For Aussie farmer Jarrod, it was a dream that ended up being the difference between delcaring bankruptcy and keeping his farm.
I looked up and around the room and thought I was going crazy. I had heard God’s voice. Was I imagining it? No; I had just heard it.
Most often when I hear advice on the key to hearing God’s voice, it points to the need to get away and find a place to “quieten your heart”.
We expect to see God in beauty, praise, and joy. We expect to see God in light. But what happens when all we see is darkness?
In the story of Gideon, we see a God who knows our struggle with doubt and even anticipates our questions: how do we know a message is from God?