Am I doing something wrong if I make a huge decision and don’t wait to hear from God?

By Elizabeth Prata Does the Bible speak to whom we should marry? Which college to attend? Whether to join the Army? Should we relocate to another state? Change careers now, later, or never? Go back to college? Christian decision-making ... I'm often asked these very questions by women who care about being obedient to the …

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“God Told Me”: About those whispers to the heart…

By Elizabeth Prata *This essay first appeared in July 2018 on The End Time. I have edited it and updated it. Enjoy. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What is a women to do when it seems like everyone is hearing directly from God...and you're not? It seems like so many women say they hear audible voices, still small voices, …

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How does seeking direct revelation destroy your current obedience?

By Elizabeth Prata Do you believe that the Lord still speaks? That He has a fresh word? That you can receive individual directions for specific circumstances in your life? Get career advice, parenting advice, life advice, by becoming still and waiting for impressions, thoughts, impulses, and urges? A lot of people believe these things. There's …

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If you think God is speaking directly today, here is what that means…

A follow-up to this essay is here, One more thought on direct revelation By Elizabeth Prata Women have for at least two generations now, grown up in the faith with famous or celebrity women Bible teachers claiming to have had personal revelations and interactions with Jesus. They say "God told me" or "God laid it …

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Bible Reading Plan thoughts: Eliphaz claimed to have been given a word

Our Bible Reading today brings us to Job 3-4. The speeches have begun. Job's friend Eliphaz reproves Job for insisting on his innocence. To bolster his argument, Eliphaz claims to have had a vision or dream coincidentally on just this topic, coincidentally just recently. (Job 4:12-16). In relating this information, the words Eliphaz chooses to …

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