Mark Virkler



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4 Keys to Hearing God's Voice

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How to Hear God's Voice: An...

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Dialogue With God: Opening ...

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Hearing God Through Your Dr...

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Prayers That Heal the Heart

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Hearing God: For Intimacy, ...

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Hearing God through Biblica...

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Naturally Supernatural

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Communion with God

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Am I Being Deceived

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“The very best antidote for the New Age teachings is for Christians to enter into and live fully in the supernatural. This is certainly no time to draw back from supernatural living and retreat into a mere defense of orthodoxy. Because we have adopted this stance for the last half-century, we have opened the door for the New Age to fill the vacuum. There is a longing in the human heart for communication and a relationship with the Divine. Since the dawn of history, when God’s people do not preach, proclaim, and model the genuine article, men and women will wander into whatever appears to offer the fulfillment of their spiritual quest. We need to cast aside our hesitation and proceed strongly forward, the Word and the Spirit as our unfailing guide.”
Mark Virkler, How to hear God's Voice

“The essence of my belief is that there is a difference, a vast difference between fact and truth. Truth in the Scriptures is more than a fact. A fact may be detached, impersonal, cold and totally disassociated from life. Truth, on the other hand is warm, living and spiritual. A theological fact may be held in the mind for a lifetime without its having any positive effect upon the moral character; but truth is creative, saving, transforming and it always changes the one who received it into a humbler and holier man. “Theological facts are like the altar of Elijah on Mount Carmel before the fire came; correct, properly laid out but altogether cold. When the heart makes the ultimate surrender, the fire falls and true facts are transmuted into spiritual truth that transforms, enlightens and sanctifies. The church or the individual that is Bible taught without being Spirit taught has simply failed to see that truth lies deeper than the theological statement of it. We only possess what we experience!”
Mark Virkler, Meditation: How to Study the Bible in the Presence of God

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Mark Virkler, Hearing God Through Your Dreams: Understanding the Language God Speaks at Night

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