Discerning The Voice Of God

Author: Priscilla C. Shirer
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 1575679515
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Do you feel that the ability to hear God's voice is for other people and not for you? Is it only for people who lived in Biblical times? Not at all! The God who loved you enough to die for you loves you enough to talk to you. And wherever you are in your spiritual walk, God will find a way to speak to you in a way you will understand. Become acquainted with the Voice that has spoken from a fire and a cloud; with visible signs and an invisible Spirit; through a burning bush and burning hearts. Hear from some of the most well-known Christians in history about how God speaks to them—and discover for yourself how you can discern the voice of God.

Right People Right Place Right Plan

Author: Jentezen Franklin
Editor: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603741437
Size: 16,25 MB
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Whom should I marry? What will I do with my life? Do I take this job? Should I invest money in this opportunity? God has bestowed an incredible gift in the heart of every believer. He has given you an internal compass to help guide your life, your family, your children, your finances, and much more. Jentezen Franklin reveals how, through the Holy Spirit, you can tap into the heart and mind of the Almighty. Learn to trust those divine “nudges” and separate God's voice from all other voices in your life. Tap into your supernatural gift of spiritual discernment and you will better be able to fulfill your purpose as a child of God.

Is That You God

Author: Phillip Collier
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452022984
Size: 11,20 MB
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The Bible is the best source for general Christian guidance, but the Scriptures teach that God guides us in specific ways by the Holy Spirit. Because of sin, we sometimes have difficulty distinguishing God's voice from our own thoughts and emotions. This book offers a model for recognizing the Holy Spirit when He speaks, along with principles based on the model. Lessons learned from spiritual experiences are also presented. If properly understood and applied, what is taught in these pages may help readers follow the Holy Spirit more closely and avoid making mistakes that could damage faith and bring derision to the Christian community.

Discerning The Voice Of God

Author: Priscilla Evans Shirer
Editor: Moody Pub
ISBN: 9780802450111
Size: 15,47 MB
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Having a hard time knowing what God is saying versus what others are saying? This Bible study from author and speaker Shirer is designed to help participants know the voice of God: His language, character, and tone of voice. Now fully updated and revised.

That Gentle Whisper Discerning The Voice Of God

Author: Robert L. Jacobus
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449729584
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...Then the man and his wife heard the voice of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the evening... (Genesis 3:8) God’s voice. What does it sound like? Can we hear it? What does it mean for our lives? In this book of word and art, we look together at how we can be more confident in our minds and have more assurance in our spirits that we are hearing, and being open to following, the Voice of God...

Is That You God

Author: Priscilla Shirer
Editor:
ISBN: 9781415866917
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Is That You God? demonstrates God's desire and willingness to personally communicate with His children and helps readers understand how to determine if a message comes from God or from another source.

Listening To God In Times Of Choice

Author: Gordon T. Smith
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830876198
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All Christians yearn to live at the center of God's will. But how to discern his will is an art that eludes many of us. And the advice we get often conflicts. Some tell us to look for a divine "blueprint"-the one perfect plan for our lives that we need to find. We are encouraged to search the Scriptures and hunt for signs, trying to uncover the map of our lives that God has drawn. Others have rejected the blueprint school of guidance for the "wisdom school." With minds renewed by the teaching of Scripture, we are to develop the wisdom necessary to make wise choices. We are told not to expect that there is just one answer to God's will for every decision we face. Several may be possible. The difficulty with both approaches, writes Gordon Smith, is that they minimize the presence and voice of God in times of choice. Instead, he argues for a third way. He suggests that we develop discernment as a spiritual discipline. By stressing the personal aspects of growing in our relationship with God, we can understand his will, not just in times of crisis but throughout our daily lives. This book provides no magic formulas, no recipes for guaranteed success-just a lot of insight, gleaned from centuries of lived Christian experience, that will guide and encourage you in the art of discerning God's will.

The Voice Of Conscience

Author: Mika Ojakangas
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1623567203
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In Western thought, it has been persistently assumed that in moral and political matters, people should rely on the inner voice of conscience rather than on external authorities, laws, and regulations. This volume investigates this concept, examining the development of the Western politics of conscience, from Socrates to the present, and the formation of the Western ethico-political subject. The work opens with a discussion of the ambiguous role of conscience in politics, contesting the claim that it is the best defense against totalitarianism. It then look back at canonical authors, from the Church Fathers and Luther to Rousseau and Derrida, to show how the experience of conscience constitutes the foundation of Western ethics and politics. This unique work not only synthesizes philosophical and political insights, but also pays attention to political theology to provide a compelling and innovative argument that the experience of conscience has always been at the core of the political Western tradition. An engaging and accessible text, it will appeal to political theorists and philosophers as well as theologians and those interested in the critique of the Western civilization.

Right People Right Place Right Plan Devotional

Author: Jentezen Franklin
Editor: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603743863
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In this thirty-day journey of discerning the voice of God, Jentezen Franklin focuses on the three central elements of his best-selling book, Right People, Right Place, Right Plan. Readers will discover the importance of associating with the right people, being in the right place, and having the right plan, and learn to listen to God’s voice and respond to life’s circumstances with insight and unwavering faith through these daily meditations. God has bestowed the incredible gift of discernment into the heart of every believer. He has given us an internal compass to help guide our families, our finances, and every other aspect of our lives. Jentezen Franklin reveals how to tap into the supernatural gift of spiritual discernment to fulfill your purpose as a child of God. .

The Theology Of Suffering And Death

Author: Natalie Kertes Weaver
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136163158
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This book offers a theological foundation for engaging with the realities of suffering and dying. Designed particularly for practical theology students and trainee caregivers, it introduces the spiritual and theological issues raised by suffering and dying. The chapters consider: how Christian theology deals with the problem of suffering and how the Bible treats these difficult issues post-biblical interpretations of Jesus’ suffering and the Cross modern instances including ecology, poverty, discrimination and war comparative religious approaches and the depiction in popular culture. Natalie Weaver relates theology to practical issues of caregiving and provides a ‘toolbox’ for thinking about suffering and death in a creative and supportive way.