There are basically three primary categories through which God speaks to his people: the Bible, the Holy Spirit in our hearts, and the circumstances in our lives. But each one of these categories is very in-depth and can be expressed in multiple ways.
A closed Bible is like starving because you won’t open the fridge. It’s like getting attacked but keeping your sword in the sheath. It’s like complaining that your lover never calls you while you also never look at your phone to check.
Here are 4 biblical steps to take when you need guidance from God.
One of the primary ways God communicates to his people is through the Bible. But how, exactly, will God speak to you personally through the Scriptures?
As Christians, we believe the Bible is truly the word of God and we believe the Holy Spirit will use the Scriptures to direct us in our lives. But how does this happen exactly?
If you want to be blessed by God, here are 4 things he will tell you to remove from your life.
There are many pieces of evidence (which I call signs) that God will use to communicate his will to you. In fact, I have an entire playlist of previous videos I’ve done about that very topic. But in this article I want to focus on those signs which are extremely clear and very easy to know for sure that this was in fact God speaking to you.
So here are 5 unmistakable signs God truly spoke to you.
When you really need God to give you an answer about an important question you have, here are 5 things he wants you to do.
God always answers our prayers with a “Yes,” “No,” or “Wait,” but why does he sometimes answer “Yes” and sometimes with these other two options? We must accept that God is not required to always tell us why he does or does not do certain things. He is sovereign and he loves us, therefore no matter how he answers our prayers, we can always trust him.
But when we study the Bible about answered prayers, it does seem certain themes keep popping up. So here are four common biblical ingredients found in the type of prayers God often answers with a “Yes.”
What does the Bible say about seeking God? Here are 5 things God often allows to happen in your life when he is calling you to seek him more.