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he gushes


We’re like someone who sits in a symphony hall wearing earphones, because we’re sure that if God speaks, it’s going to be through the channels we’re already tuned to, or like someone who visits the art museum and spends most of the time reading the guidebook rather than viewing the masterpieces. God becomes a monophonic recording or a black-and-white exhibit, and while we listen for words and watch for signs, he gushes with the full majesty of His imagination. In the process, we miss a lot.

image: gina |bright and blithe|
text: Chris Tiegreen, Creative Prayer (Colorado Springs: Multnomah, 2007), 15.]

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