Answer the Call

Answering the Call of God

A Guide to Spiritual Awakening and Growth

Deep within the human heart lies a longing for something greater, a yearning for purpose and connection beyond the material world. This inner calling, often referred to as the “call of God,” is a gentle whisper urging us to embark on a spiritual journey, to seek meaning and fulfillment in our lives. In this blog post, we will explore the call of God on a person’s heart and how to respond to it. We will also delve into the steps of salvation, the path to spiritual growth, and the importance of embracing the fruits of the spirit.

  1. The Call of God: The call of God is not limited to a particular religious belief or denomination. It is a universal invitation extended to all people, regardless of their background or circumstances. This call stirs within our hearts, nudging us to explore the depths of our spirituality and discover our purpose in the grand tapestry of existence. Recognizing this call is the first step towards embarking on a transformative journey.
  2. Answering the Call: a. Listening: To answer the call of God, we must first attune our hearts and minds to listen. This requires creating space for silence and reflection, allowing the divine presence to speak to us through intuition, signs, and inner wisdom. Engaging in practices such as meditation, prayer, and contemplation can help us develop this receptive state of being.

Seeking Truth: Once we recognize the call, we embark on a quest for truth. This involves exploring various spiritual traditions, studying sacred texts, and seeking wise counsel. It is essential to approach this journey with an open mind and heart, allowing the divine to guide us towards the truth that resonates within us.

Surrendering: Answering the call necessitates surrendering our ego-driven desires and attachments. It is a process of relinquishing control and placing our trust in a higher power. This surrender allows the divine to work through us, leading us towards our authentic selves and our unique purpose.

  1. Steps of Salvation: Salvation refers to the process of liberation from the burdens of the past and awakening to the divine presence within. While the steps may vary across different belief systems, they generally involve the following:

a. Repentance: Acknowledging our shortcomings and seeking forgiveness for past actions. This involves an honest assessment of ourselves, humility, and a genuine desire to change.

b. Faith: Placing our trust in a higher power and embracing a personal relationship with the divine. This requires cultivating unwavering faith, even in times of doubt and uncertainty.

c. Grace: Recognizing that salvation is a gift bestowed upon us by the divine. It is not something we can earn through our efforts alone, but a result of the unmerited favor and love extended to us.

d. Transformation: Allowing the divine to work within us, transforming our hearts and minds. This process involves letting go of old patterns, embracing virtues, and embodying love, compassion, and forgiveness.

  1. Growing in the Spirit: Once we have answered the call and embraced salvation, our spiritual journey does not end. It is an ongoing process of growth and deepening connection with the divine. Here are some steps to nurture this growth:

a. Spiritual Practices: Engaging in regular spiritual practices such as prayer, meditation, study of sacred texts, and acts of service. These practices nourish our souls and deepen our connection with the divine.

b. Community: Surrounding ourselves with like-minded individuals who share our spiritual journey. Participating in supportive communities provides encouragement, accountability, and opportunities for growth.

c. Inner Work: Continuously examining our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. This introspection helps us identify areas that need healing and transformation, enabling us to align more closely with our divine nature.

  1. The Fruit of the Spirit: As we grow in the spirit, we begin to bear the fruits of the spirit. These are qualities that reflect the divine nature within us and manifest in our daily lives. The fruits of the spirit include love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Cultivating these virtues leads to a harmonious and fulfilling existence.
  2. Acknowledging and Overcoming Darkness: In our spiritual journey, it is essential to acknowledge and confront the dark forces within ourselves. These may include negative thoughts, destructive habits, unresolved emotions, or harmful relationships. Bringing these aspects into the light through self-reflection, seeking support, and practicing forgiveness allows us to find peace and liberation from their grip.


The call of God on a person’s heart is an invitation to embark on a transformative spiritual journey. By answering this call, embracing the steps of salvation, nurturing our growth in the spirit, and acknowledging and overcoming darkness, we can attain a profound sense of purpose, connection, and peace. Remember, this journey is unique to each individual, and it unfolds at its own pace. Embrace the call, trust the process, and allow the divine to guide you towards the fullness of your being.

4 Room House

Around 26 years ago (1996), when I was 30 I had a dream. In this dream I was in a large wheat field. The wheat was starting to bow as it was just about harvest time. I looked up the hill and saw a house with a porch all the way around it. I was eminently transported into one of the rooms.

I found myself in a large room with a group of people standing in lines. They looked like they were in the military as they stood straight up looking forwards and not flinching. I couldn’t figure out why they were there. As I walked in front of them I noticed that there were windows, four in total. Two on one wall and two on the other. I thought why is it so gray in here? It should be brighter. I then turned to a person in line and asked what are you doing here? No response, they just stared forward and didn’t move a mussel. I then saw a door connecting to another room. I could see people in that room as well. I then walked to that door and entered.

As I entered the next room, I saw again the rows of people standing at attention and not even blinking. They looked to be in a trance. I also saw four windows with two being on each wall. It was still dimly lit even though you could see through the windows. As I walked through each row, I was asking them questions but non of them responded. I then noticed that each of them had a flash light in their right hand. I looked down and saw that I had one too. I quickly turned my light on and then a large white beam of light covered me from head to toe. I quickly started to tell the other people to turn on their light. Then I noticed another door leading to the next room with people in it as well.

This room was the same as the other two. People standing at attention and looking into nowhere. I walked through three rows and then I noticed that there where seven rows of ten people in each row. I thought to myself, this is strange but I keep going. I got to the middle of the fourth row and said out loud, “this is enough”. I stopped in front of this one person, garbed there shoulders and gave them a quick shake. They looked at me and blinked a few times. Then they asked me, what did you say? I said, “turn on your light”. They looked down at their hand and turned on their light. I looked into their face and they smiled.

The next thing I remembered I was back in the wheat field looking at this house again wondering what It was all about. I then woke

One house, one porch all around, four rooms, four windows per room and twelve in total, two doors, seven rows of ten people at attention, dimly lit, flash light, turning on the light, covered by beam of light