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5 Ways You Can Hear God’s Voice

May 5, 2024

Pastor Bobby’s encouragement for you if you’re going through a challenge, a difficult situation or a crossroads, is to ask God for a word. One word from God can transform your life forever! Today’s message: “5 Ways You Can Hear God’s Voice.”

Duane “Dog” Chapman, best known to many as the reality television star, Dog the Bounty Hunter, spent years capturing thousands of criminals on his hit show. After his wife, Beth, passed away, his faith was tested. Although he didn’t receive the miracle he had hoped for, he did see God’s handiwork in healing him and redeeming him during one of his darkest seasons. His incredible story is recounted in his new book, Nine Lives and Counting: A Bounty Hunter’s Journey to Faith, Hope, and Redemption.

The Hour of Power Choir and Worship Team, featuring vocalist Fernando Munoz and directed by Steve Caudill, performs “O God, Our Help in Ages Past” (Isaac Watts; William Croft; arr: Tommy Walker; orch: Dave Williamson). The choir is accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, Susan Caudill on organ and Bob Emmett on piano.

Diane Reynolds began her career working in musical theater productions, with a favorite being the National Tour of the Tony Award-winning musical, City of Angels. Diane performed in “The Glory of Christmas” and “The Glory of Easter” for thirteen years as Mary. She can be heard on over 100 movie soundtracks, including LaLa Land and Ice Age 5. Diane lives in Orange County, California and teaches private voice lessons. Today, Diane sings “In Christ Alone” (Brian Littrell). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Scripture reading: John 10:1-5

2 Responses

  1. Dear Pastor Bobby, I live in the UK and would watch your Hour of Power every week, and record it to watch an again, on TBN. A few weeks ago I was devastated to find it had stopped broadcasting. I then found you online praise the Lord. Today I listened to your sermon on hearing God’s voice which really spoke to me and I will tell you why. After a divorcé, I lived alone in a pretty cottage which I loved and I had a good job. A friend wanted me to meet someone she knew but ai kept saying I was happy as I was and was not interested. She went on and on and in the end I gave in. He invited me to go to dinner and one evening went into another and so on for two years when he proposed. God kept telling me not to marry him, over and over but I was lonely and it was good to have someone accompanying me to dinner, theatre etc. I did not listen to the Lord and ai married him. Eight years later he suffered a devastating stroke. He was an architect with his own business which he lost when he had the stroke. I ran into financial difficulty as we had apartments which were mortgaged and the rents did not cover the mortgage and the 2008 crash came, A long-standing friend of my husband whom he had known 44 years said his son was in finance and could help me. He then went into business with someone whose business was 200 miles away who said we should move there to be near for him to help us. He said we should sign our home over to him so we could be properly helped. We trusted them to help us. However, they stole our home and our money. I contacted he police who worked on the case for 2-3 years only then to say they had disappeared to Colombia and even if the police could get them back, there wouldn’t be any money left. We lost over £1million GBP. I am now in a tiny rental being financially helped by the local authority and my husband is in a nursing home. I have looked after him for 13 years and could no longer cope as his needs became too much.. I visit him almost every day. My family is 200 miles away although I have a daughter, son-in-law, three grandchildren and two great grandchildren in California and Oregon. I feel that God knew what would happen if I married my husband which is why He kept telling me not to do it. I didn’t listen and I am paying the price. However, where I am I have a wonderful church, wonderful neighbours and I am content. Good is good. Thank you for all your wonderful sermons which I so thouproughly enjoy. You have an incredible way of delivering them without “dictating” but instead in a fun and friendly manner. Thank you and may the Lord bless you, Hannah and your children.

  2. Thank you for the gift of deeper understanding in regards to faith, hope and love. You and your family are in my daily prayers.

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