Christians often talk about a God who still speaks to us today but, if we are honest with ourselves, many of us have struggled with not hearing from God. If God does speak to us, how do we hear from Him? For what purposes does God speak? Can we have a conversational relationship with God? Have we placed too much emphasis on “hearing God in our hearts,” and not enough on hearing God in Scripture?
In this series, we examine the idea that God wants a conversational relationship with each of us, as Dallas Willard has written about in his book, “Hearing God,” while wrestling with the writings of Phillip Carey, who claims that God does not speak to us “in our hearts” or thoughts, but rather, through His written word. The topic is thoroughly vetted in the typical Exodus interactive manner, and a consensus starts to emerge throughout the series on how we actually experience God’s voice in our lives.
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