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How to (Really) Hear From God

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  • April 12, 2009

Being able to hear from God is one of the most important things a believer needs to be able to do. Jesus said, “My sheep hear My Voice.” It’s important to understand that God is speaking. The question is: do we have ears to really hear what He is trying to say?

We have identified four primary ways in which God is trying to speak to us. In this series of messages we discuss how God uses the Word, prayer, other people, and our circumstances to reveal Himself to us. We’ll also talk about ways to keep our hearing from becoming dull by learning to focus on the One Voice Who speaks to us above all others.

Out of all the questions we get here at The School of Christ, the topic of how to hear from God is probably one of the top five. This issue is so critically important to so many people that I felt compelled to get it recorded and get it into your hands so you can listen to it over and over again.

There are four messages in this series, including:

How To (Really) Hear From God Through The Word
How To (Really) Hear From God Through Prayer
How To (Really) Hear From God Through Other People
How To (Really) Hear From God Through Your Circumstances

About Chip Brogden

Chip Brogden is an international best-selling author, teacher and founder of TheSchoolOfChrist.Org and Sonrise Television. His writings and teachings reach more than 135 nations with a simple, consistent, Christ-centered message. Connect with Chip on Twitter or Facebook.


  • Ivy says:

    I’d like to (really) hear from you when this again become available. It’s something my husband and I struggle with pretty regularly.

    Thanks. :)

  • Trevor Hartwig says:

    Hey Chip…..I see the four topics……how about ‘hearing from God yourself’? Word, prayer, others and circumstance……but the best way prescribed by Jesus is “sheep hear, know and obey”……

    • Chip Brogden says:

      I agree. This teaching is for people who need something practical to get started. Hearing, knowing, and obeying do take time to learn, which is why all sheep go astray in the beginning.

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