Knowing God’s voice is a very instrumental part of your Christian life
As a pastor and a believer of God, I am often asked about the voice of God. Many people do not know the voice of God even when he talks directly to them. To be honest, I believe that the most important factor here is listening to God’s voice. There are so many of you who are sitting and anticipating to hear from God. Believe me, God speaks to everyone every day.
You will begin to hear the voice of God only if you become intimate with him. You must allow yourself to get closer to him. Becoming one in spirit with our Lord is one of the most incredible steps you can ever take. You must not leave room for doubts in your heart. Therefore, you have to be steadfast and vigilant.
For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.2 Timothy 1:7
We must stop looking for pleasures in worldly things that are ungodly. Seek first his kingdom and not attention in the wrong place. For me, I had to create and surround myself with a quiet atmosphere and shut out the world to become one spirit with God. Then, I was able to hear his voice clearly and pay attention to the things that mattered most. The devil comes and messes with your mind, and this is where temptation starts.
When you are been tempted to do something that is ungodly, and you hear voices in your head saying no, that is the voice of God right there talking to you. However, do you listen? Reflecting back on your own actions and find situations where you have ignored God’s voice is a good place to start. Also, connect with your past and relive those moments. You must find your answers there.
Frequently ask questions
How do I hear the voice of God?
what does God’s voice sound like?
How do I know if God is talking to me?
When does God speak to me?
Who does God speak to?
How does God speak to someone?
Do I have to be a Christian for God to talk to me?
Do I have to be an adult for God to talk to me?
Help each other out. Do you know the answers to any of these questions?
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