Praise for WHEN GOD SPEAKS With clarity and precision , Chuck Pierce has brought forth a sparkling gem full of revelatory truth in the pages of When God Speaks . This book is a great addition to the arsenal of prophetic materials that ...
Author: Chuck D. Pierce
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
Hearing the voice of God is not as difficult as some might think. It may even happen without our realization. As God has spoken throughout the ages, He continues to speak today in many different ways, including through an impression in a person's spirit of through a passage of Scripture or via a prophetic dream. Since we were created to commune with God, He longs for us to draw near to Him so that we can know His heart and understand His will for our lives.
I bear the scars that speak of My great love for you. Ponder the One! May 10 Do your friends really know ME? Do you tell them what you know of ME? When you get together you usually update each other on things of life, but do you speak ...
When God does not seem to act in the way people expect, they often question the truth of God's very existence. ... Speak of the Transition Bibiically As we attempt to respond to crises of understanding and decision, telling the story of ...
Author: Craig A. Satterlee
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
At times, a congregational transition looms so large in a sermon that it becomes the lens through which scripture is interpreted, the congregation is addressed, the preacher is heard, and God is experienced. Homiletics professor and parish pastor Craig Satterlee reflects in this accessible, provocative volume about on how to integrate such significant events in a congregation's life into the preaching ministry of the church. Rather than offering a blueprint for preaching, however, he walks along pastors, seminarians, and other congregational leaders who want to make sure the Gospel, not an agenda, is preached.
God speaks throughout the Bible. Genesis 1 repeatedly states, “God spoke ... it was so ... it was good.” What God says always comes to pass and it is always good. Read Isaiah 14:24,27. “The Lord of hosts has sworn, saying, 'Surely, ...
Author: Henry Blackaby
Publisher: Blackaby Ministries International
When God Speaks is an extensive study of the important truths concerning God's speaking to His people. God does speak to His followers. He gives clear, personal instructions that enable you to experience fully His power, presence, and love. When God Speaks will help you understand the ways God speaks and be obedient to His voice. Perfect for individuals or small groups. (6 sessions)
Why hasHe done this? Because this is what wewant!These “LYING WONDERS” appear to be the works of God so that wewill listen to the false teachings of the men who are performing these miracles. One of these wondersisspeaking in tongues.
Author: Dean P. Andrews
Publisher: Inspiring Voices
When I was young, I was mysteriously protected and kept from harm. I was hit by a car, severely burned on the palms of my hands, and literally thrown out of a car into a busy intersection. Somehow I never sustained any injuries. I had many questions as this divine protection and provision continued throughout my life. Little did I know that what I endured was part of a plan for me to know what I have now learned, and share this with all who will listen. These adventures with our heavenly Father not only gave me answers to my questions but also much understanding of our Father and His works. This book tells about my adventures and part of what I learned. It is the beginning of a series of books containing what our Father has taught me. It was not easy for me to hear. It was not easy for me to write. It is always difficult for us to listen to Him. All He is asking now is for us to listen to what He has told us from the beginning and respond.
Author: Sr Pascale-Dominique NauPublish On: 2013-02-07
God speaks, and through His word, he creates. John illustrates this in Romances IIIIV: My Son, I wish to give you a bride who will love you. She will deserve, because of you, to share our company... I thank you Father, responded the Son ...
Author: Sr Pascale-Dominique Nau
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Practicing lectio divina. Saint John of the Cross based his teaching of lectio divina on two major sources of spirituality: the Ladder of Monks, Guigo II's classic on the subject and the Rule of Carmel. From the first he received the structure: reading, meditation, prayer and contemplation, and from the second the conditions and inspiration: "Each one of you is to stay in his own cell or nearby, meditating the Lord’s law day and night (cf. Psa 1:2; Jos 1:8) and vigilant in prayer (cfr Eph 6:18)."
Discover the Ways of God Disclosed in the Word of God the Holy Bible Douglas Nelson ... God's. Power. Over. Nature. is. Incomparable. It is God's way to speak to us through the forces of nature in our world. He has our attention in the ...
Author: Douglas Nelson
Publisher: WestBow Press
There is a common question that is asked about God. If God exists as a person, what is he like? Let God speak for himself! Discover the ways of God disclosed in the Word of God—the Holy Bible. The Bible from beginning to end is an account of the ways of God. The inspired scriptures is God in his own words describing his ways—all of which are a reflection of his awesome, unchanging character. The Bible is God making his ways known by words he inspired to be written and by historical events recorded in the pages of Scripture whereby he has visibly expressed his character. God’s way is holiness, but God is also at one and the same time righteous, true, just, loving, gracious, merciful, and good. God’s intent is not only that we know these truths about him but that we also know God as a “person” we can worship, believe in, trust, love, and serve. The proof we want to know God is that we desire in good faith to reflect his ways in our daily lives in everything we think and say and do.
Iraqw Christians do not evince or express strong feelings of closeness and endearment to God's name in Swahili when they are in ... would receive an enthusiastic and positive response from the majority of the Iraqw-speaking Christians.
Author: Aloo Osotsi Mojola
Publisher: Langham Publishing
This is the fascinating and important story of how God’s Word came to East Africa. Beginning with the pioneering efforts of Krapf and Rebmann, Aloo Osotsi Mojola traces the history of Bible translation in the region from 1844 to the present. He incorporates four decades of personal conversations and interviews, along with extensive research, to provide the first comprehensive account of the translations undertaken in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The maps and tables included assist the reader, as does a history of the Swahili language – its standardization, role as lingua franca, and impact on the work of translation. Mojola’s writing is a tribute to those who sacrificed much in their quest to see the word of God accessible to all people, in all places – and the many who continue to sacrifice for the peoples of East Africa. This book is a key contribution to the important and ongoing narrative of how God has met us, and continues to meet us, in our own contexts and our own languages.
There have been periods where God has spoken in frightening detail, other times when we have simply enjoyed one ... What God speaks is His will, will for our conduct, will to open doors in another's life and ours, a will to build the ...
Author: Jeffrey M. Yuna
Publisher: WestBow Press
John 10:27 states, "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me." Whether you have never heard the voice of God or you hear it every day, God Speaks is a practical guide in hearing more. God speaks to all of us. Author Jeffrey M. Yuna walks the reader through example after example of hearing the voice of God. Through the intertwining of these examples with biblical truths and tenets, God's voice becomes discernible among the clutter of thought, mind, and circumstance. This book seeks to help every Christian wanting to know what God is saying when he speaks individually to them.
We have a similar choice with God . Either we can complain that God does not speak as we wish he did , or we can learn the manner in which God actually speaks . At this point Abram may be of some help to us .
Author: Ben Campbell Johnson
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
As Christians we believe that God speaks -- that God has spoken to people down through the centuries and still speaks to us today. But just how does God speak to us? Has his speech changed over time? And how do we bhearb the voice of God? In this insightful book Ben Campbell Johnson explores the subject of divine speech, highlighting its importance to faith and leading Christian believers into the practice of listening for Godbs voice in daily life. Johnson first explores the biblical foundations of divine communication, tracing the ways that God has spoken to humankind from the calling of Abraham, to the appearance of Jesus, to the continuing work of the Spirit in the early church. He then gleans important lessons about Godbs language from a wide range of Christian figures throughout history -- Polycarp, Julian of Norwich, Teresa of Cvila, Henri Nouwen, and others. As this historical record shows, God communicates with us in a variety of ways. In exploring these different modes of bGodSpeech, b Johnson deftly guides readers into the practice of bintensive listening, b a way of posing issues to God and discerning his response. Numerous anecdotes illuminate Johnsonbs discussion, and each chapter ends with questions for reflection and discussion as well as suggestions for journaling. Johnson concludes the book by recounting a number of personal experiences that vividly illustrate the value of learning to listen to Godbs voice. At a time when many Christians hunger for a more personal, meaningful connection with God, this book shows readers how to discern divine language and forge a closer, richer relationship with bthe God who speaks.b