6 comments on “An Audience of One

  1. Very good thought Jim. I would tell you that you expressed it very well, but I don’t want to feed your ego.

    Seriously, I went through that not too long ago. Sure, I hope that what I write will somehow help others, but somehow, as I am curently writing about and will post in the next day or two, there has to first come a dying and that dying cannot be faked.

    I have come to the point where my first and primary audience is God. It is truly liberating. I have to confess there are still at least a few strings still dangling, but for the most part I am free of it.

    Very good word.


  2. Mike,

    Thanks for sharing. I’m finding, as I’m sure you are too, that nothing I’m experiencing is unique to me. There truly is nothing new under the sun. In some weird way, we all find relief knowing we are not the only ones going the the struggles and sufferings that accompany a life lived for the glory of God.



  3. Die to self. Easy to say. Easy to do, BUT for an instant. Then, self lives again! Lazarus could take a lesson from me. 🙂

    Thanks for the thoughts.

  4. The amazing thing about an audience of One is that the conversation, appreciation, praise is so intimate and clear. Not an easy place to get to, but worth so much when we yield in a time of hiddeness.

    thank you for reminding me of that. Blessings!

  5. Awesome! Thanks for reading and sharing this – it definitely added some insight to things I think about when I blog 🙂 I had also never thought about the initial creation story like that… that God did it for “an audience of one” too… love that!

  6. Jenny,

    Thanks. I like it when different people are hearing the same thing from Spirit of God. It is nice when He confirms His words to us.



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