Daily D – Judges 13:17-18

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Judges 13:17, 18  Then Manoah asked the angel of the Lord, “What is your name? For when all this comes true, we want to honor you.” “Why do you ask my name?” the angel of the Lord replied. “It is too wonderful for you to understand.” (NLT)

Now and again, a conversation takes on depth and meaning only time and reflection most clearly reveal. Such was the case when a man named Manoah asked the Angel of the LORD, “What is your name?”

“Why do you ask my name?” the angel of the Lord replied.
“It is too wonderful for you to understand.”

A song from our younger days echoes in my mind when I read these words. Sandi Patty and Larnelle Harris singing More than Wonderful lead us into worship. (You can check it out here: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRTwUvZG5a0]

May your casual conversations today be filled with joy. 
May they take on greater meaning as time goes by. 
May they lead you into wonder. 
May you ponder how you ever missed the precious presence of Jesus.

I will listen more attentively for the voice of Jesus.

Our Father, give me ears to hear what you are saying to me in every conversation. Amen. 

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