DAY 38 – March 18thhearing-from-god-series-randy-willis-photosScriptures: Proverbs 3:5-6; John 6:45


God has promised to guide us if we listen. He tells us not to listen to our own understanding but to acknowledge Him in all our ways. If you do what he says, He “will make your paths straight” (Proverbs 3:6). God wants to guide you because he knows what is best for us in every situation.


Things go right when we listen. When David inquired of the Lord, listened to His response and executed the detailed battle plans God gave him he won great victories over his enemies. (2 Samuel 5:17-25) That things go right when we listen, does not mean they are always easy .When Jesus submitted to the will of the Father in Gethsemane it surely wasn’t easy. It took Him to the cross. But it was right; and it lead to the defeat of Satan and the salvation of the world.


Listening leads us to Christ himself. Jesus said,” Everyone who listens to the Father and learns from Him come to me”. John 6:45. When the Father speaks He directs us to His Son because all the answers to life’s questions are found in Him.

The greatest benefit of listening to God is that we are directed by the Father to the Son and to the life He gives. Without His leading life is impossible. With His leading life is full of purpose, provision, and His presence.



  • Ask God to give you a keen sense of your need for His guidance and the ability to hear his voice.
  • Pray that fathers will look to God as the ultimate spiritual head of their household, and serve their families by carrying responsibility for the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of their wives. Pray that God will instill a vision of wholesome, supportive, fatherhood to all fathers.
  • Pray for single people. Pray that Christ will protect them; that friendships and church fellowships bring ample fullness of healthy relationship; for wisdom to choose sexual purity and holy lifestyles; for marriage.
  • Pray for broken families. Pray for the healing of broken or embittered hearts. Pray for the children of such homes.
  • Pray for the Sunday School Ministry.



DAY 39 – March 19th – Is That Really You God?

Scriptures:   John 10:2-5;   John 10:27: Psalm 23


The biggest problem in hearing God’s voice is knowing for sure that it is His voice that we hear. Maybe we are only hearing self-talk. Could it be just our imagination? Jesus says, “listen to (the shepherd’s) voice…his sheep follow him because they know his voice. They will never follow a stranger…because they do not recognize his voice”. (John 10:2-5) Jesus is the Shepherd. Believers are the sheep. Believers will listen to and recognize the voice of the Shepherd. They will also know that certain voices are not his and will flee from them.


The best way to get to know Him and His voice is to spend time with God. As Pastor Littlejohn has stressed we must have a personal relationship with Jesus. The more time that we spend with him the better we will know Him. As we come to know His ways, words and will through the Word of God and by the Spirit, and spending time with Jesus we will also come to know what his voice sounds like. “We want to have confident communication with the Lord by being in fellowship with Christ such that we know who we are talking to, know what we are talking about through Jesus’ Word, as a result of a relationship with Him”, Pastor Littlejohn explained on Sunday March 6, 2016.



  • Thank God for revealing Himself through his Word and by His Spirit-the Spirit of Revelation.(Ephesians 1:7)
  • Thank Him for guiding you, protecting you and keeping you from harm.
  • Confess to the Shepherd if you have listened to other voices and followed their leadings and ask for forgiveness.
  • Ask the Shepherd to help you hear His voice, to follow His lead, and to spurn those who would lead you in the wrong way.
  • Ask God for an ear to hear (Revelation 2:7) and to teach you to hear better.

.Linda Fegins, The Prayer Leader Linda Fegins, “The Prayer Leader” serves as prayer leader and teacher/trainer on the “Prayer Boot Camp” with the Global Missions Prayer Force and as a guest intercessor and volunteer for Girlfriends Pray a global prayer ministry. She served as Prayer Coordinator for over 13 years( later Director over the Prayer Ministry) for the Lydia Circle Christian Business and Professional Women. As part of the Lydia Circle she has lead over twenty prayer boot camps, and has lead prayer services and workshops in the Bahamas and in South Africa. She served on the prayer team of a medical mission trip to Jamaica under the leadership of Rev. Jackie McCullough. She also serves as the Prayer Leader for her church’s Intercessory Prayer Ministry.

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