From a close associate of Richard Foster, here is a profound understanding of how to hear God in today's busy world. The Christian claim that it is possible to have a personal relationship with the creator of the universe is increasingly under threat in the modern world. With the sound of society and the speed of living increasing year by year, is it really possible to hear from God and be in communication with him? Dallas Willard says an emphatic "yes". In this ground breaking book, he reveals how "hearing God" is actually possible. He explains how to listen for God's voice in unexpected places, how to experience the "still small voice", and how to become a mature person of discernment. Richard Foster says this is "the best book on divine guidance I have read" Bill Hybels says "few books have challenged me like this one" This book will profoundly affect every reader.
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Dallas Willard is professor of philosophy at the University of Southern California. He is the author of The Divine Conspiracy and The Spirit of the Disciplines.From AudioFile:
In the introduction and early chapters of HEARING GOD, Grover Gardner's narration doesn't change much. In a straightforward and almost distant fashion, he simply lays out the terms that author Dallas Willard will be using to guide listeners in how to hear God. Listening only to this first section might mislead some, as Gardner really enters into his narration from the book's middle section on. When Willard tackles challenges, such as distinguishing between one's own thoughts, spiritual temptations, and divine inspirations, Gardner uses his polished tones to help distinguish among the choices, strengthening the prose with his emphasis and cadence. G.T.B. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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