• Can You Hear Me?

  • Tuning in to the God Who Speaks
  • By: Brad Jersak
  • Narrated by: David Durand
  • Length: 10 hrs and 44 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Can You Hear Me?

By: Brad Jersak
Narrated by: David Durand
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Publisher's summary

Have you heard God's voice? Seen God's face? Felt God's touch? God desires to transform your prayers into intimate conversations, real meetings with a Living Friend. In this book, Brad Jersak lays out the biblical foundation for the practice of "listening prayer".

Can You Hear Me? combines biblical and historical research, inspiring testimonies, and 33 spiritual exercises - all to train people to hear God more clearly... or rather, to help them discover that they already do.

Chapters include discussions on many themes relevant to our spiritual eyes and ears, including 13 chapters in three sections:

  • I. The Simplicity of Listening Prayer
  • 1. My Sheep Hear My Voice
  • 2. Awakened Hearts: How we hear and see God
  • 3. God, is that really you?
  • 4. Was that just my imagination?
  • II. Encountering God: The Meeting Place of Your Heart
  • 5. The Meeting Place
  • 6. Meeting God to intercede
  • 7. Overcoming Blocks to Meeting God
  • III. The Life of Listening Prayer
  • 8. Listening Prayer in Decision Times
  • 9. Listening Prayer with Children
  • 10. Listening Prayer in the Local Church
  • 11. Listening Prayer and Outreach
  • 12. Listening Prayer, Mercy and Justice
  • 13. Listening Prayer for Inner Healing
  • Epilogue: Do you want to start a fire?

The 2012 edition, first out on Kindle, includes a foreword by Jason Upton and an appendix entitled "The biblical basis for listening prayer."

For the first time, it also includes a study guide after each chapter for group or personal study.

©2003, 2012 Bradley Jersak (P)2014 Bradley Jersak