Sometimes hearing God’s voice and knowing God’s will can be a traumatic experience: Saul of Tarsus first encountered Jesus in a dramatic fashion. (You can read the account in Acts 9) A light flashed all around him, and he fell to the ground with a thud. Then, he heard a voice that he did not recognize. It called to him, “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?”

Shocked and confounded, Saul called back, “Who are you, Lord?”

The voice resounded again, “I am Jesus.”

Though Saul had spent his life in the Scriptures, he still was unaware of what God sounded like. Can you imagine that? Saul believed he was at the top of his religious game only to find out later that he had missed God’s will the whole time. More Here

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