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Did I Hear God?

Melissa — How do you know if what you are hearing is God? Well, does it line up with His Word? For instance, murder and adultery… not God! Also, He trains you to hear Him. “The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the Lord hath made even both of them.” (Proverbs 2:12)  Sometimes we train ourselves to ignore the prophetic lifestyle because we “don’t want to be weird”.  This really is an epic life we are meant to live—not fairytale or fantasy, but epic.  Why epic? Epic is quite unlike fairytale or fantasy that denote magic, rainbows and butterflies, and other-worldly superhumans. “Epic” denotes work, grit, fight, humans living their destiny and winning.  So, don’t ignore His training.  Don’t ignore that relationship.
(Read Melissa’s articles in SEEC MAGAZINE.)


Hearing God

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Ways to Hear From God

Melissa — The following list is not only how the prophetic lifestyle is lived out, it is also ways in which He trains us for a prophetic lifestyle. This is not a comprehensive list. There are so many ways to hear from the Alpha and Omega. We don’t all have the same exact experiences because we each have a personal relationship with God. The way you hear has to do with this most important relationship of your life! But, as you’ll see, there are similarities in ways we all hear. 1.) Coincidences: the occurrence of events that happen at EarHandManListenHearthe same time by accident but seem to have some connection. (Webster’s Dictionary) Coincidences can easily be put in the I don’t want to be weird category, so they can easily be ignored. Pay attention! Remember, God is working on many levels, so why would we not experience coincidences? 2.) DeJa-Vu: a feeling that one has seen or heard something before. (Webster’s Dictionary) Nope, not spooky at all, rather a fantastic training experience! If you have one simply ask what you need to see. If you don’t get an answer, perhaps you were being trained to pay attention. 3.) Dreams: of course God speaks to us in dreams. Our conscious mind is out of the way. 4.) Visions: are like a movie in your head or right before your eyes. 5.) Double-take: is that thing which makes you look again because you thought you saw something and it ends up not being there. 6.) Feelings: are about a knowing in your gut, excitement out of nowhere, uneasiness out of nowhere. 7.) Urges: to pray, do something, call someone, go somewhere. 8.) Hearing: still small voice or loud and clear. 9.) Thoughts: came out of nowhere. You weren’t even thinking about that subject and the thought won’t go away. It just sits in your mind. 10.) The place between awake and asleep: the mind is not in the way here. From my experience these moments have been very clear. 11.) In conversation: something strikes a chord, confirms something you heard, or an idea comes “out of nowhere”. An inspirational conversation, if you will. 


September is For Hearing God

The month of SEPTEMBER IS FOR HEARING GOD in moments and in settings we have not cognizantly expected to hear Him in in the past. We shall hear Him and know how to best relate to people, know which path to take and be able to discern the times that we may act expeditiously.  “If you go the wrong way—to the right or to the left—you will hear a voice behind you. It will say, ‘This is the right way. You should go this way.’” (Isa.30:21, ICB)

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Hearing God in Dreams Visions and Prophecy will be addressed by Marty, Kathy and Melissa Gabler at DVP2018  Sept.14-16. For detailed information CLICK HERE.


What Are You Hearing?

How do you know if what you are hearing is God? Well, does it line up with His word? For instance, murder and adultery… not God! Also, He trains you to hear Him. “The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the Lord hath made even both of them.” (Proverbs 2:12)  Sometimes we train ourselves to ignore the prophetic lifestyle because we “don’t want to be weird”.  This really is an epic life we are meant to live—not fairytale or fantasy, but epic.  Why epic? Epic is quite unlike fairytale or fantasy that denote magic, rainbows and butterflies, and other-worldly superhumans. “Epic” denotes work, grit, fight, humans living their destiny and winning.  So, don’t ignore His training.  Don’t ignore that relationship.  (Fifth excerpt from Melissa’s article “Prophetic Lifestyle”.)

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