Have you ever had to put together or replace components of your “home entertainment system” ? If so you know how challenging this can be. I remember when it was referred to as A/V equipment-audio/visual.
When I did this, my biggest challenge was sound. I could get the sound from the t.v. speakers but not from the external ones. I was able to get sound with static, static only and sound with static. The static was so bad that it was not worth it to turn the speakers on. Turns out the amplifier needed to be replaced. Once that was done, the sound worked the way it was supposed to.
Our walks with God can be like that too. Sometimes there is static interfering with our ability to her or worship Him. This static can be from many things: a busy season in life, sin, people who are around us, the place we worship.
Some of us are good at being able to stay focused on Him despite the static. Others of us find that we are putting so much energy reminding ourselves to stay focused on Him, that there is little left over for worship or hearing Him.
If you are someone experiencing static from where you worship, a good test to use is this:
Can you honestly say you would feel comfortable with bringing a friend/acquaintance there and would you feel comfortable recommending it to people inquiring about Shabbat and the Feast Days? If the answer is no and remains that way over a few months time, that is a good indicator that you are experiencing spiritual static.
Shabbat and His Feasts are supposed to be times of rest, joy, delight, and worship of Him. Static interferes with our ability to do that.
This post is part of Shabbat Shalom Link Up.
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