Who’s running your life?

What voices are you listening to?

Your spirit and soul are competing for your attention.

One voice calms you, the other makes you upset.

Who are you going to listen to?

Click on the video and win the battle for your mind.

To live a transformed life, you need to be able to listen to your spirit and quiet your soul

Now I want to hear from you

How do you listen to your spirit? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Click here and watch Kathy demonstrate how to win over your soul.

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9 comments on “Who’s running your life?

  1. Joyce Hum on

    This is a very useful teaching. I will refer to it often as sometimes it is forgotten as trails sometime overwhelm me. Thanks for your work

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  2. Ethel Brattberg on

    As I was listening to this I felt that it is quite often Satan’s voice that also comes thru our soul, Always telling us how ritght doing something against God’s word can be right at some times. One that always hits young virgin girls is a guy saying if you love me you will have sex with me. So many of them really need this message today and learn to listen the the voice of the Spirit .

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  3. Pat Brown on

    Thank-you, Grant, this is so helpful. The Lord freed me from bitterness three weeks ago but my soul wants to live in the past. Yesterday, the Lord revealed to me that one of my childhood coping techniques was to deny all hurt and say nothing. That won’t work now. Jesus wants me to turn to Him constantly and ask him about my thoughts. If my thought is rooted in bitterness, envy, jealousy, lack, comparison, negativity…Jesus says, “No”…so I stop and the bad feelings stop. I am learning to say aloud, “I am God’s happy child. Help me be happy in this present moment, Jesus”.

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  4. Dr. MaryAnn Diorio on

    Thank you so very much for this excellent teaching, Dr. Mullen. To hear the voice of God, I first quiet myself down by reading the Word or listening to worship music. As I read the Word, I often imagine myself sitting on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, listening to Jesus preach. I put myself in the picture and it comes alive. Then, as the crowds disperse, I wait for the moment when I can be alone with Jesus to talk with Him. He invites me to go for a walk, and we have a wonderful conversation about what is going on in my life. While I engage in this meditation, I write down what Jesus speaks to me in a journal I keep just for this purpose.

    I appreciate your ministry so very much and pray a double portion of God’s anointing upon it.

    Blessings,

    Dr. MaryAnn Diorio

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