Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus – Hymn Lyric
Have you ever wondered if you’ve heard the voice of Jesus? In the hymn “Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus,” we are encouraged to listen closely for that voice and discover our purpose in life. Being in the inner circle means having a close relationship with Jesus, following his guidance, and surrendering our lives to him.
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Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus – Hymn Lyric
Have you heard the voice of Jesus whisper,
“I have chosen you?”
Does he tell you in communion what he wishes you to do?
Are you in the inner circle?
Have you heard the Master’s call?
Have you giv’n your life to Jesus?
Is he now your All in all?
As the first disciples followed, as they went where’er he sent;
So today we, too, may follow, on his leading still intent.
Or, if he shall choose to send us on some errand in his name,
We can serve him as disciples, for our place is just the same.
Master, at thy footstool kneeling, we, thy children, humbly wait;
Lead us, send us, bless us, use us, till we enter heaven’s gate.
Meaning of Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus
Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus?
Have you ever had a moment in your life when you felt like you were being called by someone greater than yourself? A moment when you heard a voice, soft yet powerful, whispering, “I have chosen you”?
In the hymn “Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus,” we are reminded of the importance of listening to that voice, the voice of Jesus, and discovering our purpose in life. It asks whether we are part of the inner circle, whether we have heard Jesus’ call, and if we have given our lives to him, making him our All in all.
So, what does it mean to be in the inner circle? To be in the inner circle is to have a close, intimate relationship with Jesus. It means not just hearing his voice but truly listening and following his guidance. Just like the first disciples, who followed Jesus wherever he led them, we too are called to be disciples of Christ.
Being a disciple doesn’t necessarily mean going on grand adventures or performing miracles. It means being open and willing to do whatever Jesus may ask of us, whether it is a simple act of kindness or a challenging task. Our place as disciples is just as important as any other, for we are all part of the body of Christ.
When we kneel at the footstool of our Master, we humbly wait for his direction. We ask him to lead us, to send us, to bless us, and to use us for his divine purpose. We understand that our lives are not our own but belong to Jesus, who loves us unconditionally and has a unique plan for each one of us.
Listening to the voice of Jesus is not always easy. It requires patience, discernment, and a deep trust in his wisdom. Sometimes his voice may be a gentle whisper, barely audible above the noise of the world. Other times, it may be a loud call that cannot be ignored.
But how do we hear the voice of Jesus? How do we discern his will for our lives? One way is through prayer and communion. When we spend time in quiet reflection, seeking his presence, we allow our hearts and minds to be open to his voice. In those moments, he may reveal to us the path he wants us to take, the purpose he has for us.
Another way we hear Jesus’ voice is through reading and studying his Word, the Bible. Within its pages, we find countless stories of individuals who heard and responded to Jesus’ call. Their journeys serve as a guide, inspiring us to follow in their footsteps and trust in the voice of our Savior.
Each one of us has a unique calling, a purpose that only we can fulfill. It may take time to fully understand what that calling is, but we can find solace in the fact that Jesus has chosen us for a reason. He sees our potential, our strengths, and our weaknesses, and he desires to use them for his glory.
No matter our age, our background, or our circumstances, we are all invited to be part of Jesus’ inner circle. It is not an exclusive club but rather an inclusive community of believers. When we say “yes” to Jesus and give our lives to him, he becomes our All in all. He becomes the center of our world, our guide, and our source of strength.
So, have you heard the voice of Jesus? Have you felt his presence in your life, calling you to something greater? If so, take a moment to reflect on how you have responded to his call. Have you fully surrendered your life to him? Are you open to wherever he may lead you?
If you haven’t yet heard the voice of Jesus, don’t worry. He is patient and will continue to speak to you in ways that are unique to your own journey. Keep seeking him, keep listening, and keep trusting in his perfect timing.
Remember, being in the inner circle is not about having all the answers or being perfect. It is about being willing to follow Jesus, to listen to his voice, and to allow him to guide our steps. As we do so, we can trust that he will lead us on a path filled with purpose, joy, and eternal significance.
May this hymn, “Have You Heard The Voice Of Jesus,” serve as a reminder of the importance of listening to Jesus’ call and the transformational power it holds. Let us pray for courage and discernment as we seek to be part of his inner circle, fully surrendering our lives to him. And may we remember that Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life, and in him, we find our All in all.
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