Does God Still Speak?

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Silverwings

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[video]https://www.facebook.com/ken.whitley.50/posts/10207495572706959[/video]
 

Joidevivre

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He speaks in so many ways. Through our vision, hearing, touch and smell. He speaks through signs around us. He speaks through people. He speaks mostly through the Word.

He speaks...to the ones who listen and watch. He speaks...even to the ones who do not.

How humbling to think that "He gives His thoughts to all generations". And that He has time for me in personal ways.

BUT the wonder is that He loves to hear our voices speak to Him.
 

oldethennew

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very sweetly said, Joi - (3)hugs...
 
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Does God Still Speak?

The just shall live by faith Is not only talking about salvation but It’s also talking about our walk.
 

Waggles

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Yes.
Through the operation of the gifts of diverse tongues and interpretation,
but also awesomely through the gift of prophecy.
These voice gifts of the Holy Spirit are operated by my Pentecostal church
at our worship meetings.
Both Jesus and our Father speak to us through these gifts.
All done decently and in order in accordance with the instructions laid out
by Paul the apostle in 1Corinthians 14: