How To Hear The Voice Of God In A Noisy World

Author: Teresa Seputis
Editor: Charisma Media
ISBN: 0884197557
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God desires to speak to you and to be heard clearly! Are you in a position where you can hear Him? Would you recognize His voice if He spoke directly to you at this very moment? God wants His relationship with you to be personal and intimate. He wants you to hear what He has to say to you. He expects you to tune in and respond to just His voice--not your own and not the enemy's. Fine-tune your spiritual antennae and embrace some awesome revelations that can change your entire life!

Hearing God

Author: Dallas Willard
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830869921
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In this updated and expanded edition of Dallas Willard's beloved book, you'll gain rich spiritual insight into how to hear God's voice clearly and develop an intimate partnership with him. Including new material from Willard's teaching at Renovaré and reformatted for easier reading, this classic is still one of today's best spiritual resources.

Prayer Or Conversations With God

Author: Fred C. Sullivan
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490866841
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All revivals were preceded by much prayer. We need a revival in this country, and we need more people to pray. We tell people that they need a close relationship with God, but we don’t tell them how to develop this relationship. Find out how to get your prayers higher than the ceiling and how to hear from God himself. God spoke to people in the Bible, and He still wants to speak to his people today.

Fresh Wind Blowing

Author: Steve Harper
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621899926
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A fresh wind of God's Spirit is blowing on the earth today, and as in times past, God is inviting us to raise our sails and move forward with the power and direction that reflects our commitment to God's will. Some are calling it a new pentecost, but whatever name is given, we are living in a time when we have an opportunity to connect with God's renewing work. One specific manifestation of this movement is the new monasticism. This book is an invitation to explore it and embrace the dynamics it contains.

Exposition Of The Old And New Testament

Author: Matthew Henry
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Listen

Author: Rueben P. Job
Editor: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426787863
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We live in a world of noise. Everywhere we go, we hear sounds that compete for our minds and hearts. Listening to God requires a deliberate choice to shut out the chaos around us and focus our thoughts. Listen, by Rueben P. Job, is a 40-day experience created to offer help to those new to prayer, those with a daily prayer routine, and those whose lives seem too busy to pray. With a focus on listening prayer and prayer as a two-way conversation, the experience will assist individuals and groups in building and deepening a personal prayer practice and spiritual discernment. As we learn to listen, we find a new depth and fulfillment in our relationship with God and a new experience of God as guide and companion in our lives. The daily prayer pattern includes an invitation, silence, Bible reading, a story, guided time for reflecting and listening, and practical help for developing six specific prayer practices. Listen is perfect for use by individuals, small groups, or congregations during Lent, Easter, or any time of year.

An Exposition Of All The Books Of The Old And New Testaments

Author: Matthew Henry
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Why The Wilderness

Author: Rev. Dr. Walter M. Brown Jr.
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595810292
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Author Walter M. Brown Jr. describes the wilderness as an inner feeling of barrenness. Through the spiritual direction in Why the Wilderness?, he hopes to help you better understand your own desolate times by seeing how God assisted him through his own. God allows-and sometimes even plans-your personal wildernesses to mature you for life and ministry. Once understood, this process can help immunize you against these experiences. Brown provides advice on how to overcome "wildernesses" of rejection, silence, and continually changing circumstances. He guides you in the quest to rise to what God intends for you, to better understand the connection between hope and faith, to address and overcome your secret fears, and to bring to light your areas of personal darkness. Also included is a forty-day devotional guide, complete with poems, questions, and reflections. Negotiated wildernesses are important to your spiritual growth and your fulfillment as children of God. One thing is for certain-until we address and venture through the wildernesses in our lives, the angels cannot come!

The Christian Disciple

Author: John E. Skinner
Editor: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819136589
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Defines the distinctive characteristics of true Christian discipleship derived from following the pattern of the life and death of Jesus Christ. This pattern consists of the three conditions of, in the author's words, 'self-denial, taking up the Cross, and following Jesus.' Concludes that spiritual discipline and the conditions for discipleship are one and the same reality. Co-published with the Episcopal Divinity School.

Disciplines Of The Holy Spirit

Author: Siang-Yang Tan
Editor: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310872006
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CONNECT WITH THE LIFE-CHANGING MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRITDisciples of the Holy Spirit shows how a dynamic, close walk with God can be yours each day through the ministry of the Holy Spirit. As the energizer of your faith, the Spirit wants to bring you into a transforming communion with Christ. He wants to empower you to love your enemies, live without fear, and give generously out of an inner abundance.Your part? Simply yielding to him through the following spiritual disciplines: Solitude—helping you draw near to God for spiritual growth and vigor. Surrender—helping you surrender to God’s will and purpose for your life, preparing you for effective ministry. Service—helping you move into fellowship with others and partnership with God in reaching a broken worldAs you practice the spiritual disciplines, your concept of what it means to be a Christian will acquire a new, life-changing dimension. You’ll grow closer to Jesus—and your life will increasingly reflect the power and presence of the Holy Spirit.“Dr. Tan always has something worthwhile to say. His passion for people, life, and God, combined with his extensive professional knowledge make this book an important read.”-Larry Crabb Jr., Ph.D., counselor and best-selling author“A passionate, fresh guide for how Christians can grow in Christ through the traditional spiritual disciplines. Believers of differing theological backgrounds will find encouragement and wisdom.”-Stanton L. Jones, Ph.D., author of the God’s Design for Sex book seriesDr. Siang-Yang Tan is senior pastor of First Evangelical Church in Glendale, California. He is also associate professor of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, a licensed psychologist, and the author of Lay Counseling: Equipping Christians for a Helping Ministry. He lives in Arcadia, California.Dr. Douglas Gregg is former director of the Office of Christian Community at Fuller Theological Seminary and a training specialist with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He is the coauthor of Inner Healing: A Handbook for Helping Yourself & Others and lives in Los Angeles.