For many years I was absolutely convinced that God didn’t speak to me, He only spoke to a select few people in my lives, my pastor, my parents, my friends who were especially passionate Christians. But not me. I was spiritually deaf.
As I grew up I found out that I wasn’t spiritually deaf, I had spiritually wedged my fingers in my ears! I had decided I couldn’t hear from God and I was tasting from that fruit.
Over the years I started to realise that God spoke to me in a multitude of different ways, some more obvious than others but all just as valid. Not only that but I’ve found that most people who think God doesn’t speak to them have on some level or another experienced at least a few of these ways.
There are so many but I’ve decided to share a few of the main ones He’s used to speak to me over the years and how you can hear God’s voice in those ways yourself.
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I’m taking the rest of this month off from travelling so I can focus on a few projects but will be in Liverpool, England in July.
If you want to find out more about this trip and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary
If you are in one of the areas I’ll be visiting this year and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. I’ve also got a couple spots open towards the end of 2014 for completely separate trips if you would like to host me.
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Intro/Extro Music used with permission from St. Theodore