“Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure…than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat.” -Theodore Roosevelt
One of the best ways to move forward as we learn to hear God speak is to embrace failure. Fear of making a mistake can paralyze us. The point of Continue reading “Embracing Failure-Hearing the Voice of God Part 4”
Since hearing the voice of God can be a wild ride, it beckons to ask, “Just how wild can this ride get?” Can this ride move beyond wild and into a danger zone?
Here’s 3 quick guidelines to reference that can help us throw our hands up and enjoy the roller coaster ride without having to fear that we’re going to fly off the tracks.
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“My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me.” -John 10:27
What does God’s voice sound like?
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“Whoever belongs to God hears what God says.” -John 8:47
If there is one thing that is evident throughout all of Scripture, it is that God speaks to His children. Jesus said that those who belong to God hear what He says. One of the greatest joys of Christianity is hearing God speak. It can be one of the greatest difficulties as well. There is nothing so wonderful as having the Lord reveal or speak something directly to you. There is also nothing that can be as spiritually straining and have such a wide range of normal, as discerning God’s voice. Continue reading ““Say What?!” – Hearing the Voice of God Part 1″
Before we share with you some specifics about the way we read through God’s Word together as a family, we want to be sure and note that every family is unique. What works well for one family may not work well for another. The way each family chooses to impress God’s Word on their hearts will be molded by that family’s schedule, season, children’s ages, and personality. The important thing is that we immerse our children in the Scriptures. The logistics of how we do it can, and should, be very different.
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