This is the second chapter of our eBook
on Prayer Pastoring. The first chapter dealt with step one praying
for mercy. We often have judgements against us that halt our prayers
for ourselves therefore we need God’s mercy. Without mercy our
prayers are hindered. We often mistake opposition as coming from
spiritual warfare but many times it is coming from God himself and we
are reaping what we have sown. This opposition is the judgement of
God. Chapter one explains this process.
There are some keys to hearing God's voice that I have neglected lately, and I am grateful for being reminded of them.
1. Feed on God's Word to prepare your spirit to hear God's voice
"The entrance of your Word gives light, it brings understanding to the simple". (Ps 119:130)
Someone posted this on my facebook wall:
My first question:
Luke 10:38,9 says “ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.
What door is Jesus talking about? And how are we supposed to knock?
I think your Bible reference is actually incorrect. You might want to check it. You probably meant Luke 11:9,10