When my friend invited me to lunch, it took several e-mails and three days to decide on a time and a place. Back and forth we went with short messages of where, when and why; can’t go that day and that place isn’t open.
We concluded that we could have solved this problem in two minutes on the phone. Instead we spent three days trying to do it through email.
Has that ever happened to you? Talking face-to-face or even voice-to-voice is much more satisfying. You might want to try it when you are texting all through dinner and another face is actually sitting across from you. Take a good look. Someday it won’t be there and you will wish you had paid more attention.
Moses wasn’t texting when he met with God, but I bet he cherished the memory of that special moment when he finally saw God face-to-face.
And the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend. Moses returned to the camp, but his minister Joshua son of Nun, a young man, did not depart from the [temporary prayer] tent. (Exodus 33:11, AMP)
Prayer – Lord give us common sense when it comes to technology. Amen