The Father’s Voice

Donald Miller, author of Blue Like Jazz, was on his way to meet his father whom he had not seen for 30 years. He could remember only small things from his earliest years. He would be meeting a virtual stranger.

 “…I let (his call) go to voice mail and when he was done, I listened to the message on speakerphone. He had a deep voice, deeper than I remember but oddly familiar. I imagine it will be like that when we finally hear God’s voice, it will be deep and familiar….”  (A Million Miles in a Thousand Years—page 148—Kindle)

 I pray as you listen for the Father’s Voice in the Lord’s House on Sunday, it will sound familiar.

 D. Dean Benton

Benton Quest House

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