Spiritual Guidance: For Whose Benefit? Part 1

The maze outside of the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg, Virginia

Part 20 of series: How Does God Guide Us? In my last post in this series, I told the story of a woman named Eva who tested what she believed to be the Spirit’s guidance by stepping out in faith. Through doing this, she was able to bring God’s grace to a woman who was [Read More...]

Confirming the Spirit’s Guidance, Part 2

A cliff diver in Acapulco, Mexico. Now that's what I call a leap of faith!

Part 19 of series: How Does God Guide Us? A couple of days ago, I suggested that we can confirm (or disconfirm) the Spirit’s guidance in a variety of ways, but principally through stepping out in faith. I also acknowledged that this can be scary, since it may require us to do something that is [Read More...]

Guidance Through Divine Whispering (Part 2)

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Part 13 of series: How Does God Guide Us? In my last post, I related the Old Testament story of Elijah who, after confronting the prophets of Baal on Mt. Carmel, retreats to the wilderness where he hears the “gentle whisper” or “still, small voice” of God. I suggested that we too can hear that [Read More...]

Guidance Through Divine Whispering

Ferdinand Olivier, Elijah in the Wilderness, 1831

Part 12 of series: How Does God Guide Us? The Old Testament book of 1 Kings contains one of the most dramatic stories in all of Scripture (1 Kgs 18-19). Israel was languishing under the corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel. The royal couple had led the nation into the worship of the [Read More...]


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