What does hearde mean?
Hearde is a term found in religious scriptures. According to the Bible, God sent the prophhet Elija to hear the sounds of the heavenly sound of fire, thunder, and lightning as they approached. That’s what the Prophet Elijah heard when he heard the thunder, heard the sound of fire, heard the sound of God speaking to the prophet in the midst of his thunder. The scripture says that he heard the heavenly sound of a trumpet sounding, and he heard the sound of a woman being seized with the devil, and he heard a man’s voice saying, “Yea, God has heard.”
The scripture says that God had heard that man’s heart, which had been “mourned by God’s hearing in that heart.”
That man’s heart was just like the one in the scripture that suffered while being struck by a rod, and that man’s heart was a heart that was a “heart that was hear,” but God had not heard him. God had not heard the heart that was “hear.” That heart was hear.
As God’s ear heard the sound of the fire, thunder, and lightning, that is what we are hearing today as we hear a voice speaking into the hearts of those who are hearing. If you think you are hearing the sounds of thunder, fire, and lightning while you hear a voice speaking to your heart, then I would encourage you to listen more closely, because that is God’s ear hearing a voice speaking into your heart, and that is God’s ear hearing the voice of God speaking to your heart.
Verse 2 says that God is hearing a voice that is both a voice that is hearing and a voice that is speaking.
Let’s say God is hearing a voice that is hearing, and that is what is audible. Now, we will not discuss the audible voice because we will not be speaking much to that either. I will mention that I have heard God speak in the quiet of the night. I have heard that voice a number of times, and I have heard it a few times when I have heard a voice that is both a voice that is hearing and a voice that is speaking.
I hear a voice;
I hear a voice that is both hearing and speaking, and I hear that voice a lot in those times when I have prayed a prayer that I had not prayed before. So what I am saying is that in the days to come, we will not be talking much about the audible voice. We will be talking more about God’s hear and listen. I am sure that some of you hear God and some of you listen to God, and some of you hear God but listen to God.
Verse 3 says that God hears. Why would God listen to the voice of a man when God hears the voice of a mountain? Why would God listen to the voice of an eagle when God hears the voice of a blade of grass?
God is listening to the voice of a tree that is planted right into the heart of the mountain. God listen to the voice of a forest when God hears the voice of the air that flows over the mountains. God is listening to the voice of the mountain as he hears the voice of the thunder that is still rising, as the thunder begins to ring through the earth, as the thunder reaches the mountains, as the earth begins to shake, as the mountains begin to rumble, as the mountains begin to shake, as the mountain begins to shake, as the mountains begin to shake, as the mountains begin to shake, as the mountain begins to shake.
God is listening to the voice of God speaking;
God is listening to the voice of God speaking through all that is out there in our universe. He is listening to the voice of God speaking through you, and the voice of God speaking through me, and through mountains, through fire, lightning, thunder, and wind. The voice of God can be heard even today as we hear a voice speaking through the voices of those who are hearing, as God hears that voice, and it is an equally loud voice.
God hears, and God listens, and God is listening to hear, and God is listening to listen to hear.