How do I know God is working?

How do you know if God is testing you?

Obedience seems to always be a key part of God’s testing. He gives us things to do which make no sense to us and are not particularly appealing, although they are good for us. Then he watches our response to learn exactly how we feel about our relationship with him. If we trust him, we typically obey.

How do I know God is trying to talk to me?

God will NEVER ask you to do anything that’s not in line with his Word. Make sure Scripture supports where God is leading you. God will often speak through the words in the Bible, so keep reading and notice if you receive confirmations through the Scriptures you’re reading.

How can I hear God’s voice?

As we look at this story about Samuel, there are six steps which can take some of the mystery out of hearing the voice of God:

  1. Position yourself close to God. …
  2. Find a place of regular service to God. …
  3. Listen for God’s voice. …
  4. When God calls, respond eagerly. …
  5. When God speaks, obey Him. …
  6. Read and study the Word of God.
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What do you do when God is silent?

When God seems silent, bare your heart before him.

Let us bare our hearts before him, even when our hearts are filled with questions and distress about what seems like the silence of God. As David writes in Psalm 62: “For God alone my soul waits in silence; from him comes my salvation.

What happens when you pray everyday?

God, our loving Heavenly Father, wants us to communicate with Him through prayer. He always listens to us when we pray. Daily prayer can bless you, your family, and those you pray for. It can also invite more peace into your life, help you learn more about God’s plan for you, and more.

How do I know God is present in my life?

Recognize the Many Ways God Is Speaking to You

God can speak to us in so many ways, through His scriptures, through people, through preaching, through the worship service, in nature, through works of art, His thoughts joining our thoughts (when we have a really selfless, noble, kind idea), etc.

How do I know God is listening to my prayers?

Through the scriptures, we are taught that God will always hear our prayers and will answer them if we address Him with faith and real intent. In our hearts we will feel the confirmation that He does hear us, a feeling of peace and calm. We can also feel that everything will be fine when we follow the Father’s will.

How do I give my worries to God?

1 Peter 5:7 Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. Philippians 4:6-7 do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.

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How can I hear God fast?

To listen to God as you fast, consider combining a time of fasting with a practice of listening prayer. Together, fasting and prayer can transform your prayer life into a richer and more personal experience of God. Fasting enables the Holy Spirit to reveal your true spiritual condition.

Can God reunite a relationship?

God does not give up on people, and neither should we. A famous quote does, after all, say: “If God could restore us back to himself, he can restore any relationship back to us.” In the Gospel of Luke chapter 2 verse 13-16, we read of Jesus going up to Jerusalem for the Passover feast.

Does God make us uncomfortable?

Sometimes God wants you uncomfortable. “You mean God does NOT want me happy, comfortable, and satisfied?” God created you for something much more than happiness, at least in the way we usually think about happiness. Our natural concept of our existence is much too shallow, much too tame, and much too comfortable.

What God says about breakups?

“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” The Good News: Though you may feel defeated, God is closer than you realize. He is always with you and can heal your heart. “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”