by Duane Bemis

A Voice from the Secret Place
Duane Bemis

I went to a prayer meeting one night and I could not find any peace within my heart. Within the church all l could hear was praise and worship music and others praying loudly. Everything seemed good and right but I could not hear the whisper of my God. I had to get alone, I had to go and find a quiet place to find His presence and hear His voice. The Spirit of God was calling my heart to find a quiet place to hear what the Lord had for me.

I left the church building that night and went to the parking lot to find the Lord. I unlocked my car to find a secret place to meet with my friend, my lover, and my God. As I entered the secret place of the Lord God Almighty I found my solace. I whispered from my heart, "Lord, here I am; what do You have for me?"

Are you ready to hear what the Lord allowed me to experience or what He allowed me to know and hear? All I can tell you is that I know it to be true and very moving. I was brought to tears, anger, and I was moved by obedience to deliver these words to the family in question. As you read the following words I want you to understand how hard it was to be the one to record these words. The one who spoke to me was so innocent, pure, and honest. Yet this voice was soon put to death because of man's choice to sin and hurt others.

Let us begin in prayer: "Father, the holder of truth and the holder of these words found in the secret place. Touch our hearts and let us learn Your heart which is full of Your mercy and grace ready to forgive all. Open our hearts to hear Your eternal words of life. Let us see the evils of sin and the pain that has been caused by personal free choice. Help us to understand the reason for us to hear these words for our generation. Amen and amen."

I first heard the words from Jeremiah: "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations."

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