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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Paperbackpages. Cn prayer life has been improving so much since reading this book. By mixing in the visuals, this helps my mind and heart to focus.
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Can You Hear Me? : Tuning In to the God Who Speaks
In fact, I am on my second go round with the book. The Best Books of Md is rather exciting as I have been seeking to know more of God for decades. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Readers will become aware that encounters with God are more simple, accessible, and interactive than they ever dreamed. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.
Jersak’s simple and straightforward explanations moved me to tears on a number of occasions through the book.
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To ask other readers questions about Can You Hear Me? Heck, I wish I’d had teaching like this when I was Talks to kids on their level and opens up a lot of great opportunities for discussion. Want to Read saving…. The exercises in the book helped me foster and begin a fresh and new relationship with God and open the river of communication. 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.
God desires to transform our prayers into intimate conversations — real meetings with a living Friend. God has a Voice and God’s ‘sheep’ know that Voice. This is a great book for kids to go through with their parents. This re-read is warranted by a couple factors.
Prayer is more than just an answering machine of things we need.
Be discerning, because prayer is powerful. I look forward to rereading the book more slowly so that I can try some of the suggested approaches to conversing with God – to ask better questions and patiently listen to His responses.
It was not a fast read, but required work even homework to get through properly. By the end of the book, it felt like it was off track and off solid ground.
Great book for those who want to listen to God’s voice! This is one of the best books I’ve read on prayer. I have so many thoughts after reading this book and don’t know how to begin I highly recommend it to anyone, but specifically to Christians who think they don’t hear God. Oct 06, Kenneth Litwak rated it it yoj amazing.
Liz rated it really liked it Mar 18, You won’t be sorry. It’s a great tool for learning to hear God.
Can You Hear Me?: Tuning in to the God Who Speaks
Given the spiritual nature heat the book, I fully expect that it will be too radical for those who do not actually believe that God is personal. Logann Merritt rated it really liked it Jun 15, This book was far different from anything that I ever expected, and I think it was outstanding. It also has some good prayer exercises to do that show you how God speaks. Books by Brad Jersak. Refresh and try again.
Nothing like providing them with the resources that build solid life foundations! This profound but accessible book is full of illuminating testimonies.
Jan 31, Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: Jamie rated it it was amazing Sep 18, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Based on the teaching of the book, I am a novice with much cwn ahead of me. I heartily recommend this book. Preview — Can You Hear Me?