It’s one thing to learn about how God speaks. It’s quite another to live a life conducive to hearing His voice. It’s one thing to see how God spoke to people in the Bible. It’s another thing entirely to hear Him speak to me.
Writing a blog about hearing God’s voice is a lot of pressure. I can try to teach you what I’ve learned about hearing God’s voice over the last 15 years, but my teaching will soon run dry if I don’t apply my teachings to my own life.
Which is why I’m about to turn up the heat–on myself. For the next 30 days, I will post daily about how God is speaking to me, what He is saying and what it sounds like. I’ll give you the good, the bad and the ugly (within reason). I’ll invite you into my private times with God (uh…again, within reason) and show you what I do to prepare my heart and my mind to receive Him.
If the next 30 days are typical, then I’m sure there will be days of silence, confusion and doubt. I’ll post about that, too. But there will also be days of clarity–days where God speaks directly to my heart. Maybe through His word, maybe through another person, maybe through a song or a sunset. But I’m confident, I will hear God’s voice.