Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Voice of the Lord

The voice of the Lord is always speaking, I truly believe that. Have you ever looked up passages about the "voice" of the Lord? You may be familiar with Rev. 1:12, "His voice like rushing waters". 

This painting was created along with a song that came out of prayer and meditation on how God speaks. Creation was birthed by His breath, and continues to exist by His breath and Word alone. (Gen. 1, Gen 2:7, John 1:1-4) Stick with me here for a few moments and slowly consider the following.

The natural thought process that would follow is this; If God's breath began all things into existence, and we were made by Him, for Him, and exist for His pleasure (Rev. 4:11, Prov. 16:4) then His very breath continues to create and hold everything together. If this creator-breath is what continues to sustain all life, then that wind of His breath is moving, blowing, even now, even in the unseen, holding everything together. 

That thought, then leads you to this picture. The unseen "Kingdom" coming to earth will soon be what is seen. What is unseen, though we cannot see, it yet very real. So real in fact, that I can almost reach up and touch it, feel a gust of the breath, the wind, of God.

A passage for meditation and contemplation this week; Psalm 29: 1-9

Give unto the Lord, O you mighty ones,
Give unto the Lord glory and strength.
Give unto the Lord the glory due to His name;
Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.

The voice of the Lord is over the waters;
The God of glory thunders;
The Lord is over many waters.
The voice of the Lord is powerful;
The voice of the Lord is full of majesty.
The voice of the Lord breaks the cedars,
Yes, the Lord splinters the cedars of Lebanon.
He makes them also skip like a calf,
Lebanon and Sirion like a young wild ox.
The voice of the Lord divides the flames of fire.
The voice of the Lord shakes the wilderness;
The Lord shakes the Wilderness of Kadesh.
The voice of the Lord makes the deer give birth,
And strips the forests bare;
And in His temple everyone says, “Glory!”

I would LOVE to hear  your revelation on the Voice of the Lord.



  1. I'm always encouraged by Psalm 29, great Psalm. Love the painting, too. His Kingdom is coming. Glad you posted. :)

  2. God speaks through the scriptures. I don't believe in personal revelation.

    - Stephen

  3. Stephen, by personal revelation, I mean that through your thoughts and consideration of "God's Voice" what God has shown you. God speaks in many ways, of course in the scriptures, but also through His creation (Romans 1:20), through the preaching and teaching of the word (Rom. 10:17, 2 Tim. 4:2), and through the revelation knowledge of God by Holy Spirit, who lives inside the believer. (Eph 1:17-19, John 16:13, John 14:26, Col. 1:9-10) When we read the Word, the Holy Spirit enlightens our hearts and minds to understand it. So in other words, I would love to hear the "revelation", or "understanding" of this passage from you :) blessings! gina