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Hearing the Voice of God

In order for me to continue to hear the voice of the Lord, I simply must practice. For instance, last night I was supposed to call someone (or at least text) and I didn't. Then this morning that same person came in my spirit and I said, 'oh Lord, I should have made contact last night.' Why didn't I? One reason is that I procrastinate. I was always one of those people. I put things off that don't seem that important and that's not good.

I'm just being honest when I say I procrastinate, because I want to repent to the Lord by asking for forgiveness and be delivered from that thing. Procrastination has probably held up a few blessings, that when totaled could have resulted in something great. I'm tired of doing that and I'm going to fix it.
Being quiet to hear God's voice.
In order to move on, to push through, to go to the next level, we have to hear and listen to God's voice. How else do we know we're on the right track? The one thing I like about David, is that he was able to hear and listen to the voice of God when he was going into and through battles. And the Lord was with him. In Psalms 29, David says the voice of the Lord is powerful.

So you see, that is one of the reasons I need to practice Hearing the Voice of God.


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