By Convincement Iris: Spiritual Hearing Aids

By Convincement Iris: Spiritual Hearing Aids. During a recent Meeting for Worship, one member admitted he’s having increasing difficulty hearing and has begun to wonder if he needs hearing aids. As he’s thought of the possibility of slipping something into his ears to help him hear more clearly, he’s yearned for a similar simple correction to better hear that voice that guides him. “If only there were spiritual hearing aids,” he said. I chuckled with others as my friend spoke, yet his lighthearted comment touched a deep truth for me. I’ve learned to distinguish between the judging, critical tone that took up residence in my head long ago and the kind of wise guidance that comes from a stance of love.

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