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"And beyond measure astonished, saying, He hath done all things well: he maketh both the deaf to hear, and the dumb to speak." (Mark 7:37)
"...He hath done all things well:..." Amen! Our wonderful Savior deserves a good pat on the back, and a hearty "Well done"!
Jesus came back to the regions of the Sea Of Galilee, once again. As soon as it was known that He was near by, the people of that region began bringing the sick and infirm unto Him.
They brought a man that could not hear at all, nor could he speak. Jesus touched him, and spoke a single word unto him, 'Ephphatha', and he could both hear, and speak plainly!
That was a spectacular miracle! This man had never heard human language before. He didn't know words, nor their meaning. What Jesus did was more difficult than teaching someone to speak in a foreign language in an instant. Yet, this man could not only speak a language he had never heard before, but was also fluent in that language! His phonics were perfect. Wow!
Jesus performs this miracle each and every time He saves someone. Immediately, we begin to speak a language that is only spoken in heaven. We can pray to God, and He hears us! We can hear from God, and understand what He has said. This new language belongs only to those who know the Lord!
Let's go back to what the Galileans said, "...He hath done all things well:,,," Human beings are the most critical of all created beings. We tend to look for fault in others before we look for the good. Often, we even look for faults in God, and blame Him for our hardships.
God is not at fault. He hath done all things well. Our lovely Savior was a good man. He went about doing good for others. That has not changed, nor shall it ever.
From my heart to your heart.

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