God is listening — are we?

With the murder of George Floyd on May 25th and all the discussion that has since come about, I am reminded of the story of Hagar, the Egyptian servant of Sarah.

Twice, Hagar found herself alone in the wilderness.  Twice, Hagar was looked down upon, mistreated, “dealt harshly with,” and cast away.  Twice, Hagar’s life and the life of her son were on the line.  Twice, Hagar was at the point of despair.  And twice, God intervened, because He saw and heard her affliction:

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