How can people call for help?

help, teach, instruct, noise, believing, WordIn today’s world, there is so much ‘noise’ with all of the information that comes our way.  What is the noise?  Working with Youth, I see that when they want to learn about something, they go to the Internet and do a ‘search’ for videos and websites that explain about everything.  So the ‘noise’ can be  ‘YouTube’, ‘Google’, ‘Facebook’, and so on.  Even this web site is ‘noise’ in the large chasm of information!  So, the question I have is, “How can you call for help?”.  As I searched the scriptures, I found the following  passage.

But how can people call for help if they don’t know who to trust? And how can they know who to trust if they haven’t heard of the One who can be trusted? And how can they hear if nobody tells them? And how is anyone going to tell them, unless someone is sent to do it? That’s why Scripture exclaims, A sight to take your breath away!  Grand processions of people telling all the good things of God!  But not everybody is ready for this, ready to see and hear and act. Isaiah asked what we all ask at one time or another: “Does anyone care, God? Is anyone listening and believing a word of it?” The point is: Before you trust, you have to listen. But unless Christ’s Word is preached, there’s nothing to listen to.  Romans 10:14-17 (MSG)

For me, I started to see that people could only call for help if they are willing to serve in His name with love.

A person at work talked casually about how they are in need of a car.  How simple is that?  People just looked and smiled.  One person said, “Take mine while you are in need.”

People all around us are calling for help.  Is anyone listening and believing?  Is Christ’s Word being shown in your life?  Are you just smiling?

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