Tuning in to the God Who Speaks (Audible Audio Edition): Brad Jersak, David Durand, Bradley Jersak: Can You Hear Me? is a MUST read for all believers. Can You Hear Me? is a combination of biblical and historical research, real life experiences, and thirty-three inspiring exercises on listening prayer. The premise . If your prayers get no higher than the ceiling and you hunger for spiritual authenticity, this book is ideal. The author, a biblical scholar.
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Oct 06, Kenneth Litwak brwd it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Andie rated it really liked it Oct 20, It will help you apply the practice of listening prayer to decision-making in diverse circumstances such as parenting, the healing ministry and church leadership.
Since reading It, I’ve tried to use his approach and it has worked somewhat but not all the time. Brad writes with a lot of passion and humility and jerwak frankly, its contagious! Can You Hear Me? Nothing like absolutely life changing book! Return to Book Page. Tuning in to the voice of God begins by discovering how well we already hear Him and deepens with practice as we step into prayerful dialogue.
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If you would like to add depth to your prayer life or totally resurrect it, this book would definitely be worth a try. The book is about discerning the voice of God, listening to it, meeting with Him, and entering into a yiu with Him. God desires to transform our prayers into intimate conversations — real meetings with a living Friend. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Can You Hear Me? : Tuning In to the God Who Speaks
It also encourages the necessary step of applying discernment to what you see and hear. It’s a great tool for learning to hear God. As he wrestled with how to hear God more clearly, he discovered how to listen more deeply – and where the blocks lay that halted his spiritual growth.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Be discerning, because prayer is powerful. JK rated it liked it Jul 06, This book was far different from anything that I ever expected, and I think it was outstanding. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Can You Hear Me?: Tuning in to the God Who Speaks by Brad Jersak
The key to this book is actually trying these things out. Published September 1st by Fresh Wind Press first published Amanda rated it really liked it Aug 11, Many books I’ve read are dry and make things seem more difficult. Amanda Keay-strain rated it really liked it Apr 04, The premise is that God speaks to His children far more frequently and naturally than they might expect.
I found myself encouraged in the beginning, frustrated in the middle and obviously dissappointed by the last two chapters. The author, a biblical scholar, discovered a big gap between what he found in the Bible and in his own experience. Open Preview See a Problem? One, the anecdotes Jersak shares in the book are encouraging examples of how God ylu moving uersak working miraculously today. Jerask does a great job of painting a relationally based approach to hearing from God.
My prayer life has been improving so much since reading this book.
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In spite of all the controversy among believers about this book, God put it in my path at exactly the right time in my life, when I was searching for meaning in my life and a closer relationship with Him.
Jun 27, Jim rated it really liked it. By the end of the book, it felt like it was off track and off solid ground.
Jul 17, Thisbeautifulmess rated it really liked it. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of While there was much about it heear I liked and could learn from, I could not get myself to finish it. I generally don’t re-read books. You won’t be sorry. Insightful and non-conformist discussion of developing two-way communication with God.