God spoke to me during worship at our church today.

Before I share it with you, let me get the “business side” of the blog out of the way. I know that readers of this blog are of many different spiritual backgrounds. When I say God spoke to me, I do not mean that I’m hearing the audible voice of the Lord. Rather, He spoke to me through the unexpected thought planted in my mind and the stirring of my spirit that says “pay attention to that thought” (again, not audible of course).

Back to God speaking to me…We were singing “I Will Never Be The Same Again” (words and music by Geoff Bullock, copyright 1995, Word Music, LLC and Maranatha! Music, made popular by Hillsongs). If you want to hear Hillsongs sing the song, click here.

I also worship through sign language as I sing.

The last lines of the song are “The Glory of God fills my life and I will never be the same again.” While singing, I unintentionally signed “satisfies” instead of “fills.” Upon realizing the error, God spoke to me, and He did so in such a way that I don’t believe the word was just for me, that it was a word for others as well.

I signed “The Glory of God satisfies my life” and God asked “are you satisfied with Me? Let Me be your ‘all in all.’ I do that by filling your life. Let me fill you — and you will never be the same again.”

Does the Gory of God satisfy your life? I confess that there are times when I don’t feel like He does. But I want Him to. I want to be satisfied with only Jesus. Lord, sweep away the darkness in my life and fill it with your light. Burn away the chaff and fill me with Your presence, Your thoughts, Your desires. I don’t want to be the same tomorrow as I am today.

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