God speaks to us in many ways. Through circumstances of life, through the issues of the heart, through His Holy Spirit, and through His word. When we understand how the inward voice of God works it is easier to understand His will. When we understand His will we can have a more fulfilling relationship with Him.
In this audiobook, you’ll learn the various ways God speaks to us, and how to understand them. You will learn how to rightly respond to His voice and grow in discernment of it. You will discover a deeper more fulfilling relationship with God as you learn how to more effectively communicate with Him.
©2013 Adam Houge (P)2014 Adam Houge
Explains what God wants for us very clearly. I now have a better understanding of the unconditional love the Lord has for each of us.
And how to grow ones faith. He explains that very well.
As a husband and father of 3 small kids, I recently suffered a tragic medical illness. I bought both the kindle and audible versions to immerse myself in the messages and prayers. I read it as a supplement (NOT a substitute) to the Bible. Like a compass to a map, I found it to be a useful tool to assist me on my own personal faith journey.
I love listening to this book and have done so at least three times now. It reminds me to listen to God and not myself.
If direction from God is what your seeking this book will definitely tune your ears to God. It reminds us that if we're not careful we will follow our own deceitful hearts.
Love to listen.
I loved this book and the narrator is excellent.
There is a valuable message here that is worth listening to again and again.
This book really gives me great insight. Into having a richer and meaningful relationship with God on a deeper level.
Adam provides sound wisdom in his teaching me as a follower of Christ to walk by faith and to seek after and follow God, moment by moment, not when it's convenient.
Good information for someone learning to hear the voice of the Lord. The narration was a little faster than I like, so I found myself stopping the book so I could ponder some of the points.
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