Hearing God for Success

You will hear a voice behind you saying, “This is the way. Follow it, whether it turns to the right or to the left.” (Isaiah 30:21)

God is always speaking to us as his people and we have to become still enough to hear. When we ask God for direction, the Holy Spirit will speak to offer guidance. We don’t need to be anxious about anything, but pray about everything and allow God to guide our decisions. (Philippians 4:6)

The best recipe for success is asking God for direction and waiting for an answer. God will train our ears to hear him and when we listen he will speak. God longs to show us what he wants us to do and to download strategies and supernatural insight to us concerning his mysteries.

God wants us to prosper and succeed and when we hear him, his voice brings peace and comfort. Fasting and prayer is a time to wait on God for answers and to listen for direction. The steps of a just man are ordered by the Lord and he delights in his way. (Psalm 37:23)

And Isaiah said to the people that when they hear God, “then you will dishonour your silver-plated idols and your gold-covered statues. You will throw them away like clothing ruined by stains. You will say to them, “Get out!” The Lord will give you rain for the seed that you plant in the ground, and the food that the ground provides will be rich and nourishing. When that day comes, your cattle will graze in large pastures. (Isaiah 30:22-23) Isaiah’s message was that hearing God would cause the people to forget about their idols and draw closer to Him. Hearing God would also bring blessings and prosperity for his people.

Today we continue to pray and then we listen and heed to the voice of God. Hearing God will bring true success.


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