God is Communicating

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Rabbi Kirt Schneider

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Although Father predominantly speaks through His written Word, He can also speak to us through our circumstances. So, it is important that we are paying attention to our surroundings because HaShem will oftentimes reveal Himself to us through the situations that we encounter.

I have a friend who was in the congregation that I used to shepherd in Toledo, Ohio. He was sitting in the prayer room there—reading from the book of Isaiah. While he was reading, a particular verse “popped out” at him,

“Yet those who wait for the LORD will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, they will run and not get tired, they will walk and not become weary,” (Isa. 40:31).

He said that when he read that Scripture, he suddenly felt like the Lord was saying, “I want you to call and share that Scripture with Rabbi.” Like many of us, he wasn’t quite sure whether that was the Lord or not. Suddenly, a woman walks into the prayer room. Her name is D. Schneider, same last name as mine, and she is wearing a T-shirt with an eagle on it! When he saw this woman walking in with an eagle on
her T-shirt, and having the same last name as me—he knew what to do next. He reached out to me by phone and told me about the Scripture. I was encouraged by it, and I was thankful for him sharing. But it was kind of general. After all, it is a pretty common and well-known Scripture, so I didn’t quite know what was personal about it for me at that time.

Here is what happened a few days later as I looked out my back window at home. The first time I have ever seen this in my life, a literal bald eagle was sitting on a tree stump right in my back yard, as clear as day! I was blown away. I knew God was encouraging me to be patient in hope and expectation of what He was about to do in my life.

“Yet those who wait for the LORD will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, they will run and not get tired, they will walk and not become weary,” (Isa. 40:31).

Beloved, I just wanted to share this to remind us all that our God is alive and surrounds every aspect of our being. He is at work in our lives as we seek Him, and He will continue to work in our lives even into eternity. Let’s be paying attention.

Father God, we ask You to wake us up today to recognize You in all our circumstances. You said, “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches,” (Rev. 2:29).

Father, open our spiritual ears and eyes to hear and see. We do not want to miss Your Word in any situation that You are using to speak to us. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Rabbi Schneider hosts the impactful television program Discovering The Jewish Jesus, which is available in more than 100 million homes in the United States and nearly 200 nations worldwide. In 2021 he began broadcasting on radio and now airs across America. Rabbi Schneider imparts revelation of Jesus’ Jewish heritage and His fulfillment of Messianic prophecy. Questions of how the Old and New Testaments tie together, and how Yeshua completes the unfolding plan of The Almighty Yahweh, are answered with exceptional clarity.

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