Monday, April 26, 2010

"orsh" = horse......



My little guy is getting better and better at communicating. It makes my days so much easier when I can figure out what he need or wants. Because I spend every day with him, I am able to discern/interpret what he has to say. For instance:



"shoot" = shoot (very clear because he LOVES basketball) *see picture above!
"pane" = plane
"choo-choo twain" = choo-choo- train (that's an easy one!)
"bead" = bread
"cuccer" = sucker (one of his favorites!!)
"ish" = fish
"Bumbo" = Elmo (we're working on this one!!)

Our communication improves every day because of all the time we spend together!

It started me thinking! Doesn't the same principle apply to our relationship and communication with our Heavenly Father? The more time we spend with Him, the more we can discern his voice our hectic, stress-filled lives! Even whispering small words of praise and quick cries for help, contribute to a closer relationship with him each day! On the other side of this relationship is a God who doesn't need any help understanding the thoughts and burdens of our heart! Even when our words don't make sense, he knows exactly what we mean! After all, he created us! Wow!! What a thought!

Psalm 17:6, "I call on you, O God, for you will answer me; give ear to me and hear my prayer."


I hope you take some time to develop your communication with our Lord today! He desires to hear from you!


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6 comments:

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Amen! I'm so glad I make sense to Him even when I don't make sense to myself. He always knows. Thanks for sharing. And your little fella is super adorable!

Lucy postpartumillness.com said...

Wow I love this post. I work on my relation ship with Him everyday. Stopping by from UBP.

Lucy
http://postpartumillness.com/?q=node/315

Barbie said...

This is so true. Sometimes we hold in our cries for help, although He knows what we need. I am often guilty of reflecting on the negative side of things rather than the truth of God. I must practice His presence daily!

SomeGirl said...

What a GREAT example, Rachel! And so true!

6feetover said...

Oh I am SO glad He speaks my language and that His patience is unending while I learn His! This post is soooooo amazing!

My daughter's word that is our favorite: ress-er-not (restaurant) .. so cute

~melody~

6feetover said...

Oh and I did just peek at your Blogroll. I'm SO honored!!

I'm going to have a blogroll when my blog makeover is done. You'll be on it! :)

~melody~