Five Conditions Necessary To Hear From God (8 of 8) by Rick Ferguson
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LISTENING TO GOD
REV. 13:9 "HE WHO HAS AN EAR, LET HIM HEAR"
Dr. Rick E. Ferguson
Question: Would you agree with me that the most
important element of your spiritual well-being is:
*Hearing God speak
*Having God communicate His truth to you
*Having God communicate His will for you
*Having God communicate His love for you?
*How can you possibly know God if He does not reveal
Himself to you and communicate to you?
*How can you trust God if you don't know Him?
*How can you obey God if He does not communicate His
will to you?
*How can you grow spiritually if God does not teach
you spiritual truth?
*How can you possibly function as a believer, if you
are not consistently hearing from God?
No wonder Jesus said, "Man shall not live by bread
alone, but by EVERY WORD that proceeds from the mouth
of God!" (Matthew 4:4)
*You cannot possibly grow...
*You cannot possibly mature...
*You cannot possibly obey...
*You cannot possibly fulfill a ministry...
Unless You Hear God Speaking In Your Life!
That Is Exactly Why:
*You need to be in a church where you consistently
hear from God.
*You need to be under a Pastor, who, when he preaches,
you hear God speaking through him.
*You need to be in a church that doesn't just want to
"play church," but is serious about seeking God,
finding God's will, hearing from God, and obeying Him!
If you are in a church, and under a Pastor where you
never hear the voice of God speaking--either something
is wrong with you or something is wrong with him. And
you need to find out which it is and get in a position
in your life and church where you are hearing God
speak week after week! Hearing God speak is the most
essential element of your spiritual well-being!
In fact, the most devastating kind of judgment God can
release on a people is for Him to stop speaking to
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