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Why Can't You Hear?

You're a Christian, right? Born again as born again as it gets. You've renounced sin and you've taken on the mantle of Christ. Or have you?

Psalm 115 speaks of idols and how they do not hear, they do not see. It also speaks of how people who follow them also cannot hear or see.

Maybe we are speaking of physical hearing and seeing. Maybe we are speaking of something else: being born into the spirit realm and seeing like a seer, hearing like a prophet.

"I don't have idols," you say. Sure you do. We all do. If G-d said, "Get up in the middle of the night to worship me," would sleep come first? Then it's an idol.

Maybe you can't get yourself to tithe a consistent 3 tithes through the 7 year cycle. Your idol might be mammon. Maybe you can't quite trust G-d with your finances yet.

Or maybe it's feasts and holidays. You love your Christmas and Easter traditions. Valentine's. St Patrick's. These are Christian holidays, right? They aren't. They are compromises the Catholic Church instituted in order to tame conflict with pagans. For example, Tammuz is the god of poverty that we actually honor with evergreens. No wonder we're all poor after the holidays. Passover is the feast G-d asks us to honor for Christ's death. All of the feasts correspond to the G-d's History for this universe, yet we disregard them in favor for manmade holidays.

Today, ask the Holy Spirit to guide you into all truth.

Here's Psalm 115:4-9 (ESV) for you to judge:

Their idols are silver and gold, the work of human hands.

They have mouths, but do not speak; eyes, but do not see.

They have ears, but do not hear; noses, but do not smell.

They have hands, but do not feel; feet, but do not walk; and they do not make a sound in their throat.

Those who make them become like them; so do all who trust in them.

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