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The Art of Listening Prayer

by Seth Barnes

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Grab your prayer journal and start listening to what God wants to say to you today.What if you could hear from God directly, just as you would from a close friend?Are you satisfied with a seemingly one-way conversation with God? Do you ever wonder if he really wants to hear from you?The Art of Listening Prayer is about what it really means to have a personal relationship with God. If God loves his people, maybe it means that he wants to speak one-on-one with us, and if that's true, shouldn't our first priority be to learn how to hear from him? Explore what it means to experience prayer that really is two-way. Using the Bible as a foundation, you can go way beyond theory and grow in this practice of listening prayer. God wants to speak to you, and at the end of this thirty-day devotional, you will not only learn how to draw closer to him, you'll be equipped with a practical process to hear from him on a daily basis.… (more)

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