God speaks to us through His words recorded and available to us in the scriptures. He spoke to the authors of scripture many years ago. Wouldn't it be wonderful if He spoke to us today like He did in the past? The truth is He does. He desires a relationship with each one of us today! It is possible to Hear God's voice! Dale Cresap is one of many individuals who have been communing with God for years. Dale has written down these bits of Wisdom for Today which are available on the Communion With God Ministries website as well as the Koinonia Network website blogs. Now you can have this wisdom available on your Android device. Each entry is short, succinct and to the point. It will challenge you to examine your life and become more like Jesus.There are over 3,500 entries and more will be added periodically. Dale Cresap maintains rights to all entries. (Copyright Dale Cresap)You can be reminded with notifications to read one or more random entries each day, or do a search to find wisdom on a topic of need or interest. Mark your favorites as you go along so you can find them back again for later reference.Dale is a Certified Communion With God Facilitator posting daily devotional blogs of two-way journaling.Dale's Blog Bio: Dale Cresap has been actively involved in the Christian Community in Idaho Falls for 34 years. He sends out a daily inspirational note and wants to assist others in learning to hear God's voice better for themselves. Dale learned to hear God's voice gradually in a wandering journey that took 30 years. About 10 years ago he attended a seminar by Mark Virkler whose life work has been to develop and teach an approach to this important topic that anyone can follow. Mark and Dale have since become friends and Dale's daily messages appear on Mark's ministry website, Communion With God. Mark has encouraged Dale to teach his material and he is eager to find groups of any size who want to learn this valuable skill.We hope you will draw closer to your Creator and become more like him.Enjoy and be encouraged!Note: No internet connection required to read entries.