Revive Our Hearts Podcast

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Hearing God’s Voice Requires Listening

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: It’s easy to forget prayer is a two-way conversation with God. Here’s Dannah Gresh.

Dannah Gresh: For many of us our prayers are like nasty boys who ring front door bells and run away before anyone answers.

Nancy: This is Revive Our Hearts for Monday, September 28. I’m Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

So often, women write to me frustrated that they don’t know what God wants them to do in a this or that situation. It makes me wonder: have you been listening? God wants to communicate with us as much if not more than we want to talk with Him.

He speaks to us primarily first and foremost through His Word, but also through circumstances, through godly people in our lives, and prayer. But here’s the challenge: Sometimes when we’re pouring our hearts out to God, we forget that prayer is a two-way conversation. 

Well, today my …

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About the Teacher

Dannah Gresh

Dannah Gresh

When Dannah Gresh was eight years old, she began praying that God would use her as a Bible teacher for “the nations.” When she sees the flags of many countries waving at a Revive Our Hearts event, it feels like an answer to her prayer.

Dannah is the founder of True Girl which provides tools for moms and grandmothers to disciple their 7–12 year-old girls. On Monday nights, you’ll find Dannah hosting them in her online Bible study. She has authored over twenty-eight books, including Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty, Lies Girls Believe, and a Bible study for adult women based on the book of Habakkuk. She and her husband, Bob, live on a hobby farm in central Pennsylvania.