Whispers of Scripture


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I read this phrase.  Wish I could recall where.  Whispers of Scripture is what I read and wrote in my journal.

Psalm 55:1-2 The Message

Open your ears, God, to my prayer:

don’t pretend you don’t hear me knocking.

Come close and whisper your answer.

Some days, and I wish it was every day, He does come and whispers Scriptures in my heart via the Bible.  That still small voice, unmistakable and True is easily recognized.   Recently He answered a prayer that I had been begging Him to answer for years.  When I knew the answer was close, I only told my husband, and I tell him everything, all the time, no secrets.  But this answered prayer I told no one else except Jim.    I wanted to go see the answer with Jesus and Jesus alone.  As I drove with my heart beating like crazy, I said, “Just you and me Jesus, just you and me Jesus”  as I pointed to Him and then back at my heart and then back at Him.  He moved the mountain, He carried me through it, He was the only one I wanted with me when my answer came.  His whisper was just the word PEACE that day.  Only one word but I understood it.  He gave me PEACE in a sweet whisper that only I could hear.  But PEACE was what I needed the most and it came like a mighty river, washing away all my hurt and sadness, and even my doubts. 

Ephesians 2:14 NASB

For He Himself  is our PEACE.   

You might be thinking He will never answer your prayer, but take heart, He will.  Your answer is coming, don’t let go of His promises.

Matthew 10:27 NASB

What I tell you in the darkness, speak in the light; and what you hear whispered in your ear, proclaim upon the housetops. 

So I am proclaiming to each of you this day, that Jesus answered a huge prayer and He is my  Savior…just you and me Jesus, just you and me Jesus!

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3 thoughts on “Whispers of Scripture

  1. Becky May 9, 2014 / 7:24

    Beautiful! God is so good….

  2. karenworth May 9, 2014 / 7:24

    Thank you for the comments. This was very personal and hard to explain!

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