God speaks to His people!

God created the universe with speaking . . . “Let there be . . . ”

Today, through Jesus Christ, He lives in you. How do you learn to hear Him speaking into your heart, and really know it’s Him?

Kingdom Faith Ministries International is devoted to helping God’s people learn to hear and obey His still small voice. Deuteronomy 8 declares that God’s purpose in having His people wander in the wilderness for 40 years was to learn to hear and live by every word that proceeded from His mouth.

God is still speaking, and like the Israelites, we must learn how to hear Him with confidence and precision. Are you eager to hear what the Lord Jesus Christ is speaking today to those who have discovered how to find Him in the secret place and drink from His fountain of Living Water? He will invite you to sit on His throne if you overcome in the pursuit of hearing His voice (Revelation 3:21).

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George Müller's Secret to Effective Prayer
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Cheryl A. Elton

George Müller talked to God about everything and expected God to answer every prayer.

During his lifetime (1805-1898), Müller cared for more than 10,000 orphans as the director of the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England, and provided Christian education to over 120,000 children in the 117 schools he established.

Yet despite these wonderful achievements and the many lives he touched, he is best known as a man of great faith and prayer. His uncomplicated trust in God for every daily provision continues to inspire people around the world today.

Remarking on his prayer life, Müller once said:

“The most important part of prayer is the fifteen minutes after saying ‘Amen.'”

For many, ‘amen’ marks the end of prayer time.

Not for Müller.

For him, prayer was all about relationship—and ‘amen’ simply signified the transition into his listening time with God.

Some of us give God our shopping list of requests for the day, ask for His blessing, say ‘amen’, and then jump up to rush into the day.

Many never consider or expect that God could even speak to them.

Do we perhaps miss out on the best part?

Isn’t it during the sacred time of listening that God whispers those quiet reassurances of His presence, confirms His word in our hearts, and often gives us the timely revelation word we need?

These were the precious moments of prayer that were most important to George Müller. For he had experienced the sweetness of fellowship with his Lord that only comes through daily dialogue.

All relationship develops trust, and grows closer, sweeter, through communication.

How God longs for us to hear His voice . . .

Are we listening?

Copyright © 2018 Cheryl Elton

Listening For God
Thursday, February 08, 2018
Dr. Paul D. Norcross

The "sweet-spot" of all Christian living is in loving communion with The Lord Jesus Christ and with our Father.

It is as if time stops the moment your spirit hears Him speak to you! His words are always as David declared:

“How sweet are thy words (emrah = speaking) unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!”  (Psalm 119:103)

“I rejoice at thy word (emrah = speaking), as one that findeth great spoil.”  (Psalm 119:162)

David is saying that the words which The Lord spoke to him were his most valued treasure. Hearing the voice of The Lord was what he lived for, and it is why God called him a man after God's own heart.

The Hebrew word emrah simply means "a speaking," and (along with the word dabar), is very parallel to the meaning of rhema in the New Testament.

These words specifically refer to speaking words, not written words.

Thus, it is extremely significant when we learn what Psalm 138:2 is really saying:

“I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word (emrah) above all thy name.”  (Psalm 138:2)

It is certainly true that all Scripture is given by the inspiration of God (2 Timothy 3:16), and that all Scripture came as holy men of God wrote as they were moved by the Holy Spirit (2 Peter 1:21). Thus, all Scripture came as a speaking into the spirit of those who wrote down what they heard under the anointing of the Holy Spirit.

So what did God really mean by telling us that He magnified His speaking above His name?

The same as He meant in inspiring the Apostle Paul to write in Romans 10:17:  

"So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word (rhema = speaking) of God."  

My point is that God most values His personal relationship with you. Yes, you and me!  

What characterizes all human relationships is dialogue -- verbal communications.

It is how friendships are made and strengthened.

Conversational words are the basis of all of our relationships. And they are the basis of our relationship with our Creator as well. I often share that our Heavenly Father and our dear Lord Jesus Christ want us not only to know the Author's written words, but to actually know The Author of those words.

This was David's heart in so many of his psalms. A day in His courts truly was, to David, worth a thousand. Why? Because of the communion exchanged through speaking with and listening to The Lord.

“Thy word (dabar = speaking) is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path”  (Psalm 119:105)

Psalm 119 contains 19 uses of emrah and 24 occurrences of dabar. Each of these verses refer to God speaking with David. It was an everyday thing with him. 

It was to David the key to the door that no man can open, and no one can shut of Revelation 3:7 and Isaiah 22:22.

The reason why Jesus Christ spoke of Himself as being the bread from heaven, referring to the daily feeding on manna in the wilderness wandering (John 6:30-68), was because His words which He will speak to you ARE spirit and they ARE life (rhema words -- John 6:63) and they ARE the rhema speaking of eternal life (John 6:68).  

Speaking is how the bride is prepared (via the washing of the water of the rhema word of Ephesians 5;26-27).

No wonder Jesus declared in Matthew 4:4 that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every rhema word that proceeds from the mouth of God!

No wonder this speaking is what God magnified above His name!


To learn more, see Dining At The Master's Table: Learning To Hear The Voice Of The Lord  

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