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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 9 X 6.00 X 0.50 (inches)|
God is speaking to youdo you hear Him?
Prolific writer and well-known pastor Don Nori Sr. surpasses yet again readers expectations with this small but mighty book about the voice of God.
A form was before my eyes; There was silence, then I heard a Voice . Job 6:15 &16
If there is to be a revolution of true Kingdom proportions in these last days, it will be because humble believers like you have chosen to become His Voice. This book will show you how.
This book will release you from the past to embrace the power of God found in:
- Union with God
- Discovering Gods Kingdom reign within
- Embracing Brokenness
- Experiencing Gods Presence
There is a Voice waiting to be heard in the land; a Voice that will change the world; a Voice that will re-define who we are and what we believe. With a hungry heart and a willing spirit, you are about to discover God's passion for those who hear the Voice, those who dare speak the Voice and those who will say 'yes' to the Voice.
Rev David P RollingsShoreham-by-Sea UKAge: 55-65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5A very helpful bookApril 26, 2013Rev David P RollingsShoreham-by-Sea UKAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This is an important book that the body of Christ needs to take notice of, but I fear that it will not be popular in some circles. This is a very realistic book which reflects The authors long walk with the Lord. Don Nori shows us on page after page the need for brokeness and repentance, he avoids any triumphalistic assertions. His honesty makes the book very attractive because he shares his own weakness and is thereby an encouragement to other disciples of the Lord. So often when we read books about hearing God we find a nice neat formula but this is avoided because our author is more concerned about our relationship with the L:ord than with techniques. If you read this book with an open heart you will receive much good instruction that will enable you to hear God more clearly.
He raises a genuine issue about the nature of God's anointing upon our lives, so often we expect some miraculous download but Nori rightly reminds us that through the Holy Spirit God indwells us and therefore we need to be sensitive to the Lord who indwells us and flow in the gifting and grace that he has already imparted to us. In many ways this book is talking in a very practical way about practising the presence of God, this enriches the book and has the potential to be a godly influence in our own lives.
some people will say that the book is too subjective, my reply to this is to remind the reader that there is an essential subjective dimension to the Christian faith the problem occurs when some turn their Christianity into a form of subjectivism, but, Nori avoids this by anchoring all of his teaching in the Word of God. In this regard some will say that Nori does not spell out how to relate Word and Spirit but we must see that the whole book shows us how to do that. The author calls for discernment and he demonstrates by the way that he writes that he is discerning. We need this sort of book to complement those that give more formal teaching.
However I do think that he is overly harsh on theologians, I know that many theologians fit into his description but on the other hand you have writers like Rodman Williams,Larry Hart, and Frank Macchia who have served the Church by giving of their wisdom in a way that promotes renewal in the church. But these comments should not distract from the contents of the book, this is a book that needs to be read by all who want a closer walk with their God.
richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Embracing â€œBrokennessâ€ a Prerequisite to "Union"January 10, 2013richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5"The Voice" is a call to quiet our souls, to give ourselves to the inner preparation of the Holy Spirit to bring God's victorious reality into our walk with Him. Don Nori, SR introduces the life changing role of "Brokenness" as a prerequisite to experiencing "Union" with God.
Don writes in a conversational style, conveying profound thought provoking concepts and a depth of understanding resulting from his personal perseverance in pursuing the presence of God that accompanies "Brokenness."
I was motivated by Don candid personal illustrations and the lessons in "Brokenness" and "Union" Jacob experienced as he wrestled with God, Moses' spiritual journey through his wilderness wanderings, and David's victory over his many battleground experiences.
The selected scriptures and poignant quotes from the classic devotional writings of Thomas a Kempis, Brother Lawrence, Oswald Chambers, A. W. Tozer, D. L. Moody and many others provide added insight and inspiration to the powerful impact of the book.
Don Nori SR. is a true spiritual frontiersman leading in an exploration of uncharted discoveries in the realm of prophetic living. "The Voice" details "how we can participate and how we should respond" as we listen for and hear the voice of the Lord.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.