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This Part 2 of “How to hear God’s Voice” series. Please make sure you read How to hear God’s Voice – Part 1 first before you read this one through.
In Part 2, I will discuss about the “WHO” – How do we know if it’s the voice of God? How can we be so sure? This is probably one of the struggles that Christians have been through.
I shared this topic to our Youth group last Saturday. I received good feedback about it so I decided to write a summary about this topic so you can shared it to others too.
How do we hear God’s voice? This is probably one of the most “popular” questions from every Christian out there, including myself. We often wonder: How do we hear from God? How do we know that it’s from God? When does He speak? Which option should I choose? Which job should I take? Should I go back to my home country or should I stay here permanently? Should I be with this man or woman? And many others. As such, it is important to be able to hear from God and to hear it clearly.
I’ve decided to divide this topic into 5W + 1H: Why, Who, How, What, and When/Where.
This is How to hear God’s voice – part 1. I’ll discuss on the importance of hearing the voice of God briefly.
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To those who haven’t seen me in Everything by Lifehouse drama skit performed in my church last year, we actually had another one again a few months after in a different place. We had a morning and afternoon Sunday service in different suburbs and we had this performed for the afternoon service.
Happy belated Easter and hope this video serves as a reminder that we as Christians need to truly grasp and remember His sacrifice for our sins and live as true and genuine Christians in this world for His glory.
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Note: Before you read this, please read my article on God is the potter, we are the clay (Part 1) first.
So we have truly understood what it means to know that God is our potter. What should we do as the clay, now? Does it mean we can just stand or sit idly, while we let God shape our lives as the potter? No! I’ve heard so many excuses people throw such as “It’s God who made us grow”, “It’s God who shaped us into a better person”. It is true, it’s God’s. But there’s no way God magically makes you a better person, a man of patience, a man of obedience, a man of big faith. You have your responsibility to learn and to make the necessary changes as God instructs you to. You cannot just be a patient man out of the blue without learning how to be patient in the midst of “annoying” people or situations!
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Ever get tired of waiting for God? Maybe you’ve prayed so hard every day and all the answers you got was “Wait?”. It’s actually what I’ve been experiencing at the moment too for a couple of years and I’m not sure why I needed to wait. All I know is at the end, it’ll always be beautiful in His time, if we follow and rest in Him. Here is a really nice encouragement post that I got from a friend’s wall on Facebook. Not sure who the author is but do let me know if you’ve ever read this somewhere.
I shared this to our Youth group last Saturday and it’s been a blessing to some of them (so I was told), so hopefully this short post will become a blessing to you too.
We’ve read and most probably have heard that God is our potter and we are the clay (from the Bible verses). So let’s have a look at them, specifically from Jeremiah 18:1-6.
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I shared this on our Youth group last month. I hope this can help you to focus on what you are doing now – your life, your study, your career, and your ministry. What is focus? How can we focus? Learn from Jesus and let’s focus on doing His will in our lives!