God is speaking. Are you listening? As you open your spiritual "ears," you will learn to determine which channels God is using to broadcast his intentions. Discover how to discern his specific versus his general voice, recognize the multiple ways he communicates, and draw closer to him by reading his Word.
As believers in Jesus Christ, we naturally want to know how we can hear God’s voice. Does God speak? Is He speaking to you? The good news is, yes, He is speaking. And like a radio host broadcasting His voice into the airwaves, God speaks all the time. The question is, are we tuned in to the right frequency?
God communicates with us in multiple ways, whether through the Bible, through circumstances, or even through a whisper. Pastor Robert Morris demonstrates how we can grow in our faith, maturing from sheep hearing His voice to hearing it as His friend or even as a prophet. When we begin to understand the general and specific ways God speaks to us, then we can begin to cultivate a life of deeper connection with our Creator.
In Frequency, you will:
Gain a better understanding of how to recognize God’s voiceDiscern the general voice of God from the specific voice of GodGrow in your relationship with the Lord by developing consistent time in His WordValue the voice of the Lord and enjoy drawing closer to your Creator
Frequency will demystify the process of hearing God and take you to a new level in your faith.
Morris (Truly Free), senior minister of the 36,000-member Gateway Church in Dallas, Tex., urges readers to rethink how they hear the words of Jesus, both in church and in their everyday lives. Writing in clear and concise bullet points, he offers anecdotes as well as practical advice: "If you're in the habit of meeting with the Lord daily, then it becomes easier and easier for you to hear God." For Morris, hearing God more clearly is like any other skill one wishes to improve: success corresponds directly to the frequency of prayer and to remaining open to seeing the holy being in the world at large. Morris is a Christian writer speaking primarily to a devout audience, but the book is written with a largely secular, empirical tone. Anecdotes throughout provide more stirring insight than the moments of scriptural reference. Morris's welcoming appeal to hear God more intently is perfect for Christian seekers looking for a simple and heartfelt way to reinvigorate their religion.