Sep 1, 2020
Why Does God Seem Silent? (Week 2)
Have you ever been homesick? Maybe you cried your way through nights when you were away at camp for the first time? Or perhaps you would have done almost anything for a home-cooked meal made by your mom or a hug from your dad when you were in college? It’s possible you’ve ached to hold your babies when you were away from them on a trip. They don’t call it home-SICK for no reason. It’s painful, all-encompassing, and just feels...wrong. Dannah Gresh says “we’re all longing to feel like we’re home” and that the only true remedy for it lies in decoding what she calls “the message in God’s silence." If it seems like God has been silent in your life, you’ll want to hear this heartfelt message as Dannah continues in the series based on the book of Habakkuk. In it, she shares five characteristics of God’s voice so you can begin to better recognize His voice.
This message was taped in the Revive Our Heart’s studios. If you enjoyed it and want to dig in deeper, grab a copy of the Bible study entitled Habakkuk: Remembering God’s Faithfulness When He Seems Silent by Dannah Gresh. This is the second podcast that supports the study experience leading into a week where you’ll begin to learn how to recognize and respond to God’s voice. Learn more at dannahgresh.com. This podcast was produced by Pure Freedom Ministries in partnership with Revive Our Hearts & Moody Publishers.
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