Author Archives: Linda

About Linda

Wifing, Singing, Studying, Counseling. I counsel at Gateway Biblical Counseling and Training Center. M.A. in Biblical Counseling. Certified by Association of Certified Biblical Counselors

Living by the Word seems like cold, dry logic.

This post is part of a series on listening to God “in the heart” through impressions, nudges, or other subjective experiences believed to be the voice of God. My position, very simply put, is that in our day God speaks … Continue reading

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Top Ten Posts for 2017

Please accept my thanks for reading this blog in 2017. I hope that the posts have been encouraging and edifying to you. I added two links to the blogroll that I thought might provide more resources for you: bc4women (https://bc4women.org/blog-2/) … Continue reading

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But experiences persuade when Scripture doesn’t.

Mormon missionaries once instructed me to pray until I felt a “burning in the bosom” and then I would know God wanted me to be a Mormon. What were they doing? They were tempting me to listen to my feelings … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving for Deliverance

Oh give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, For His lovingkindness is everlasting. Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, Whom He has redeemed from the hand of the adversary. (Ps 107:1-2) Those who have been delivered … Continue reading

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God spoke, just less authoritatively.

I used to believe that I could sense God talking to me. I could hear privately from God in my heart. While I no longer subscribe to that belief, I can still enjoy fellowship with friends who do because we … Continue reading

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But the impression was to do something good.

This summer, raccoons were unusually destructive in our neighborhood, stripping several peach trees. Suddenly one morning, all we saw of our ripening peach crop was hundreds of pits lying on the ground under the tree. Raccoons also ate all of … Continue reading

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