Genre: Christian | Inspirational | Nonfiction | Faith
In the hustle and bustle of today’s busy world, sometimes it’s hard enough to hear yourself think, much less take a minute to stop and listen for the voice of God. But learning to recognize God’s voice and the many ways in which He speaks is vital for following His plan. This devotional, drawing from How to Hear From God, Knowing God Intimately, and The Power Of Simple Prayer shows the reader through a daily reminder, how God speaks through their own thoughts and feelings, their dreams, and the words of other people. Joyce Meyer reveals the ways in which God delivers His word and the benefits of asking God for the sensitivity to hear His voice. Joyce asks the question, “Are you listening?” and shares how to do just that. . .on a daily basis.
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I was looking for a devotional on the Joyce Meyer website and I saw this one and immediately chose it. This devotional is about hearing God’s voice each morning because it’s a morning devo. Joyce took pieces of all her different teachings on hearing God’s voice and put it in a devotional format.
I loved reading this Devo!
It helped to remember teachings I had heard from Joyce in the past that had a great impact on my life. I could slowly but surely implement the different lessons that she teaches you into my life. I learnt again how to hear from God and in what ways He speaks to me. It opened my eyes to ways that I hadn’t thought of before.
This Devo helped me to grow spiritually and to slowly but surely start noticing when the Holy Spirit was speaking to me. I have started picking up more often when God is saying something to me. The fact that I am hearing God more often is having a positive effect on my walk with Him and I praise Him for that. Every day I learnt something else. It might not have been something new each time but it would also be something that I was reminded of.
I love the way Joyce writes. She writes clearly and practically. Down to earth and real. I also love her sense of humour which she weaves into each page. Joyce constantly backs up what she says with the Word of God. She often tells you to check it up yourself and to not take her word for it.
I have read and reviewed six other books by Joyce. They are as follows:
Seven Things That Steal Your Joy by Joyce Meyer
How To Hear From God by Joyce Meyer
Power Thoughts by Joyce Meyer
Philippians: A Biblical Study By Joyce Meyer – Book Review
In Search of Wisdom by Joyce Meyer – Book Review
Never give up! by Joyce Meyer – Book Review
This devotional was thought provoking, inspirational and entertaining. I would recommend this book to anyone that would like to spend time learning about God speaking to you and learning it in a devotional format.
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