Most often when I hear advice on the key to hearing God’s voice, it points to the need to get away and find a place to “quieten your heart”.
You may have heard the incredible stories coming out of the Middle East where Jesus has been reported to be appearing to Muslims in dreams.
Unforgiveness stops us from hearing God’s voice almost more than any other area. When we bear unforgiveness in our heart, we can’t get through to God.
The way we view our relationship with God will impact our ideas about prayer. Conversation happens in the context of relationship.
In the story of Gideon, we see a God who knows our struggle with doubt and even anticipates our questions: how do we know a message is from God?
If we can all hear God’s voice for ourselves, do we still need to go to church?
If this young couple had never given attention to a divinely-inspired dream, we would not be celebrating Christmas the way we do today.
History is littered with stories of people who have been able to conquer nations but not their own lives. So how does God call us to handle them?
Muhammad was raised around Christians and accepted some of their teachings, but was unable to accept the pinnacle event in Jesus’ ministry.
Let’s not turn the story of Genesis into a fruitless science vs faith debate. The truths in Genesis are far more profound than what year the earth came into being.