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God Still Speaks

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We ourselves heard that voice from heaven when we were with him on the holy mountain. 2 Peter 1:18

At the transfiguration, Peter saw something that changed him—giving him a message he wanted people to hear. He says James, John, and he himself saw Christ’s majestic splendor with their own eyes as Christ received honor and glory from the Father. Can you imagine what that must have looked like? And if that wasn’t enough, they heard the very voice of God say, “This is my dearly loved Son, who brings me great joy” (2 Peter 1:17).

The apostles went on to pass this truth along to the other disciples, and ultimately the Church throughout the ages via the scriptures. The three who climbed the mountain with Jesus had a firsthand account of Christ’s majesty. You don’t have to wonder about it in the abstract. Jesus is God’s dearly loved Son, who brings Him great joy.

God has spoken to His people differently from one generation to the next. He talked from a burning bush, whispered on the wind, and even had a donkey speak. But when Jesus arrived in the flesh, God spoke audibly.

If you’ve been seeking proof of God’s existence before placing your faith in Christ, here you have it—an eyewitness account. If you have become more trusting because the Spirit bore witness with your spirit, then praise God that you can also experience that.
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Amen. God talks alot, right in the Bible but we tend to forget or neglect this truth at times.