The Bible says: “If you diligently heed the voice of the Lord your God and do what is right in His sight, give ear to His commandments and keep all His statutes, I will put none of the diseases on you which I have brought on the Egyptians. For I am the Lord who heals you.” This is in Exodus 15:26 As Christians, we need to to hearing from God if we are to do his will and to receive clear instructions from Him. Like Jesus, He only did what the Father has told Him to do. And these brought glory to the Father. But how to hear the voice of God? This preaching by Derek Prince gives us valuable inputs on how to hear the voice of God. Derek Prince is a Bible teacher who has been a great influence in my Christian walk. It’s about an hour audio sermon, but surely, it’s all worth it.
About Derek Prince
Derek Prince (1915-2003) was born in Bangalore India, to a British military family. At the age of 5, Derek was sent back to England, where he attended the most exclusive boarding schools, including Eton and Cambridge, where he excelled, for the rest of his childhood and adolescent years. Derek’s years at Cambridge brought him into contact with some of the luminaries of the age. He studied under the famed philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.
In a search after the true meaning of life, Derek devoted himself to studying philosophy. He read every word that Plato ever wrote-in the original Greek. However before long, when Derek found that Philosophy did not have a very clear or positive answer, he turned to Oriental cults—yoga, theosophy, and voodoo. Yet again, he ended up in disillusionment.
He had a spiritual experience, but that did not make him happy. In fact, it was followed by a gray depression that settled around him. Nonetheless, looking back, he achieved success, according to the standard of this world. He had a solid reputation in his field, he had written an acclaimed dissertation of Plato’s method of definition and its evolution. He wrote poetry in Latin and Greek. Still, he was confused and frustrated with this world, and longed for “something that was real.” READ MORE by going to this link.