You will be encouraged with every chapter and will find yourself reflecting on every part of your life through the biblical lens Nathan so practically and generously shares with us. Hearing God Eliminate Myths. Encounter Meaning.
Details Press About Hearing God Hillsong New York City pastor identifies and deconstructs the most common myths about how God communicates - and then provides clear tools to accurately decipher and follow the voice of God in your life. So many people wish that God would audibly weigh in on life's greatest questions of calling, meaning, and purpose. What's crazy is that God is weighing in on those questions.
We just haven't learned to listen. Nathan Finochio believes that God is constantly communicating with this world he's created.
We simply aren't following the right advice when it comes to hearing what he has to say. Through biblical teaching and true life stories, Hearing God empowers and enables readers to separate fact from fiction, myth from meaning, and truly understand what God is saying to them about big decisions and daily living. In addition to teaching, preaching, and writing, Nathan is a worship leader and songwriter for the band The Royal Royal.
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Finochio lives in New York with his wife, Jasmine. Sneak Peek Read the first chapter of Hearing God. Hillsong New York City pastor identifies and deconstructs the most common myths about how God communicates - and then provides clear tools to accurately decipher and follow the voice of God in your life. Request a Review Copy Request an Interview.
Other Books You Might Enjoy. Beautiful Resistance Jon Tyson. Read this book slowly and prayerfully. As you do, you will find yourself falling in love with God. The book is an excellent resource for both personal devotions and for leaders of group prayer. Highly recommended.
Contents Foreword by Rev. Community Prayer—God as One in Community 2. Creative Prayer—God as Creator 3. Work Prayer—God as Active 4. Contemplative-Rest Prayer—God as Rest 5. Prayer of Confession—God as Holy 6. Blessing Prayer—God as Loving-Kindness 7. Reflection-Examen Prayer—Jesus as Human 9. The Lord?
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IVP Book Club. A Guidebook to Prayer. Why is prayer so hard? Prayer draws us to experience love and to be love increases our faith expands our vision of God helps us grow in self-understanding gives us perspective on life and death Morse continues: "Through prayer, we experience forgiveness, guidance and peace.