Hearing God Voice : My sheep Hear my Voice .

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John 10:27–28 NKJV
27 My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. 28 And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand.
Acts 10:34 NKJV
34 Then Peter opened his mouth and said: “In truth I perceive that God shows no partiality.
John 18:37 NKJV
37 Pilate therefore said to Him, “Are You a king then?” Jesus answered, “You say rightly that I am a king. For this cause I was born, and for this cause I have come into the world, that I should bear witness to the truth. Everyone who is of the truth hears My voice.”
Amos 8:11 NKJV
11 “Behold, the days are coming,” says the Lord God, “That I will send a famine on the land, Not a famine of bread, Nor a thirst for water, But of hearing the words of the Lord.
Proverbs 3:5 NKJV
5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding;
Psalm 145:18 NKJV
18 The Lord is near to all who call upon Him, To all who call upon Him in truth.
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4 Ways to Know If You’re Hearing God’s Voice

Not sure if it’s you or God? Use these four easy ways to know if you’re hearing God’s voice, and enjoy the conversation!
Our lives can sometimes feel like constant noise—voices from every side—influencing the way we think and feel. But, in the midst of it all, there is one voice we need to hear the most—the voice of God.
When you’re seeking the answer to one of life’s challenges, do you ever wonder if you’re hearing God’s voice, or if it’s just your own voice? Maybe you’re hoping to hear from Him, but you don’t want to get it wrong and make a bad move. Do you need to hear Him today about your finances, your children, your marriage or your health?
There is good news—God is speaking to you all the time. In fact, A.W. Tozer said, “It’s the nature of God to speak.” He wants to have fellowship with you, and He wants you to hear Him—all the time. God has promised to lead His children by His Spirit and enable them to know His voice. That means you can learn to know exactly what the Spirit of God is saying to you about every situation. You don’t have to go through life blindly making decisions or relying on your own abilities.
When you learn to tune in to God’s voice, it won’t be an occasional event but an everyday part of life. That’s why, in the New Testament, Jesus said, “He who has ears to hear, let him hear,” 15 different times.
You can learn to hear God! If you’re longing for certainty in your fellowship with God, here are four ways to know if you’re hearing God’s voice:
1. Check Your Receiver “And you will seek for Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart.” –Jeremiah 29:13 (NKJV) Have you ever tried to watch television or listen to the radio without turning it on? Of course not! You already know that if you don’t turn on the receiver, you’re not going to hear a thing. When you do turn them on, you fully expect to hear something! So, how do you check your spiritual receiver? The one way to know if your spiritual receiver is turned on is to answer this question:
Do you expect to hear from God? Some people say, Well, God just doesn’t talk to me. But, here is an important truth: even if you don’t feel like God speaks to you—He does. In fact, He’s speaking to you right now. But, if you aren’t expecting to hear from Him, you haven’t even turned on the receiver! Now, let’s be clear—He isn’t going to scream, yell and demand that you pay attention. He is always speaking to you, but He speaks in “a still small voice” (1 Kings 19:12, NKJV). So to hear Him, you have to tune in and listen carefully. Another way to describe the way we hear God’s voice is through an inward witness.
What is an inward witness? God doesn’t communicate with us the way we communicate with one another. He communicates from His Spirit to your spirit, and then your spirit communicates what you hear to your mind. That is what we call an inward witness. It is very similar to a thought or a prompting. It’s very subtle and requires a closeness with God and regular practice to hear it more quickly and clearly. That’s why the more time you spend with the Lord and the more you practice tuning in to His voice, the more it will become a voice that “thunders in marvelous ways” (Job 37:5, NIV). How do you come to a place where you know whether it’s you or the Lord? Certainty in knowing that you are hearing God’s voice comes to the person who is united with Him (1 Corinthians 6:17, NIV). United means “joined,” or “in union.”  It doesn’t apply to someone who is not living for God. It applies to whomever seeks Him diligently, spends time fellowshiping with Him through prayer, and obeys the commands in His Word. A receiver who is intact and ready to tune in to the voice of God is one who is expecting to hear from Him, and is willing to learn to know His voice. 2. Find His Frequency “They know his voice” –John 10:4 (NKJV) There was once a time when you had to work to tune in to a program on the radio or television set. You had to find the right frequency. You never questioned if it was broadcasting—you knew it was—but you had to do your part to find the frequency and tune in. How do you locate the frequency God uses to speak to you?.
Most often, we miss His frequency because we’re tuned in to hear some huge revelation; when, in fact, He is giving simple instructions. That’s what He will do when you first begin to hear from Him—and He will continue to do this for the rest of your life here on earth. Obedience in the simple things is very important to God—it reveals the willingness of you heart.
So, if you’re waiting for God to send you out to part the Red Sea, you may be missing what He’s saying to you right now—which might be to clean out your closet or stop watching certain television shows or spend more time with your children. He will talk to you about the small things in your life that you need to change—adjustments you need to make. He will begin to deal with you where you are, which most often involves helping you walk in God’s best by getting rid of things that are holding you back.
God wants liberty and freedom for our lives, and that begins with training. He teaches us how to be led by the Spirit. But, if we disobey these promptings in the little things, we won’t graduate to the bigger assignments. Sometimes, the small things He asks of us may seem unimportant, or involve giving up things we think we enjoy.
But to reach a level of intimacy with God where we hear His voice and are launched us into new places in the spirit, obedience must become a non-negotiable in our lives. That’s why Matthew 18 tells us to become like little children—which means not to be high-minded and think we’re all-knowing. To find God’s frequency, you must be willing to hear His voice in the small things. 3. Learn to Discern His Voice “My sheep hear my voice.” –John 10:27 (KJV) If your spouse or closest friend calls you on the telephone, do you know it’s them before they tell you? Most likely you do! But how? Because you’ve spent so much time with them, the sound of their voice and their way of saying things has become well-known to you—easy to recognize.
The same is true when it comes to our relationship with God. If you want to get to a place where you don’t have to wonder whose voice you’re hearing—yours, the devil’s or God’s—you need to spend time with the Lord. A lot of time. But, if you keep your mind and your heart full of the things of this world, it will be difficult for you to differentiate between the Spirit of God and your own thoughts. That is the definition of a carnal mind—one that has not been renewed by the Word of God.
The more time you spend with Him, the more certain you’ll become about hearing God’s voice. It isn’t just time talking to Him, though. We learn His voice when we listen to His voice. That’s why in Matthew 17:5 (NASB) He said, “This is My beloved Son…listen to Him!” Find out more about discernment and how to use it here.
4. Line It Up With His Word—the Bible “All Scripture is inspired by God.” –2 Timothy 3:16 (NASB) One sure way to know if you’re hearing God’s voice is to line up what you hear against the Word of God. God will never tell you to do, think or say anything contrary to His Word. If you have a thought and you don’t know if it’s God or not—you can look it up in the Bible and settle it right away. The Spirit of God will only tell you to do things that will give you a more abundant life.  Every change He tells you to make is designed to bring blessing into your life and minister grace to you. So, He isn’t going to tell you to refuse to forgive someone or spend money frivolously, or anything else that doesn’t match His Word.
God always agrees with His written Word, and His Word always agrees with Him. In fact, Psalm 138:2 (NKJV) says He has magnified His Word even above His Name. That means God has put His Name on His written Word the way we would put our name at the bottom of a contract. He has given us His Word as a covenant and signed it in the Name of Jesus, by the blood of Jesus. Since God cannot lie, there is no way He will ever do or say anything contrary to that Word. He has absolutely joined Himself to it forever.
God trains us to recognize His voice through His written Word. He uses it to tune our spiritual ears to what is real so that we can easily recognize a counterfeit. When you’re trained to hear God’s voice in His Word, the devil won’t be able to sneak deceptions in on you. When he tries to razzle-dazzle you with some religious-sounding voice that says, “I love you, my son. But it’s just not my will to heal you at this time,” you won’t buy it. You’ll rise up and say, “That’s not the voice of God. That’s a lie from hell because it doesn’t agree with the Word that says, ‘By His stripes we are healed’” (Isaiah 53:5, NKJV).
To live in confidence that you are hearing from Him, you need to have a knowledge of His Word continually in your heart.  And you do this by drawing near to God (James 4:8).  That’s your part—to seek Him. God’s not going to run you down. Your part is to diligently seek Him. That involves spending time in the Word and in prayer. And whatever place you give Him in your life, the Spirit of God will fill it up for you. The best part about hearing God’s voice? You won’t just avoid counterfeit voices—you’ll be given access to secrets and revelation knowledge that will make you the head and not the tail (Deuteronomy 28:13). In Jeremiah 33:3, He says, “Call to Me and I will answer you, and I will tell you great and mighty things, which you do not know” (NASB). All you have to do is pursue a life in which you hear the voice of God, heed it and walk into a victory you never thought possible.
When you check your receiver, find His frequency, learn to discern His voice, and line up what you hear with His Word—hearing God’s voice won’t be an occasional event, but a lifestyle. And when someone asks you, “What is the Spirit of God telling you today?” you won’t hesitate for a moment. You’ll know exactly what to say.
Is this voice of the spirit or me
Hebrews 4:12–13 NKJV
12 For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 13 And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account.
Your mind , intentellt , soul and spirit .. The word divid clearly .. legalisim ..
Holy spirit will not interrupting himself .. Religion ..
Contact second guess every move u made . different calling of God every week . God does not change his mind so easyly .
You are realy on your ability to hear God , than his ability to speak to you .
The word .
2 Timothy 3:16–17 NIV
16 All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.
Open your bible .. you want a word from God open ur bible
If you are serious about hearing the voice of the spirit , you will be serious about reading your Bible . is the most clearway the holy spirit will speak , it is the more sure word of prophecy
2 Peter 1:19 NKJV
19 And so we have the prophetic word confirmed, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts;
most accurate , most realiable , that is where u start . the problem is many want to start with dreams, prophecy , hearth.
if you start with your dream , or hearth u will be in error . start with the word
2. Through Wisdom . inner wisdom . the word strenghtign u with wisdom and wisdom helps u to navigate situation and circumstance .
If your life and actions are rooted in the word you will have wisdom for living , i don’t get specific instruction everyday .. but i have the wisdom of the spirit ..
The spirit speak through the word and guide your life thorugh wisdom .. The knowing that you know you are right and God has your path.
James 1:5 NKJV
5 If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.
Solomon .. Wisdom cries . is not a sentence spoken but a sense felts . Not all the time u have that sentence spoken , but a knowing and a sense .
You don’t get it right all the time , but God has his WORD as a compass. KNOW THE WORD
3. The Wisper .
Through the wisper . it the means that is interfeace by your emotion and thought . Your emotion will interfare with a wisper . but it is specific instruction .
it can come when u want to make a important decision .
it is a feeling , pressure , distraction . burden( can be amplifeid in prayer ) , not in the bible , a specific wispare to your hearth.
The voice of consioues , the voice of gult , the voice knowing .
Day to day living , very specific instruction of the spirit that matters. day to day living . specific instruction to the spirit
If you reverse it you will end up in legalsim and confussion and mental anguise. .. that is why u have to be fundametality and primaryly guided by the word and supervisially guided by the wisper
4. Wonders .
Prophets , visions, miracle , signs and wonders .
Hebrews 1:1–2 NKJV
1 God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, 2 has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the worlds;
The phrase “God’s voice” is what I consider Christianese: the language used almost exclusively by Christians. Many times, we use these words without fully understanding what they mean. Since I want to make sure we’re talking about the same thing, let’s clarify what I mean when I refer to God’s voice. We’ll do that by going into the Word.
When the Bible talks about the voice of God, it can refer to one of five things.

1. God’s physical voice

One of the most vivid examples of God’s physical voice in Scripture is the story of the burning bush. God physically spoke to Moses from the burning bush. The two had a long conversation about how God wanted to use Moses to rescue the Israelites from slavery. You can read the full account in Exodus 3:1-4:17.
📷Image courtesy of Canva.com 2. The evidence of God in nature Nature was created by God’s voice. He spoke and everything came to life. It, therefore, stands to reason that we can experience God’s voice through His created things. If you’ve spent even a few minutes observing nature, you can’t help but marvel at the creativity, functionality, and interconnectivity of His creation. When God revealed His omnipotence to Job, one of the first things He spoke about was Creation (Job 38:2-7). This page may contain affiliate links. Read the full affiliate disclosure. There are several passages in the Bible that encourage us to learn from nature. For example, we can understand how God cares for us by looking at the birds and how He cares for them (Luke 12:24). The ant teaches us how to work hard (Proverbs 6:6-8). Jesus told His disciples to be as “wise as serpents but as harmless as doves” (Matthew 10:16).

3. God’s written words

The Bible is God’s gift to humanity. By reading and studying the Bible, we can learn about the character and nature of God. We also learn what is expected as members of His family. God’s Word is living and active (Hebrews 4:12). It goes out from His mouth and accomplishes great things (Isaiah 55:11).

4. God’s word spoken through His prophets

Throughout the ages, there have been numerous prophets who spoke as they were inspired by the Holy Spirit. A good chunk of the Old Testament consists of the writings of the prophets: Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah, et al. These men spoke to the Israelites about what they were doing wrong, how they could change, as well as, God’s response to their actions.
Those writings stand as a testimony to us today and provide examples of what it means to live a godly life.

5. Visions and dreams

God has often spoken to His people through dreams and visions. Daniel and Ezekiel both experienced God’s voice through visions. God spoke to Abimelech (Genesis 20:3) and Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 2:1) through dreams.

How Does God Speak to Us?

In Bible times, God would occasionally talk to His people in an audible way. Today, He mostly speaks to us in our minds. He may also speak to us through His Word, through His people, through visions and dreams, or other methods. I know personally, I sometimes get an answer from God through articles, books, and other Christian programs.

How do you know it’s God’s voice?

But how do you know God’s voice? We have a lot of thoughts on a daily basis so how do we know which ones are from God, ourselves, or the enemy? There are four things to consider when you’re trying to decide if what you’re hearing is really the voice of God.
1. What’s your relationship with God like? A lot of it boils down to your relationship. Let’s be clear about something: God is quite capable of speaking to persons who don’t acknowledge Him as God or have a relationship with Him,  but He’s a relational God. He wants to communicate with us within the boundaries of a relationship.
2. Does the message align with Scripture? God’s voice will always line up with His Word. As Christ-followers, we should be spending time reading and studying the Bible. If we don’t spend time in His Word, we won’t know what it says. If we don’t know what the Bible says, we won’t be able to determine if what we’re hearing aligns with God’s Word or not.
3. Does it bring you a sense of peace? God’s voice should give you a sense of peace. So, okay, there are times when God wants you to do something that you definitely do not want to do. In those situations, you may feel agitated, frustrated, or disturbed. These feelings usually result because we’re fighting the Spirit instead of listening to the voice of God. Once you decide to obey God’s voice, you usually experience a sense of peace
4. Have you gotten confirmation from a trusted source? A lot of times, when we hear a message from God, He repeats it. I most recently experienced this during a coaching session with my friend Latasha Strachan. I had been seeking clarity on my next steps and wanted to know if I had heard God correctly.
Well, the Holy Spirit showed up in the middle of my coaching session and confirmed that the whispers I had heard weeks earlier, had in fact been God’s voice. The next day, God repeated the message in a podcast episode that had been languishing on my watch list for at least a week.
God wants you to hear His voice. He will give you clear messages–if only you would open yourself up to His leading.

Why is it important to hear God’s voice

As followers of God, it’s important to be able to recognize the voice of God. The enemy lies and he talks. A. Lot.
The enemy always has something to say about you and it’s always bad. That’s why he’s called the accuser of the brethren (Revelation 12:9-11): his whole purpose on this earth is to accuse. He accuses you before God, before men, and even to yourself.
Related: Do You Believe the Positive Affirmations You Tell Yourself?
But when you can hear and recognize God’s voice, you let truth in. God will always speak what’s good and what’s true. He will always say things that are ultimately for your good (even when they’re hard to hear).
God’s voice provides clarity. He offers direction. He comforts us when we need to be comforted. He reminds us that we’re His and that He has plans for our lives.
When we can hear God’s voice, we have the power we need to claim victory over the enemy. Our victory is in Christ and when we listen to God’s voice, we’ll remember that.
I thought a lot about what it meant to be able to hear God’s voice as we seek to make decisions about our lives while reading Love at First Flight. Both characters had to make a decision about the future of their relationship and the right answer could only come from God.

My Review of Love at First Flight

This was a sweet second-chance romance.  Evelyn is a member of the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Quadron, a job she loves. When her ex-boyfriend turns out to be one of her instructors, Evelyn is not happy.
Jasper is not the same immature young man Evelyn loved in college, so why do they keep having the same fights?
Love at First Flight explored the topic of whether people could change or not. Both Jasper and Evelyn  had matured since their relationship broke up but they kept faking into the same cycles, at least at the beginning.
I enjoyed learning the history the female civilians who worked with the military ferrying planes but for me, this story just didn’t have enough tension. Apart from the arguments and a bit of tension between some of the military and the women, there wasn’t a lot of drama and I kept expecting more…now this is completely my fault but after reading Spies and Sweethearts I was expecting more if the same heart-stopping tension.
Know God: there was a scene that really stood out for me in Love at First Flight. Evelyn was frustrated with how things were turning out and she was talking to God about it. But the thing is she was determined to do her own things, God’s response was “Follow Me”.
I liked that Evelyn was able to recognize God’s voice. Like Evelyn, we need to spend time with God so we can know when He is speaking to us…and when He’s not.
Know yourself: both Evelyn and Jasper  had strong personalities and very definite opinions which meant they were always bumping heads. They each had to face traits in their personalities and resolve them.
Run your race: usually on this blog we focus on the importance of staying in our own lanes, but Love at First Flight highlighted another aspect of running our races. We need to allow other persons to run their own races. Sometimes, we see someone doing something and we may think they’re doing the wrong thing. It’s not our place to figure out what assignments God has given someone else. It’s our job to focus on the race set before us, not the path marked out for someone else.
Love at First Flight was a sweet story that reminded the reader that above all things they should be following Christ and not trying to do their own thing. I received an advanced reader’s copy from the publishers through Celebrate Lit; a positive review was not required. Purchase Love at First Flight on Amazon | Barnes & Noble.

About Love at First Flight

📷 Can two people emerge from the clouds of past hurt to find a silver lining of love? Evelyn Reid would rather fly than do anything else, so when war engulfs the U.S., she joins the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron. One of the program’s top pilots, she is tapped for pursuit plane training…the dream of a lifetime until she discovers the instructor is her ex-fiancé, Jasper MacPherson. Collecting enough points to rotate stateside, fighter pilot Jasper MacPherson is assigned to teach the WAFS how to fly the army way. Bad enough to be training women, but things take a turn for the worse when his former fiancée shows up as one of his students. Love at First Flight is a Christian historic romance.

About Linda Shenton Matchett

Linda Shenton Matchett is an author, speaker, and history geek. She writes about ordinary people who did extraordinary things in days gone by. Her books are regularly praised for their accuracy and realism. Linda Shenton Matchett writes about ordinary people who did extraordinary things in days gone by. She is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and was born a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry. Linda has lived in historic places all her life, and is now located in central New Hampshire where her favorite activities include serving as a volunteer docent and archivist for the Wright Museum of WWII, exploring historic sites, and immersing herself in the imaginary worlds created by other authors. 📷

How to Hear God’s Voice

It’s a great feeling to recognize that God is speaking to you. But maybe you’ve never experienced it, or wonder what you can do to hear God’s voice. If you want to hear God speak, here are some simple things you can do to make yourself available to hear Him:
Spend time reading His WordSpend time in prayerRemove distractions and quiet your heart
God has things to say to His people. He has things He wants to say to you, are you listening? How will you hear God’s voice today?
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How to Hear God’s Voice I’ve come to find that one of the most important things we can learn as Christians, but especially as missionaries, is how to hear God’s voice. I don’t know about you, but, at times, I am desperate for Him to speak to me. And if that describes you, I’m glad. For, in that state of desperateness, God speaks. So, here are six practical steps to take in order to start hearing God’s voice 1. Position Your Heart The first step of hearing God’s voice is knowing Him. You, of course, wouldn’t expect for a random stranger to start talking to you out of nowhere, well the same can be said about hearing from God. Your heart needs to be yearning to know more about this powerful, yet loving God that we serve. As you learn information, you need to delight in the character of God. Just as it says in Psalm 37:4, “Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.” Delighting yourself in God is an attribute of this relationship you have with God. Please be careful though; too many Christians only run to God in the troubles. Too many Christians only try to have God in their life when there are problems and they need answers. God is not a genie. He is a friend, a father, but most of all He is the God of all. And if you take on the mindset that God is only there to make your life better, you may need to reposition your heart. Especially if you are seeking to hear His voice. 2. Prepare Your Mind This world is filled with so many temptations and evil thoughts that it can sometimes be difficult in order to focus completely on Christ. God works in many different ways: our thoughts, impressions, visions/dreams, other people, and, of course, the Word of God; but, in order to receive God’s voice and words, we need to have our minds engaged in what He might say. This means your mind needs to be in the correct place. Here are some ways that I have learned to prepare my mind: Have Questions for God Some of these questions include: What sin is keeping me from getting to know you more?How can I grow to be more like you?In what ways can I be your hand and feet?How do you see me right now?How can I use this life for your glory?Focus on God’s Goodness Psalm 100:5 says “For the Lord is good; His steadfast love endures forever, and His faithfulness to all generations.” God is an amazing God, and when I first just think about how good He is, normally it overwhelms me completely. I stand in awe of how amazing He is, and I bask in His goodness. Because, sometimes that’s all I can do, for my words would never be enough. My acts of service could never repay Him for all He has done. We serve an amazing God, and it makes my heart sing when I just think of how great He is. I meditate on what God has to say about me I realize that I am a sinner, and I would completely understand if He would turn away from me, and forget my name. For I am a broken individual, who has slammed the door in His face countless time and yelled at Him for the problems in my life. Yet God still loves me. And that alone is absolutely amazing. So sitting there, and just looking over my list of things that God says about me. I am a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17)In Him, I am a conqueror (Romans 8:37)I am chosen (John 15:16)He calls me His child (John 1:12)I am His beloved (Deuteronomy 33:12)3. Ponder the Word Once you have your questions in hand and your heart is in wonder and awe of God, you are ready to hear God speak. So you might be asking, “So what now?” And my answer to that is for you to open up the Word. For In God’s word, you will find His voice, and He will speak to you in amazing ways. Yes, God has a way of speaking through other methods as well, including thoughts, versions, dreams, other people, but those things have to line up with the Word. So I encourage you to sit down, ask those questions to God, and just allow Him to speak in any way that He is willing. There is a chance that God is going to allow certain thoughts to run through your mind. However, there is a chance that those thoughts aren’t from God though; it could be or from the enemy, or even from you. That’s why it’s important to check back with the scriptures and see what God has to say. The scriptures are alive and active, allow them to speak for themselves, and change your soul. For the scriptures are the very words of God spilled out for us. But please, be patient as you read through the Bible. Allow yourself to meditate. Focus on what you’re reading. For God wrote this for you, and when you meditate on God and His Word, that is when God will speak to you. Personally, I have found that reading out loud and actually writing in my Bible helps me immensely. It forces me to remember what God has told me in the past and allows me to freely come before the throne and ask those questions that I’m seeking answers for. 4. Praise with Your Soul As you ponder the Word, you will begin to realize that things catch your eye. God is going to convict you of some sin or encourage you to stay strong in the faith, or even just bring up a thought for you to pray for. God is at work and will speak to you in His time. And when that happens, be sure to praise Him for that. The God of all is stepping down and talking to you. 5. Present it to Your Mentors Make sure you share what God is saying to you to different people. They can help you understand when things are confusing. They can also help discern whether it really was from God, or if it’s our emotions getting the best from us. Please don’t allow your fear of being wrong stop you from sharing with others. I’ve come to find even when I am wrong; God still finds a way of talking to me. 6. Please Never Stop Learning This is a very brief view on how you can hear God’s voice, but there are in-depth courses that can help you understand this concept more. Here at BGU, we have enrichment videos series, which will help you grow with your relationship with Christ. 📷 Right now, we have two series of videos: “How to Hear the Voice of God to Discern Your Calling” and “The Plan: Discover Your Role In God’s Plan”. But we are working on much more here and will have them out soon. Those including: We will be putting out a few courses new courses twice a year. Here are a few that are coming next: Mobilization: Helping Others Hear the CallMissions Sending: Strategies for Successful PartnershipMissions 101: What to Know Before You Go OverseasShort-Term Missions: Strategies for Long-Term ImpactThe Purpose and Power of Prayer in MissionsPlus, these videos are FREE. We just want to see you grow. Our desire is to have a strong family of Christ, so we can show this world how amazing our God is. So please, look into these enrichment courses, but more importantly dive into the Word of God and allow Him to speak to you.
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