Christ Chapel Deliverance Ministries

"Serving God with purpose, for his Glory"

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The Shepherd's Voice Broadcast is a Gospel Audio-Radio Public Podcast/ Broadcast organization that produces inspirational and spiritually enriching programs Hosted by Apostle Robert A. Currie of The Christ Chapel Deliverance Ministries.

We’re Inviting you to listen to the stories, messages. This is An Inspirational and Encouragement Ministry Sharing the Word of God * Inspiring messages and music * Testimonies * Interviews. Scripture: And I will give you shepherds according to My heart, who will feed you with knowledge and understanding.... Jer.3:15 Watch us on YouTube!

Jesus said, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me”        

"My sheep hear My voice!" --JOHN 19-30. This is spiritual discernment. We may test our growth in grace by our expertness in detecting the voice of our Lord. It is the skill of the saint to catch "the still small voice" amid all the selfish clamors of the day, and amid the far more subtle callings of the heart. It needs a good ear to catch the voice of the Lord in our sorrows. I think it requires a better ear to discern the voice amid our joys.

The Lord called, "Samuel, Samuel." Samuel didn't recognize the Lord's voice. Now, imagine the Lord calling your name. Would you recognize his voice? I'm sure I have missed it many times in my life. Samuel needed Eli to help him understand what was happening and once he understood, he immediately said yes. In order to hear and understand the Lord's call to us, Some things are necessary. First, we need some quiet in our lives.

The world is full of noise. Some of this noise is unavoidable – traffic, construction, machinery, etc. – but much of it we inflict upon ourselves.

How much time do we spend listening to the radio, the television, video games, idle chatter? In order to hear the Lord, we need to turn away from the noise and turn toward the Word of God. Samuel also needed the help of Eli, a man who had been listening to God's voice for many years and had served the Lord as a priest.

Although he was old and had not always been faithful, he could help Samuel know how to respond to the Lord's call. 

God has put people in our lives to help us in our search for God's voice and sometimes we are called to be help for others. Have you ever heard someone say to you,

"That was just what I needed to hear?" Or perhaps it was you who needed someone to say just the right thing to you. Once you do recognize what the Lord is calling you to do, you have two choices, either to respond as Samuel did or think about the difficulties you might encounter, or how you might offend a friend, or think of all the things you need to do first. We choose what to do. We can listen for God's voice or turn away; we can do as the Lord requests, or refuse. God has given us free will, the question is what will we do with it.