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Can You Hear Me?: Tuning in to the God Who Speaks [Paperback]

Brad Jersak
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September 2003 0973358602 978-0973358605 Revised
Can You Hear Me? is a compelling combination of biblical and historical research, real life experiences, and inspiring exercises on listening prayer. God desires to transform your prayer times into intimate conversations, real meetings with a living friend. Through this book, you will become aware that encountering God is simpler and more interactive than you ever dreamed.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Simple teaching on hearing God July 21 2011
By denhem
Brad writes from his hills and valleys along the journey God is taking him, TO us with simplicity but in discovery of how we can definately hear Gods voice.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book July 16 2011
This book is very helpful tool for churches and individuals to learn how God speaks today! Every one should read this one
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where was this book 20 years ago? July 22 2013
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My son recently recommended this book to me. After 25 years in ministry, i'm experiencing an ever-deepening hunger to hear God and do His miraculous work, to believe for more and do more. I've only managed to sneak it away from my wife and read one chapter so far, and she has read me excerpts as we've traveled... but so far Brad's words have shaken me and boosted my hunger to hear God.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Something Special Nov. 23 2005
By A Customer
This is book so remarkable because in its pages you discover the author, Brad Jersak, hears God. The God of the universe speaks to Brad. Strange? Wonderful? Hilarious? Miraculous? All this and more. Reading the things God tells him is a delight. Being invited in - to listen and hear along with Brad is scary in the best possible way.
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1.0 out of 5 stars If you cannot support something from scripture... Aug. 19 2010
...it's NOT biblical.

This is a simple book written by a fella who gives his story in the first few pages of the book. In a nutshell, he wanted to be the most pious man around and studied the bible, learning biblical languages and reading theology, thinking that these things were the indication of spiritual maturity and piety. Sadly, those things didn't give him the dynamic spiritual experience and life that he expected. He then met a guy who had the dynamic spiritual experience he wanted, got jealous, and copied what he was doing (being a prophet and "talking to God"). Brad Jersak studied up on how to be a prophet, admittedly abandoned his "rationalistic" education (page 10) and embraced charismatic mysticism.

Brad claims that he can support his whole position from scripture. So what's his scriptural support?

Jersak's key text is John 10:1-18, and he reads John 10:2-15 as applying directly to Christians. He extrapolates several promises from the passage: Christ has a voice, he does speak and his sheep do hear his voice. Jersak defines God's voice as "prophecies, visions, and dreams" (page 21) and apparently takes the passage to mean that Christ speaks propositional revelation to his sheep who hear his voice prophetically. He comments on John 10:2-15 saying, "Note that Jesus did not say `My prophets hear my voice.'...According to Jesus, his voice is not reserved for the spiritually elite, the priest, or the guru"(page 18). Just to be clear, Jersak takes John 10:2-15 as "Jesus Christ's approach to hearing God" and given his definition of "God's voice", the passage becomes Christ's prescription for functioning prophetically (page 17).

Jersak then asks why he used to not hear God's voice.
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