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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Ylu would encourage anyone who looking for a well rounded, spiritually challenging, intimate approach to prayer check out Jersak’s book. Prayer is hearing, seeing and meeting the Everlasting God. I want to tell you about a book that is changing my life. Preview — Can You Hear Me? It’s a little hard to find, but guy it and read it.
This is rather exciting as I have been seeking to know more of God for decades. If you are hungering for a deeper and closer relationship with God, I recommend this read.
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. Robin rated it really liked it Jul 19, Heag fact, I am on my second go round with the book. Remys Smiles rated it it was amazing Jun 18, You won’t be sorry.
There are some things that raise my eyebrows, even when they are backed up by scripture. The book has some fairly jerrsak approaches, but also swings into more Pentecostal territory. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Can You Hear Me?: Tuning in to the God Who Speaks by Brad Jersak
Jersak does a great job of painting a relationally based approach to hearing from God. The premise is that God speaks to His children far more frequently and naturally than they might expect. It also has some good prayer exercises to do that show you ,e God speaks. JK rated it liked it Jul 06, Charlotte rated it it was ok Jul jereak, My wife says you can read it until you get freaked out. Paperbackpages. Logann Merritt rated it really liked it Jun 15, 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.
My prayer life has been improving so much since reading this book. Very experientially focused while still maintaining a high commitment to Scripture. It rbad me become more aware of the Holy Spirit’s work around me, to listen to His voice, and also encouraged me to not be afraid to speak encouragement into people’s lives.
Refresh btad try again. A very thorough overview with some in-depth looks into listening prayer and hearing the voice of God. Can You Hear Me?
It brought back lots of memories!
Can You Hear Me?: Tuning in to the God Who Speaks
Want brae Read Currently Reading Read. The author, a biblical scholar, discovered a big gap between what he found in the Bible and in his own experience. Jamie rated it it was amazing Sep 18, Mar 16, Bia rated it really liked it Shelves: Looking for beautiful books? Beautiful examples of questions to ask God – just be sure to have your journal ready to record the inspiriting responses!
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This book was far different from anything that I ever expected, and I think it was outstanding. Tuning In to the God Who Speaks. Joy rated it really liked it Aug 13, ypu This book was a favorite of mine when I was little, and I just re-read it for the first time in years.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Published September 1st by Fresh Wind Her first published One, the anecdotes Jersak shares in the book are encouraging examples of how God is moving and working miraculously today.
Andie rated it really liked it Oct 20, The key to this book is actually trying these things out. Keep your Bible beside you and cross-reference with it, if that helps put you at ease. The Best Books of At jefsak end is a good section for parents to read through to learn how to help their kids hear God.