Does God Still Speak To Man Today?

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  1. orlansison profile image59
    orlansisonposted 9 years ago

    Does God Still Speak To Man Today?

    Is He interested in what happens to us as individual? Does He really have a master plan for our lives? How do I hear His voice?

  2. Sweetsusieg profile image84
    Sweetsusiegposted 9 years ago

    I would think that in order for you to hear what God has to say, first you have to talk to him, then LISTEN to what he has to say to you.  It's not necessarily with the 'deep voice in the burning bush'.  It's in the words of others.

  3. jeff_ibarra profile image53
    jeff_ibarraposted 9 years ago

    The words of GOD and by itself were call us every time we breath.GOD'S supremacy and sovereignty who created us with a purpose in life as a steward/s of his creations.
        GOD is always within us and to be able to hold on with GOD, that we must give our humanitarian being/behavior as well as having faith to his words and absolutely GOD will guide.

  4. Jen Buczynski profile image61
    Jen Buczynskiposted 9 years ago

    Simple answers: yes, yes, yes and it's a learning curve. smile

    Learning to hear God's voice can be really complicated, and also simple. You can hear Him in His creation, the beauty around you. Sometimes He speaks through the mouths of your friends, speaking wisdom to you. Sometimes you may read something and it brings life to your weary and tired soul. Sometimes you open the Bible and find His words speaking life to you. Everyday there are new opportunities to hear from Him. I hear Him more in some seasons of my life than others, but when He does speak, I know it's Him (just like Jesus spoke in John 10--His sheep will hear His voice and know Him). I'm sure you've heard His voice before, (you believe in Him--that means something at least!) and if you have asked Him to help you make decisions, I'm sure He helped! The way I most see Him speaking is by looking back in my life and seeing what good has come from decisions I made after asking Him for help. It's easier to see Him working and speaking AFTER you make the decision smile

    He is definitely concerned about our lives, Ephesians 2:10 says He prepared good works beforehand that we may walk in them. He is concerned with how we treat one another and how we love, if we love.

    Great question.

  5. ii3rittles profile image81
    ii3rittlesposted 9 years ago

    Yes, I believe He does. I think that He speaks to us threw signs, tribulations, and emotion. He also speaks to us from our inner most heart of hearts. When a person said God answered with words, they mean that when their mind is cleared, they heard words in their head. Usually you can tell that it is God by realizing you wouldn't normally think this in your head. An example for me is that I asked God what food would help with the pain in my head. I waited a few minutes and asked again, and again and then just cleared my mind and the first thing that came to mind was papaya. I had no idea what papaya was so I knew that was God answering me. Turns out it is very good for inflammation!

  6. akuigla profile image61
    akuiglaposted 9 years ago

    God does speak to all of us.
    For example:
    Last month Ive decided to be careful how much money I spend.
    The very same day I a few homeless people asked me for money!
    I gave money,of course.
    It was clear to me.
    There is no coincidence in life.

  7. theseus profile image81
    theseusposted 9 years ago

    Of course He always speaks to us. And I mean always. He talks to us via the floods that happen everywhere, the turmoil in some countries, through the beauty of the sunrise and the sunset, through the smile and tears of a child. Look around us, that is Him talking.But the question is, do we listen?

  8. mbbs profile image58
    mbbsposted 9 years ago


  9. Glen619 profile image61
    Glen619posted 9 years ago

    Yes i think God speaks to us everyday in the events which we encounter, the hardships we face and also the happy moments we go through.

  10. lorddraven2000 profile image90
    lorddraven2000posted 9 years ago

    I believe he does. To me it is music. I hear God's voice in music more than anything out there.

  11. Harlan Colt profile image67
    Harlan Coltposted 9 years ago

    John 10:27
    "My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me:"

    Mal 3:6
    "For I am the LORD, I change not..."

    Thus the answer biblically is YES.
    Pretty basic Christian doctrine,

    If you are not hearing the voice of the Lord in your life...
    today is as good as any to get right with the Lord!
    - Harlan


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