How to Hear God: A Simple Guide for Normal People
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Having addressed God's silence in God on Mute, and then How to Pray in his previous bestseller , Pete Greig is back to bring wisdom and guidance to one of the most pressing and perplexing aspects of universal Christian experience - How to Hear God . Exploring the story of Christ's playful, poignant conversation on the road to Emmaus, Pete draws deeply from the insights of a wide range of Christian traditions.
Community Church is a trading name of Rivertree Trust a company limited by guarantee and registered charity. Jesus is what God sounds like’ and every other way of hearing God must lead us to getting closer to Jesus. Pete is such a leader, and the truth contained in this book answers one of the most common questions: How do you hear God? The current book study is on Pete Greig’s new book, How to Hear God, and I recommend that you get hold of your own copy – you can purchase it here.This book will do a solid job helping them listen for the voice of God in everyday life, by way of a broad range of spiritual traditions, while remaining alert to the loopier and more manipulative claims of some would-be channellers of the Almighty. It really encourages the reader to get stuck in and experiment with ways to open up to God and notice him in your everyday life. I discovered, rather late in my walk with God, tools like The Examen and Lectio Divina, developed by early church fathers for growing in our faith. Exploring the story of Christ’s playful, poignant conversation on the road to Emmaus, Pete draws deeply from the insights of a wide range of Christian traditions. Centred on the story of the disciples who encountered Jesus on the road to Emmaus, Pete uses his characteristic accessible and practical style to unpack the many ways that God speaks to us today.
Pete’s free, online resources include The Prayer Course - downloaded more than three million times, The Lectio Course, and Lectio365 - a daily devotional with more than 225,000 regular users. We may have to wrestle with some theological and psychological difficulties to do with hearing God (Greig shares his own) but it is worth persevering. Join Pete for 5 sessions as he explores the story of Christ’s playful, poignant conversation on the road to Emmaus, Pete draws deeply from the insights of a wide range of Christian traditions. Rooted in Scripture and filled with the experiences of many who have gone before us, this book shows that God really does speak to us and gives us some clear paths to hear him when he does.How to Hear God is perfect for individuals who want to explore the different ways of learning to hear God’s voice, communities who want to grow together, and anyone who is looking for an easy-to-understand guide to this often-confusing area of faith. Nothing could possibly matter more than learning to discern the authentic voice of God, but few things in life are more susceptible to delusion, deception, and downright abuse.
Pete Grieg has done a masterful job of breaking down the areas of hearing the voice of the Lord and putting our faith into practice. There is a very useful introduction to the topic of each of the chapters – ‘how to read this book in 5 minutes’ – which gives good overview of the journey before we set off. Greig's main readership is likely to be young adults in the Charismatic Evangelical wing of the Church. Nothing could possibly matter more than learning to discern the voice of God, but few things in life are more susceptible to delusion, deception and downright abuse.He bases this current book around the wonderful story in Luke 24 of the disciples on the road to Emmaus, regarding it as a masterclass on learning to hear the voice of Jesus. This is not just a book written in a charming style, but perhaps in the end a book that will help many change their lives and adjust themselves to hearing that "still small voice" of which the Bible speaks.