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Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God Paperback – May 20, 2012
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"The beauty of this book is the way it exposes the reader to hearing God through obedience to him. . . . You may need, as I did, to read and read it again, but it is well worth it." (Skip Holman, Baptist Standard, September 3, 2012)
"In this volume he lays out a needed and balanced view of a God who not only listens to his children but speaks to them as well. The problem is not that God is voiceless but that we simply do not listen to his voice and that is because we don't know how to listen." (Jim Miller Book Review, January 23, 2008)
"Few books have challenged me like this one. I would urge every serious-minded Christian to read it . . . at your own risk." (Bill Hybels, author of Too Busy Not to Pray)
"The best book on divine guidance I have ever read. I recommend it highly." (Richard Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline)
"Willard wonderfully encourages us to listen for God's voice, and then to respond and obey. This is a book of great encouragement and helpful insights into the arena of God's direction in our daily living." (Ted W. Engstrom, president emeritus, World Vision)
About the Author
Dallas Willard (1935-2013) was a professor in the School of Philosophy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for over forty years. A highly influential author and teacher, Willard was as celebrated for his enduring writings on spiritual formation as he was for his scholarship. His books include The Divine Conspiracy (Christianity Todays Book of the Year in 1998), The Spirit of the Disciplines, Hearing God, Renovation of the Heart and others. His books have received numerous Christianity Today Annual Book Awards and other recognitions. Willard served on the boards of the C. S. Lewis Foundation and Biola University, and was a member of numerous evaluation committees for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. He received bachelors degrees from both Tennessee Temple College and Baylor University and a graduate degree at Baylor University, as well as a PhD from the University of Wisconsin in Philosophy and the History of Science.
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I now know how to hear from God regularly and believe there is virtually no way to be follow Christ without learning to hear his still small voice and direction. Originally written for a group study this book illuminates the many different ways God can communicate with us today, in the here and now. It teaches about the power of Gods Word and the blessings of following his direction. If you are a disciple and student of Christ, how can you follow him if you don't hear from him? The Spirit is waiting for us to learn to hear his voice so that we can learn to follow his guidance into the abundant life he planned for us, and to use every situation we encounter for our good. Learning to hear from God turns prayer into two way communication and allows his presence to be with us in the way he desires. Dallas Willard was a great man of God who really walked his talk - and his books are pearls of great wisdom. Read it slowly and let each bit soak into you, and soon you will know the nearness of God, and your faith will grow exponentially as you speak to him and see his faithfulness in action. Jesus' promise to us was that he would never leave us or forsake us - he does not want to be a silent bystander but the Lord and Savior of our lives! Get it, read it and be blessed!
On the other hand, there are some who insist that God can only speak through His Word, the Bible. Anyone who believes otherwise is wrong.
Dallas Willard provides a good middle way in his book "Hearing God." While upholding Scripture as the ultimate authority and the standard by which all else must be tested, he acknowledges that God speaks to us today and gives guidelines for discerning His voice.
The first half of the book is mostly a defense of the idea that God continues to speak to His people. The second half of the book is a practical guide to hearing God.
I still have questions about how God speaks to us today and am still somewhat wary because of the many abuses of hearing God that happen in evangelicalism, but this book was a gentle guide that helped me crack open the door to what has already been a rewarding aspect of my life with God.
If you are not a disciple of Jesus Christ this book will not make much sense. If you are and you are a student of the Bible this book will form an intense calling to you to find the life that God wants with you.