Hey Google!

I will begin with a very short story- the little one woke up one night, screamed “hey Google” and slept right back. It was hilarious and weird. He has heard his father call on Google several times for information, so he is basically doing what his father does. May our children call on the God we serve! Coincidentally again, the little one kept saying “hey Google” while we were looking for the TV remote control few hours ago.

Honestly, I wish we can use “hey Google” to find and solve many things but it is not possible. The good news is that we serve a God who knows all things and we can call on Him to do the impossible.

But there is a God in heaven that revealeth secrets, and maketh known to the king Nebuchadnezzar what shall be in the latter days. Daniel 2:28

In times of distress, when you do not know what to do, when Google has only bad reports about your diagnosis, feel free to say Hey God! Call on God. God can reveal things to your doctor to help you heal. God can reveal natural remedies to you and He can heal you miraculously.

When you are happy, and all is going well, do not forget to say Hey God! He is always there.

PS: As we overcome coronavirus together, do not let the bad news on Google instill fear in your home. Let God’s Word dwell in your heart and put it on your lips.

Source: Church Eleven32

13 Comments

  1. I love it! I could not tell you how many times I have called on God this way! HEY GOD, please help me find my keys! Hey God, where did I leave my glasses? What a privilege to be able to boldly go to His throne for His help? WAY BETTER than Google! 💯😁

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  2. We serve a God that is greater than Google. We live in an age that we have answers literally at our fingertips. Google can tell us a lo,t but Google can’t give us wisdom. Only God can give us wisdom. Google can’t give us power, Kingdom power only comes from the Holy Spirit. I’m thankful for Google it is a very useful tool, but I’m more thankful for an all knowing and powerful God who can not only reveal things to me, but is a very present help in the time of trouble.

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  3. Congratulations on the release of your book. I am going to purchase a copy soon and give it as a gift to a young mother.

    Great post. I love your baby! Children are sponge. Pray a loud in your house and let your baby pick up the phrase “Heavenly, Father.”

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  4. Lol. The hey google from his sleep got me.. 😁
    I so know that feeling, I myself sometimes wish we could call out things especially when I misplace something in the house. 🙈

    Thank God we have a God we can always call out to. So graceful!

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