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Music in My Ears

Music to My Ears

It’s hard to beat the sound of a small child saying his prayers in a sweet voice with an innocent and sincere heart.  It’s hard to beat the sound of the phone ringing when you wait for good news to come. It’s called “music to the ears.”

One of the more beautiful sounds I hear on a regular basis here is the rattling of paper as you turn in your Bibles to actively participate and follow along in the sermons being preached. It is exciting for a preacher to know God’s word is not falling on deaf ears, but rather on energetic, eager-to-learn disciples. When you search the scriptures with the Bible class teacher or preacher you are a more active participant in the lessons. You demonstrate by action that you are not here to be entertained - you are here to grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ. You are showing that you take your Christianity seriously. Your actions are saying, “I will only follow the word of God, therefore, I must see for myself what God says.”

Paul enjoyed this sound as he taught in the city of Berea. Luke records,

“Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, and searched the scriptures daily, to see whether those things were so.”

Acts 17:11


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