In Christianity we talk a lot about having a personal relationship with God, but do you hear God’s voice? Here are some tips for how.
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Listening to the Holy Spirit can seem like a weird concept. How exactly does it work? How do I know if it is Him or just my own mind talking?
Even when we hear God’s voice, things can still go wrong. The interaction of God’s revelation with our fallen humanity means there are few solid rules.
Dreams usually speak a symbolic language. Objects may represent a concept. If your dream features a vehicle of some sort, it is likely to be significant.
Think of the last time someone whispered something to you. They weren’t on the other side of the room, they were right next to you.
God’s voice is best heard within the safety and accountability of the church community. This is the pattern we see in the early church.
Perhaps there is a lesson bigger than just being charitable or kind to those less fortunate when God prompts us to help others.
I wonder what could be achieved if we were willing to respond when the timing of God disrupts our lives, instead of waiting for when it’s convenient for us.
For Aussie farmer Jarrod, it was a dream that ended up being the difference between delcaring bankruptcy and keeping his farm.
I looked up and around the room and thought I was going crazy. I had heard God’s voice. Was I imagining it? No; I had just heard it.