Today in our face paced of these United States no matter whether you live in the big city, the suburbs or in the country it seems like we can never be 'out of touch' with our friends and loved ones. Why is it we think we have to have a phone on our hip constantly? I mean back in the 60's, 70's and 80's and even into the 90's we did fine without everyone always being able to reach us at any moment. Medical doctors were the only ones who really needed to have a way to contact them and they wore pagers. It can get down right annoying and rude to be on your cell phone in stores when you are checking out and supposed to be paying attention to the clerk. Or if you answer your phone in a movie theater or text it is very rude, annoying and disrespectful to those around you. I am concerned our younger generation is not going to know how to 'be still and know that he is God" as it says in Psalm 46:10. It is hard also to relax and take time for God and be at peace if we are constantly 'wired'.
When we do have our wonderful little cell phones to keep us constantly connected lo and behold there are times when we enter a black hole or dead zone of sorts. Let's say you are up in the mountains, in a subway tunnel, way out in the country somewhere and various other places where there are just no signals for your device to operate. Then we panic because we can not get in touch with our friends and family. Well I have good news. There are no 'dead zones' with God. He is always there and will always listen to you when you call out to him. Jeremiah 33:3 which is affectionately called God's phone number in some Christian circles says "Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know."
PRAYER: Thank you Lord that we have 24/7 access to you and you listen to us no matter what. Thank you that there are no dead zones with you. In Jesus Name. Amen.