The Moore American

Local News

November 5, 2013

God’s line is never busy



To help offset this issue, I have written down my husband’s cell phone number (and my own cell phone number) and placed them in my wallet just in case they are needed.

It appears this modern age has turned us into such technological-dependent creatures that we can barely exist without them.

Fortunately, one thing hasn’t changed. We know someone who is easy to reach, always there, and it doesn’t matter if we whisper, cry, call out loudly, are in a tunnel where no cell phone could even possibly begin to have reception; in the middle of the desert or ocean, in a foreign land or right in our own backyard.

Day or night, God is always there listening for our call. No fancy pretense, just call for help and He responds immediately. His line is never busy, and we don’t have to worry that He will go on overload because so many people are calling Him for help at the same time. Because He is God. And that’s just what He does. He takes care of us all.

An advanced system the world has yet to offer and never will. But thankfully, it is ours if we simply take the time to contact Him. Totally awesome.

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