Speak to Me, Lord, I’m Listening


Throughout the Bible, God spoke to people but does He still speak to us today? Through personal stories in “Speak to Me, Lord, I’m Listening,” you will gain fresh insight into how God communicates with us.

Come along and hear how God spoke to me the day a fire threatened our home and, again, when we endured a mudslide. Enjoy His sense of humor as He spoke in the midst of a disastrous camping trip. Be encouraged by how He provided specific Scripture in the face of important decisions and wisdom regarding a sticky relationship. Oh, and I don’t want you to miss the amazing words of hope and counsel He gave us regarding our son’s college education.

Share in the unique words of comfort and support God gave me during my mother’s trial with Alzheimer’s. Again, when my husband had a stroke, it was God’s personal direction that led to a miraculous event.

Through stories, interspersed with biblical insights, you will find that our journey through life with Jesus is more than us talking to Him. It is also God speaking words of encouragement, comfort, and direction through Scripture, prayer, circumstances, dreams, visions and His creation. Join me as we embark on an adventure of discovering and recognizing God’s voice. Let’s listen and delight in hearing Him speak.

A special aspect I have added to this book, for those of you who enjoy extra study, is a Study Guide at the end of each chapter. With that, you can use the book as a Bible study as well. Questions will challenge you to move forward in your own relationship with the Lord as you listen for His voice.

My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me”(John 10:27).

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