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Hearing God

Developing a Conversational Relationship with God
Lu par : Grover Gardner
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Being close to God means communicating with Him-telling Him what is on our hearts in prayer and hearing and understanding what he is saying to us. It is this second half of our conversation with God that is so important but that also can be so difficult. How do we hear his voice? How can we be sure that what we think we hear is not our own subconscious? What role does the Bible play? What if what God says to us is not clear?

The key, says best-selling author Dallas Willard, is to focus not so much on individual actions and decisions as on building our personal relationship with our creator. In this updated classic, originally published as In Search of Guidance, the author provides a rich, spiritual insight into how we can hear God's voice clearly and develop an intimate partnership with Him in the work of His kingdom.

©1999 Dallas Willard (P)1999 christianaudio.com

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  • Christopher
  • 26/08/2010

The learning is in the repetition - SIX STARS

I came across this book about five years ago and it was a treasure, a feather in my cap, it introduced me to a whole new way to understand how to commune with God. Recently I downloaded the audio and gave it a listen and found it to be even more valuable the second time around. Upon its conclusion, "Audio has hoped you've enjoyed this program...." I restarted the book all over again. A must and most important read for any serious person who wishes to deepen their conversational relationship with the Lord. SIX STARS no joke

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  • Adam Shields
  • 31/05/2011

A Classic

Finding God’s will is a common desire. Often people can be paralized because they are afraid of not finding God’s will. Hearing God is a classic. This is the third copy of the book I have owned (one given and two purchased) over the years but the first time I am actually reading it.

I like that Willard starts by moving the pressure down a notch. He has a good illustration of the fact that no parent wants to tell their children everything that they should do. Parents want to teach their children how to do something, and expect that they will do it. If they are supposed to make their bed in the morning, they should make it every morning. Children complaining that the parent did not tell them this morning to make their bed will only incur the parent’s wrath. So Willard starts telling us we should listen to what scripture says and do that.

Another good point that I have never really thought of, is that we should always read scripture assuming that the people of scripture were much like us. They were not particularly special people, they were sinful, afraid, made bad decisions, etc. If we see them as much like us, then we can assume that we to should be hearing from God and seeking to follow God’s will in relatively similar ways as the biblical characters. Since reading that section, I have been more aware of the large number of Christians that actively resist thinking of biblical characters as ‘like us’. I think it shows one area that we have far to go to move Evangelicals into historical Christian Orthodoxy.

Overall what I am most impressed by, is the biblical balance that Willard attempts to strike. When you discuss hearing from God there are lots of places to veer into shaky ground. And I know that some are of the opinion that even discussing hearing from God goes too far. But Willard attempts to keep the desire to hear from God, the ways we hear from God, the reality of the power of God, and the limitations of our own understanding.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19/07/2012

Great Read!

If you could sum up Hearing God in three words, what would they be?

Much needed howto for serious christians who want a 24/7/365 relationship with our GOD!

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  • Bob Wekwert
  • 19/12/2016

Great listen but needed a group study to understand

We did this book as a men's group study and this was probably the only way I could have gotten through it. There is so much depth in the book it needed others to help discuss the highlights and fine points. I'm not sure I would have made it alone. I did have a paper copy of the book also to highlight and make notes. It was an easier listen than read. Excellent message and content. I went from someone who said I have never heard Gods voice to someone who can pick out Gods messages to me.

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  • John Mayfield
  • 08/04/2016

To know and to do all AtOneWithGod.

Great instruction here and references to many other sources of blessed instructions if you would be AtOneWithGod.

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  • Jim Lewis
  • 18/02/2015

Good book! Very helpful

The content is outstanding.
The recording was lacking. It seemed to have a strong echo throughout the whole reading. If that could be removed the audio version would be a home run.

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  • Glenn Florey
  • 21/08/2020

Excellent

I’ve listened to this audiobook three times during different seasons. Each time I got something new out of it. First time I thought it was good but pretty dry. But on subsequent listenings it began to open up to me. Describes the ways in which we can listen to God and develop a “conversational relationship” with Him. Not a lot of bells and whistles, just a down to earth examination of how God provides guidance in our lives.

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  • maryrengifo
  • 28/06/2020

Hearing God is an excellent book

Hearing God by Dallas Willard is a great and inspiring book filled with revelation. It quickened my spirit to seek God in a more personal manner, and to hearken my ear to hear Him speak to me more intently. I have listened to it three times.

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  • PWeston
  • 09/06/2020

Alignment -- Content & Reader

Watch any Dallas Willard (the late) on YouTube and you experience a highly intelligent, original Kingdom-minded thinker. In watching him you will notice a very low-key personal style. Particularly evident in any interactive context. Audible or its contractors should, to the max extent possible, select readers that not only align with the content but with the character of the author. The reader in this case, Grover Gardner, loves to hear his own voice. Having been in/around broadcasting for 50+ years this trait is deadly when seeking effective communication. Gardner's style is very old fashioned and pompus. Loving Dallas Willard I can, typically, put up with Gardner's voice for up to ten minutes and then am forced to bail. Really sad as the material is all about highly personal, interactive communication with the God of the universe!

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 27/01/2020

Slow but valuable

A little hard to follow at times personally. Great to clarify your relationship with God.