The God Who Talks To Himself (3 of 3) by Steve Wagers
This content is part of a series.The God Who Talks To Himself (3 of 3)
Series: The God I Know
Steve N. Wagers
May 7, 2006
1. We Can Embrace Divine Acceptance!
A) The Blessing of It
B) The Bond of It
2. We Can Enjoy Divine Abundance!
A) In the Person of His Spirit
B) In the Person of His Son
3. We Can Experience Divine Assistance!
A) His Help Identifies Our Weakness
B) His Help Magnifies His Will
Few people are able to speak articulately at a sustained speed greater than 300 words per minute. However, Steve Woodmore of Orpington, England spoke 595 words in a time of 56.01 seconds on the British program "Motor Mouth." Sean Shannon, a Canadian residing in Oxford, England once recited Hamlet's soliloquy, "To Be or Not to Be," which is 260 words in a time of 24 seconds, equal to 650 words per minute.
One of my mother's interesting habits is that she often talks to herself. We have sat silently in a room, or a car and I have looked over and seen her mouth moving, but no audible sound being projected. I asked her one time, "Mom, don't you think it's weird that you talk to yourself?" She said, "No, I don't think so; but, if I start answering myself you better worry."
According to the New York Academy of Sciences, the average man speaks 12, 500 words a day, and the average woman speaks 25,000 words a day. Men, that's why when you come home all that your wife wants to do is talk, because she hasn't used up all of her words yet, and you have. Plato comments, "Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools talk because they have to say something."
One of the great truths of the Bible is that God talks to Himself. According to the Word of God, the Great Triune Being conducts conversations with Himself. God the Father talks with God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. God the Son talks with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit. And God the Holy Spirit talks with God the Father and God the Son.
What does God talk to Himself ...
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