• I've never heard the voice of God as a voice in my head, so I don't know.
  • None of the voices in my head are God's - I assure you. But He does have a sense of humor, and He is a practical joker. I've witnessed it myself.
    • Linda Joy
      Just look at the giraffe!
    • Linda Joy
      Sorry, duplicate.
    • Army Veteran
      Well, hell's beans - if you post a good answer, why apologize for posting it again?
  • The Holy Spirit will testify to the truth of all things.
  • This makes me wonder I'm not so sure
  • A great passage to set our hearts at peace is Jeremiah 32:17 “Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee.” In hiding many encouraging verses like this one in our hearts we can have an inner quietness regardless of our circumstances. This is due to God's Word dwelling in us richly and because in accepting Christ we’ve been given God’s peace. Romans 5:1 “Therefore being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” The analogy of quiet seas illustrates this quietness to us. The greatest cargoes of life (the blessings and answers) come in over quiet seas. The analogy applies because actual cargo ships are known to delay their arrival in port at times if the water is choppy. Cultivating those quiet inner seas helps us hear when God speaks to us. In staying our hearts on God’s Word, we are readying ourselves to hear from Him. Isaiah 26:3,4 “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is everlasting strength.”
  • dont think god really talks
  • This is a great question. God did speak to his servants a long time ago directly, but he also is still speaking to us today. (Read Isaiah 30:21.) True, we do not hear God speak to us from heaven. He has, however, provided his written Word, the Bible, in which he gives us instruction. Additionally, Jehovah’s spirit moves “the faithful steward” to keep giving His servants their food supply. (Luke 12:42)

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