AJM Daily 09-09-20: "A Whole Lot of Shaking - Part 2"

September 9, 2020 • Allen Jackson

We have constant invitations from the Lord, but the real question is, “How are we listening for Him?”. Throughout scripture we have a very direct responsibility to lean on and yield to the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and we can achieve this by solely listening for His voice. Pastor Allen Jackson reminds us that even in the greater times of shaking our directives are to listen to what the Lord is saying. He has given us the tools to overcome, but that also requires us to stand firm within His word.

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