How not to speak about god
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Our lives can sometimes feel like constant noise—voices from every side—influencing the way we think and feel. But, in the midst of it all, there is one voice we need to hear the most—the voice of God. Do you need to hear Him today about your finances, your children, your marriage or your health? There is good news—God is speaking to you all the time. In fact, A. God has promised to lead His children by His Spirit and enable them to know His voice.
I sat quietly; a little disheartened by a conversation I had just had. I felt a sadness creep into my heart for her. We know through reading the Bible that in the Old Testament times God spoke with His people both through His Spirit and His angels, but also with His very own voice as well. God spoke very clearly to Noah when He instructed him to build the ark. Some listened intently to the Lord; others ran away so as not to have to hear what the Lord wanted of them. God did not stop speaking to His people once Christ was born. While we see that God was still speaking with those in the earliest Christian days, the question remains, does He still speak to us now?
How to speak about God
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Jesus Christ changes every aspect of your life for the better, and this includes the way you speak to the people you work with. In New Testament language your heart is where you feel, think, and make decisions. It is your true self. Your mouth speaks what is in your heart. Jesus dwells in the heart of every Christian and now you speak with His heart.