How Can I Hear God Speak To Me?

Hear God speak!

Do you strive to hear God speak to you? Go to God in prayer right now; He will talk to you through His Holy Spirit and comfort those of you in need. God will give you wisdom; He will love and protect you because He loves you! Here are some encouraging scriptures hearing from God.


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Hear God Speak!

Sometimes it is hard to hear God speak to me. When a person has any unconfessed sin in their life, it is true that God will not answer the prayers of those people like God would want to. 

James 5:16 Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

When we are not walking with God, it is like we are miles away. The only real way to get back into fellowship with God is through prayer, confession, repentance. 

Below you will see different ways that God can talk to you and me. We are all different, so what works for one person may not be something that usually works for others. Check out the list and see what you find. ~ Bill Greguska


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How Can I Hear God Speak To Me!

Hear God speak through prayer, the Bible, meditation, and others.

Sometimes it is hard to hear God speak to us, especially when there is unconfessed sin in our lives, or when we are not walking with God.

Here are some exciting ways below how we can hear God speak, We open up our heart to hear God talking to us. This list is only a beginning because God can choose to speak with us any way He wants! There are also guidelines, so we do not go astray.



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Hear God speak in different ways!

You can hear God speak to you through the Holy Spirit, prayers, God’s word. Turn from evil and be protected by God!



God Can Speak To Us In Multi-Level Ways!

  1. Angels – messengers from God. 1 Corinthians 13:1
  2. Bible – the holy, super-slow, spiritual reading and application of the Scriptures, and can include using the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Lectio Divina or divine reading is sometimes described as “reading with the mind in the heart.”The written revelation of God’s Word is combined with the way the Holy Spirit quickens particular portions as a direct word in a present circumstance.
  3. Circumstances – confirming situations and events that all seem to point in the same direction often combined with a profound sense of inner peace. Colossians 3:15.
  4. Common Sense – the ordinary use of rational, good judgment through experience and logical thinking.
  5. Conscience – knowing right from wrong. See Romans 2:15; 9:1.
  6. Emotions – a gut-level feeling, desire, impulse, impression, arresting concern, or insistent nudge.
  7. Encounter – a phenomenal experience with God without words, but leaving an overwhelming message or strong impression.
  8. Intellectual Reasoning – cognitive, mental processing and evaluating of data leading to clear conclusions like connecting pieces of a puzzle.
  9. Intuition – knowing spontaneously the right thing to do or say.


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More Ways God Can Speak to us!

  1. Journaling – writing down times of communion or conversations with God.
  2. Meditation – memorization, repetition and prayerful rumination of Scripture texts. Hear God speak to you.
  3. Memory – the remembrance of an event, thought or Scripture previously learned.  John 2:22; John 14:26.
  4. Music – meditative or worshipful music that brings stillness, a sense of God’s presence, or a spirit of praise.
  5. Nature – the silent shouting of God’s creation, or personal messages that occur through ordinary created objects such as a flower or a tree. See Psalm 19:1-4.
  6. Prophecy – a timely message or utterance through an individual from God to strengthen, encourage or comfort that person or that group of people at that particular time. See 1 Corinthians 14:3.
  7. Preaching and Teaching – a public presentation of the Word of God and applied by the Holy Spirit to the individual. Take notes and listen to hear God speak to you.
  8. Thoughts – ideas or principles, words or pictures that grow with increasing awareness, clarity, unfolding, intensity, conviction, or volume in mind.
  9. Word of Wisdom – an appropriate, instantaneous insight for a particular occasion, to make a right decision, to discern right from wrong, or to resolve, help or heal a specific situation or need

What are the top three ways God frequently uses to speak to you? Which one is a current area of spiritual growth?

Rev. David John Smith


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Lectio Divina Prayer And Meditation (Hear God Speak)

Lectio Divina is a helpful exercise that the church has been doing for 1,500 years. There are four steps to this exercise that last from 45 minutes to an hour or so.
Before you begin, it is necessary to take the time to confess any known sins, remove yourself from all distractions for example cell phone, and try to set aside any troubles or concerns during this time.

The Lectio Divina Gets Broken Up Into Four Parts:

  1. Lectio (Read)- The first part will take two to five minutes to ask God to speak, and then (Select a scripture or use one of your favorites). Then read your selected scripture (no more than three verses) aloud several times.  The reason we read it aloud is actually to hear it. Sometimes understanding a passage, especially a familiar one, helps us see it freshly.
  2. Meditatio (Mediate)- The second part is to meditate, and this will require approximately 15-20 minutes. When meditating on the scriptures, you go over and over again waiting with hope that God will bring up to you a word or phrase, or concept from the scripture.
  3. Oratio (Pray)– The third step of Lectio Divina is a prayer which will take about 5-15 minutes. Your prayer is a direct response to God over the time of meditation, whether you are making impassioned pleas, more confession, or personal requests.
  4. Contempliatio (Contemplation) Finally, and probably the most difficult of all is contemplation. Contemplation is merely resting in and enjoying the presence of God, and this is where silence is most important. It is also the time when God may choose to speak to your soul. It usually takes another 25-40 minutes. The hard part about this is not talking, because we are so used to talking and noise while God tends to whisper to see if we are seeking Him and listening to Him. Mark 1:35


The Purpose Of Lectio Divina Is To Meet With God!

Sometimes, God has decided to interrupt the whole process; God has that prerogative. On the other hand, we need to be careful not to try to manipulate God’s showing up. Sometimes He speaks, sometimes He doesn’t speak. But, like always He is with us! Jeremiah 29:12-13
Pastor Dave Lynden with minor editing



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