by Kay D. Rizzo

November 13

Hearing God’s Voice

The sheep listen to his voice. He [the shepherd] calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. John 10:3, NIV.

Hi, boys and girls, moms and dads, grandmas and grandpas, kitty and puppy dogs, goldfish and gerbils, welcome to Rhe Family Hous.” As old as I am, I still don’t understand how radio waves work. I can turn a knob in my Chevy while driving 60 miles per hour 100 miles from home and hear my own voice being transmitted from radio station KARM in Visalia, where I host an evening program called The Family Hour. That’s weird!

What’s weirder still is knowing that everywhere I go thou­sands of sound waves blast my ears carrying all kinds of mes­sages. But I hear certain radio waves only if I have a radio receiver tuned to the right station. It is a mystery to me, no matter how often my scientist husband explains it.

Understand it or not, I especially appreciate those waves during the hour’s drive home from the Fresno airport late at night. I turn on the radio to KARM and hear the familiar voices of Christian music. It’s as if God’s guiding me home.

Jesus called me His sheep, listening for His voice. And it is that voice that will guide me to my eternal home.

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About "Popsicles, Black Holes and Burnt Toast"

So far today I've done all right. I haven't gossiped, havent lost my temper, havent been greedy, grumpy, or nasty. But in a few minutes, God, Im going to get out of bed, and from then on Im going to need more help. If your morning is anything like that, then start it out right with a revelation from Rizzo. She always has something new to say about God. It wont take long, but the smile in your heart will last the day. You'll encounter eggs that explode and missiles that dont. You'll meet Cha-Cha, the parrot that learned how to order the dog to bring in the cows, then take them back to pasture againover and over. And that's just the first two weeks! The rest of the book really is out of this world, with tales of triumph and tragedy, and stories terrestrial and extraterrestrial.
Kay Rizzo

Kay resides with her husband and business partner, Richard, in California's San Joaquin Valley. Her greatest riches include her hubby of 40+ years; her two daughters, two sons-in law, two grandsons and a cat named Pepsi.