It is when we quiet our hearts we can hear the voice of God. He longs for a relationship with us and blessings us by speaking what He wants us to know.
I have written Abundant Living for people to experience more of God’s joy over them. He has such great ideas for us if only we knew how to catch them.
God oftentimes is waiting for us to see if we are interested before speaking. Are we pulling away from our daily activities enough to listen to God speak?
Maybe John noticed blood where Jesus had prayed. Maybe Peter wondered what if he had stayed awake. I’m not questioning if it happened. How did they know?
If you are interested in growing in your ability to hear God’s voice for yourself and others, I would recommend Translating God by Shawn Bolz.
God wants to speak to us, and we somehow miss what He is saying. Here are four common hinderances to hearing God speak that never seem to get discussed.
We have a God that loves to speak. Pray through these two ways to overcome God’s silence and may you be released into a greater awareness of His voice.
In response to the accusations of non-believer about us having blind faith, our family tells us, “God gave you a brain, use it.” Is this really God’s idea?
Jesus’ life is awe inspiring which leaves us admiring Jesus. However, Luke 8 shows us how to add power to our prayers and have a life like Jesus.
The mere fact that God’s words don’t feel true may show areas of needed growth. We need a fresh infusion of the truth to become who God created us.
I recently said that people normally read what they want in the Bible. Sensing some confusion, today’s post is How to Read the Bible Without Going Astray.
How do we bring revival to America? to Australia? to Europe? to China? Do we want it? What will it look like? Here are four steps to bring revival.