as "the light goes on" and people are seeing the Heart of the Father for them just a little more clearly. Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in the 'method' that God uses to speak, and we miss the 'message'...which was the whole point.
Whether God sends us an angel, or a whirl wind, a still small voice or a dream...the point is that He is speaking and He longs for us to hear and search out the meaning of the message.

As much as I am thrilled when  an interpretation "clicks" with someone and they "get" what God has been revealing....He is absolutely ecstatic when we begin to understand His heart through His message and it causes us to dig a little deeper, reach a little higher and draw in to Him just a little bit closer.


Holly said...

So true!!

Glad that it went so well last night!


Roxanne said...

Well written!

Rhonda said...

Wonderful teaching Jen!!

Shari said...

God doesn't hide from us but loves when we seek Him - we will find treasure when we seek.

Mona said...

Jen where are you teaching the dream course?
I really enjoyed reading this post.
Thank you for sharing

Jen said...


I just completed a 2 week session as part of a level 2 prophetic course in Oshawa.
The pastor who teaches this course, brings me in for a couple of weeks to cover the dream section of the curriculum.
I have been doing this for the past year.
So glad you enjoyed my thoughts.

Magda said...

Hear! Hear!