Sunday, December 14, 2014

Hearing His Voice Devotional by Chris Tiegreen (Review)

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale Momentum (September 1, 2014)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414366852

This year, learn to listen for the voice of the One who loves you most. We know for sure that God speaks to His people. Throughout the pages of Scripture, time after time, He guides, instructs, corrects, inspires, encourages, and reveals. Inspired writers even call Him “the Word.” He has always been vocal, and He always will be.

But what does He say to you? How does He say it? How can you know when you’ve heard Him? In The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional, Chris Tiegreen will help you discover patterns and practices you can adopt to hear God better. Listening to God is a process, a journey, and an adventure. He promises that those who seek Him will be rewarded with His presence and His voice. And the words of the living God are powerful and life-changing.

My Review:

The premise for this devotional was interesting to me. I just did not connect with the book .Each devotional consisted of a bible verse, words from the author, and a prayer. The passages from the author were confusing and did not shed any light for me on how to listen for God. I passed this book along so hopefully someone else might be enlightened.   

 Chris Tiegreen is an award-winning writer and editor at Walk Thru the Bible in Atlanta, Georgia. He has also been a missionary, pastor, journalist, photographer, and university instructor. He has helped plant churches in several states and countries and still enjoys travel and mission work. Most of his books are either devotionals or inspirational commentaries on Christian themes, and he especially enjoys challenging readers to break out of their traditional assumptions and really get to know God. He and his family live in the Atlanta area.

Review copy provided by Tyndale Blogger in exchange for an honest review.

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