Fuzzy Interference on God’s Frequency

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Fuzzy Interference on God’s Frequency
Fuzzy Interference on God's Frequency will help you to get properly tuned in to God's frequency, so that you can hear his voice and walk in the blessing of his perfect peace!

Fuzzy Interference on God’s Frequency

Did you know that a large number of physical, mental, and emotional problems that people experience have their roots in things like unforgiveness, fear, anxiety, and anger? It’s true. However, people often do not perceive it. Hence, they run to the doctor to get pills that do not address the root of their problems. These pills can cause all sorts of side-effects, and, before you know it, people are taking extra pills in order to deal with the side-effects of the side-effects.

The root of the problem might be unforgiveness. It might be bitterness (that’s a big one). These, and more, can cause big troubles. In such a case, what a person may need to do is to bare their heart before the Lord, which may lead to their healing. But in the midst of all of their problems, they may not even know why they have them. They may get sick, for example, and the root of that sickness may be bitterness, anger, anxiety, and fear.

Notice how bitterness, anger, anxiety, and fear are not the same as physical sickness. But they can be closely related. They can be the cause of physical sickness. Something is going on at an emotional or spiritual level, which is causing problems in their physical body.

A very simple example is that worry can cause ulcers. Worry is predominantly a spiritual or emotional problem. But ulcers themselves are very physical. There is a link between certain abiding thoughts, or thought-patterns, and some diseases. If you deal with the troubling thought patterns, some diseases will lose their grip.

The Bible says,

“Don’t be wise in your own eyes. Fear Yahweh, and depart from evil. It will be health to your body, and nourishment to your bones.” (Proverbs 3:7-8)

This means there are at least some health problems that are caused by a lack of fear of God — or a lack of obedience to God’s commands. Abiding in anxiety, for example, contravenes God’s will for our lives. For the word of God says not to be anxious but in everything by prayer and supplication, to let our requests be made known unto God, and the peace of God will guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus (see Philippians 4:6-7).

Therefore, if God says “do not be anxious” and you are anxious, then you may get an ulcer. Thus, we see from the Scriptures that some physical problems really do have their roots in spiritual issues, or issues related to the fear of God (which is exactly what Proverbs 3:7-8 teaches).

Would it not be like your loving heavenly father to want to get your attention on these things, if you happen to be straying from God’s will and abiding in anxiety, for example? Of course, it would be. And so God actually does try to gain our attention when we go astray. By paying attention to him, we may actually gain our health. I did not say this would be the result always. But there are many occasions in which God is trying to get our attention. He is a loving heavenly father, so this should make sense.

Yet many may not perceive it. People may not perceive that God is even trying to get their attention. And that is pretty tragic. In fact, I would estimate there are a good number of Christians who have physical problems who are simply not aware that their problems are in any way connected with their walk with God.

If the God of the universe is willing to use physical ailments as a way of “signaling” to people that something might be wrong with them on a spiritual or emotional level, then it should be no surprise if he is also willing to use other things that are even more benign, still, in order to get our attention.

I would like to use an analogy of dialing a radio to explain this a little bit better. When you dial a radio, you place it on, let’s say, frequency A. But if you are off a little bit, it sounds fuzzy, right? That’s because you are not perfectly tuned in to frequency A, you are off a bit.

Human beings can do that, too. One minute, they can be tuned in to God’s frequency, and the next, they can be off-tune, just a little bit, so that whatever God is trying to say comes in “fuzzy.” It’s just like a radio that is slightly off-tune. You will notice a hiss. You will not like that, so you will try to retune that radio, so that the signal is extremely clear.

What then is God’s frequency? The Bible says,

“for God’s Kingdom is not eating and drinking, but righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 14:17)

If you are experiencing righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit, then you are “dialed in” to God’s frequency. But if you are not, then you are not perfectly centered on God’s frequency. You are “out of tune.”

Some people are tuned in to the devil’s frequency. This frequency contains things like swearing, pornography, bitterness, and outbursts of anger. Yes, that’s the devil’s frequency, all right. So if you are tuned in to it, don’t expect to hear what’s on God’s frequency. The two are incompatible. The two are two totally different frequencies.

How can you possibly be tuned in to God’s frequency when you are tuned in to the devil’s? And that’s the problem. We want righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit, all the while being tuned into the devil’s frequency. That simply will not work!

To such, I say, “Please turn the dial to God’s frequency. Turn off the devil’s frequency.”

The Bible warns us not to tune in to the devil’s frequency, by saying,

“For if you live after the flesh, you must die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.” (Romans 8:13)

Now let’s say yesterday you were enjoying some great peace from God. All was well. In fact, all was very well. That’s because you were tuned in to God’s frequency. For those who are properly tuned in, Jesus says,

“My peace I give to you; not as the world gives, I give to you.” (See John 14:27)

But if you are not perfectly tuned in to God’s frequency, you will not enjoy this amazing peace. Something will be off. You will simply not experience this peace.

If you are not experiencing God’s perfect peace, then you are “off frequency.” The dial has slipped.

You probably did not intend to retune that dial, but slippage happens in the following way: You literally “dial God out.” That’s right. You dial him out!

For example, all is well and you then put your head on the pillow. You then start thinking about all of your bills, and start to worry.

Now there are some wise people who would, at that point in time, immediately get out of bed, kneel, and pray, and submit all of those burdens to the Lord. Then, they would get back into bed, and enjoy a good night’s rest. But there are yet others who would just toss and turn all night, worrying about their bills.

Do you see how spiritual issues can interfere with your physical health? By the time the morning arrives, you will not have slept a wink! And your body will be under stress. And that’s because you failed to surrender your burdens to the Lord. So there really are a lot of physical problems that have their roots in spiritual issues.

There are many ways to lose God’s peace. Yet in many cases it is imperceptible to even Christians. It is imperceptible because of a hardness of hearing.

Two Ways

There are really two ways to cause that dial to slip so that you are “off frequency.” The first is by deliberately sinning and rebelling against the Lord. However, this article is really not intended to deal with this case. This is a pretty obvious case, which I think we are all aware of.

It is the second case, the more subtle case, that I’m trying to deal with in this article. This is the case where you are not perfectly abiding in Christ. This is the case when you are “slightly off tune” and not perfectly abiding in the will of God. You may look good, and feel good, but there are things that are not perfectly right. I will describe this as being “slightly off tune” from God’s frequency. You are not fully centered on the devil’s frequency — a good thing. But neither are you perfectly tuned into to God’s frequency, either.

You did not intentionally tune that dial out, and practice witchcraft, or anything that is forbidden in the Bible, did you? What I’m talking about is when you are not perfectly tuned into God’s frequency. You are still “tuned in” and you know right from wrong. You are still willing to do the right thing. Yet the dial has slipped. And the reason it has slipped is because, in fact, you actually said, “No,” to God, at some point along the way.

I know it sounds preposterous.

“You mean I said ‘no’ to God? Far be it!”

But you know that what I am saying could actually be true. But how are you going to know for sure? The answer is found in spending time with the Lord, in prayer, and in devotion to his word.

Recently, I had a “fuzzy interference” type of experience. I admit. I did not have that perfect peace that I was looking for. What was I neglecting to do? What was wrong? I was perturbed. Surely, I had not sinned, had I? You will be surprised at the sin you might have been engaged in, without even realizing it. Even if you do not realize it, it will throw the dial off, and you will find out that you are no longer perfectly tuned in to God’s frequency. I sure hope you are understanding this.

As this “fuzz” and “interference” was coming through by way of thoughts that did not in any way relate to the problem at hand, I knew there was one answer. And that answer was to get on my knees before the Lord of heaven! And I prayed something like this:

“Lord, if it is possible, give me perfect peace today.”

Notice the doubt! I was not even sure that God could do it. I was perturbed in my spirit. I was even beginning to doubt God’s ability to restore me completely. And I didn’t know the exact problem.

I thought I “might” know the problem, but I was wrong even at that. That’s because, when you are not perfectly dialed in to God’s frequency, you can make all sorts of errors in judgment. You will even misjudge what God is saying to you about how to actually correct the problem.

What I mean to say is, you will misjudge it, unless you humble yourself, and kneel before him, and get in the word of God. Let the word of God speak to you. God himself will speak to you, if you will faithfully do that.

Open Bible

I opened my Bible. Here’s where I started my Bible reading. Please watch carefully what God did. It did not take long. Less than two verses into it, he began to speak to me.

My Bible reading started at the following passage:

“For six years you shall sow your land, and shall gather in its increase, but the seventh year you shall let it rest and lie fallow, that the poor of your people may eat; and what they leave the animal of the field shall eat. In the same way, you shall deal with your vineyard and with your olive grove.” (Exodus 23:10-11)

This seems like a mundane, Old Testament, passage, doesn’t it? Yet, as soon as I read the words, “that the poor of your people may eat”, the Holy Spirit arrested my spirit!

How on earth did he do that? My spirit had peace reading those words, but every word after that I felt trouble, and I completely lost my peace! So I had to go back to those few words, and read them again.

The Bible says,

“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly” (see Colossians 3:15).

So I had to maintain the peace by going back to those words. I read them again. But I knew I could not just read them forever —a response was needed on my part. For the Bible says that Elijah “girded up his loins” (see 1 Kings 18:46) as he ran before Ahab, and the Bible says to “gird up the loins of your mind” (1 Peter 1:13) — for God is calling us to action. Furthermore, we read that, “faith without works is dead” (see James 2:17). Therefore, I knew I had to do something.

I did not read any further.

I closed my eyes.

I said, “Lord ... the poor.”

And conviction from the Holy Spirit came over me, and I came into agreement with him, by pledging to give my offering for the sake of the poor. For I had not given my offering for almost three weeks. And do you know why? Because I had been without work for more than 5 weeks. But God still spoke to my heart, saying, give your offering.

Well, within 5 minutes, I had given my offering (through the internet). And do you know what suddenly happened? My peace completely returned, meaning I was now “tuned-in” to God’s frequency.

“But,” you may protest, “you said that you had not given your offering for 3 weeks.”

Yes, that’s right.

“And so why did you get ‘off tuned’ more than 3 weeks later? Were you not ‘off tuned’ from day one or two?”

Well, it could be. But you need to remember Romans 3:25. This passage talks about “the passing over of prior sins, in God’s forbearance” —meaning, in the past, God temporarily “put on hold” the sins previously committed.

It’s like the judge saying, “You stole the candy bar today, but judgment will be meted out next week.” Sometimes, judgment does not come right away.

Again, you may protest, “You should not have to give your offering, because you were without work for 5 weeks, and you are still without work, so why should you give?”

I guess that’s a very good question. The answer may not be as simple as you may customarily be used to.

Flashback 5 years

Once upon a time, about 5 years before this, when I had been without work, the Lord led me to give a rather large amount of money to my adult daughter. It was equivalent to several months of her rent, as she was renting at the time. What I didn’t know was that the day before, my daughter had just sponsored a child with a Christian mission organization (Compassion) and giving her the money at the Lord’s leading became a way to bless her from the Lord.

I called up my daughter and said, “The Lord has just spoken to me and is telling me to give you such and such amount of money” (however, I still did not know why). In that same conversation, my daughter said, “Dad, I just sponsored a child yesterday with Compassion.” My heart was very touched. God had a purpose in leading me to give her that money. He wanted her to know that he was watching out for her, and was caring for her, even as she had pledged to help the needy overseas.

Did that encourage me? Of course, it did! If God was tracking every move of my daughter, he was also tracking every move I was making, as well. If he knew her need, he knew mine. Therefore, it became very clear to me that God was also going to bring me into a new job, for he had asked me to give a sizeable amount to my daughter. Surely, the Lord would supply my need, as well. And he certainly did.

First, he gave me a dream, showing me the type of company (namely, an insurance company) that I would be working for. He also showed me the color scheme of that company (namely, green). Then, about six weeks later, I was called up on the phone by someone from Manulife insurance, whose color scheme is green, where I ended up working for about 6 months on contract. The whole thing just landed in my lap without even trying.

Back to the Present

Now in the present case, you may be asking, “Why would the Lord lead you to give an offering, since you had been without work for more than 5 weeks?” For indeed, I was not enjoying God’s perfect peace, and I was convincted by that passage on giving to the poor.

Logically, a person should not be giving money if they don’t have an income, but it was because the Lord simply wanted me to give the money as an act of obedience and faith.

So I did.

Let’s recap.

What I did, I did because God clearly spoke to me in the midst of my quiet time before him. I arrived at my quiet time, because of what I call “fuzzy interference” — because I was slightly off-tune from God’s frequency, meaning I was not enjoying God’s perfect peace. I wanted it back. For I value that peace more than anything.

I was able to get the peace back, by humbling myself (that is, kneeling), and opening up the word of God (the Bible), and then reading it, and being sensitive to what God was saying, as I read it. God can easily do the same for you, also, if you will apply yourself to reading the word of God, consistently, daily. Start reading it, and keep a record of where you left off the previous day, and keep reading it.

Be faithful. And if you were not faithful in the past, you can start being faithful now. It’s never too late to start doing the right thing.

Will simply spending time in God’s word solve your peace problems? Actually, no. It’s not the kneeling and the prayer, per se, that solved my problem. It was being willing to obey God by doing what he said. God actually communicated with me and led me to give that offering. That’s not a rule. It was, instead, a leading of the Holy Spirit.

So let’s figure this out. Reading the Bible is not the answer. But it is part of the answer. Responding to the Holy Spirit is actually the answer. Obeying God is the key. We can obey God without reading the Bible. But God often speaks to us when we do read the Bible. And God will never say anything that is inconsistent with the Scriptures.

Men (and especially some preachers) would like to make these things “rules”. In other words, give always to the church, even if you are without a job. However, that may not always be possible. For the Bible says,

“For, assuming the earnest willingness, the gift is acceptable according to whatever a man has, and not according to what he has not.” (2 Corinthians 8:12)

So if you don’t have a gift to give, it may be hard to give as you were doing. And yet, the Bible also says,

“Without faith it is impossible to be pleasing to him, for he who comes to God must believe that he exists, and that he is a rewarder of those who seek him.” (Hebrews 11:6)

And so there’s the crux. It was not my flesh that was leading me to give that offering, when I had been without work for 5 weeks. Rather, it was the Holy Spirit. And if it was the Holy Spirit, then I could trust him.

However, I’m not making a rule about this issue of giving when you are unemployed. There is no rule in this regard. We are to give cheerfully, and if you cannot do that, then talk it over with God.

How encouraging it is to actually hear from God. To hear from him is assurance in the inmost being, because he is treating us as his child by communicating with us. And if our heavenly father is faithful to communicate with us, we can have full assurance, indeed.

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