One evening after work, I heard the cries of a child in the distance. In my heart, I told myself: “this is my son crying”. But after I told to myself that among children in the building, it can be the child of a neighbor crying. The more I got closer, it was more obvious that the crying baby was mine. I did not know why he was crying, but I was not worried because I knew he was safe in the arms of his mother. But I was marked by the sensitivity of my father's ears at the point to hear the small voice of our baby so far away ... At that moment, I could not stop thinking that this is how God the Father is attentive to the slightest cries of my heart. The distance between heaven and earth is too small for him not hear my cries and tears. What deep rest at the moment I walked into the house ... and the little angel calmed down after he listened to my voice...
Are you wondering if God still hear your voice? Or, you have the impression that the sky is closed upon your head?
When Israel was oppressed by Pharaoh in Egypt and God wanted to intervene, he said: “And now the cry of the Israelites has reached me, and I have seen the way the Egyptians are oppressing them." (Exodus 3:9).
• God hears your cries for deliverance from the oppression of the enemy in your dreams and your sleep.
• God knows you're feeling pain in this part of your body and you are in difficulties to move.
• God knows your heart is wounded, sick with grief and trials of your faith
• And those situations in which you cannot imagine that God may be concerned ... are exactly the one he is coming to you at the moment.
You can rest in the idea that God listen to you and that in due time He will intervene. It is His will to fill you with His superabundant grace. It is His will that your tears are wiped away and you're full of joy. It is the desire of His heart to see you happy to be called His child ... "This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us—whatever we ask—we know that we have what we asked of him."(1 John 5: 14-15)