“This song is about hearing the literal and figurative voice of God. Unfortunately, we (Christians) sometimes tend to follow our own ideas and plans without seeking God’s will beforehand. This can often lead us to places where we feel lost, confused, and weary; this is when we realize that we haven’t been heeding the Lord’s call. This song encourages the listener to pursue an active dialogue with God and constantly listen for His words.” –Scott Taube
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