God Speaks by His Spirit - To the Coming Storm [NOOK Book]

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“... I speak to My people that they may read in wisdom of the quartering of the earth, of the storm of pestilence which follows on the heels of mourning, of the storm of fire which precedes the storm of butchery – where freewill runs rampant until exhaustion seals a day. For the season which holds the days of thunder approaches as a whirlwind in the clouds. For the season of consternation to man is like he has never seen before, the like of which he will not see again. ... I, The Lord Jesus, say to man this day, ‘Foolish is he who fails the test
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God Speaks by His Spirit - To the Coming Storm

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“... I speak to My people that they may read in wisdom of the quartering of the earth, of the storm of pestilence which follows on the heels of mourning, of the storm of fire which precedes the storm of butchery – where freewill runs rampant until exhaustion seals a day. For the season which holds the days of thunder approaches as a whirlwind in the clouds. For the season of consternation to man is like he has never seen before, the like of which he will not see again. ... I, The Lord Jesus, say to man this day, ‘Foolish is he who fails the test of urgency, who continues in denial, who lingers on the fence, who sits there still – even as it falls.’ I, The Lord Jesus, say to man this day, ‘My hand in recognition is offered, is extended, is firm within its grasp: to uplift those bogged and stranded; to greet those who do call out; to usher in all who knock – thereby to cause the door to open in a welcome borne for man.’”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780994110022
  • Publisher: The Advent Charitable Trust
  • Publication date: 2/12/2015
  • Sold by: LULU PRESS
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2013

    This is, as we say in the United Kindom, a 'marmite' book; meani

    This is, as we say in the United Kindom, a 'marmite' book; meaning that you will love it or hate it. But I think those that hate it might just not understand it and miss out on its message.

    I found the prose to be beautiful, and the messages in this book full of wisdom. If you are not a religious person, but a spiritual one, then you might appreciate this book in the same way that I did.

    This is for quite a specific audience. I would recommend this book for a reader who enjoys poetry/prose and who also is religious or spiritual. I am not religious but am spiritual, so could appreciate this book with some open-minded ness. My main point of critique is that I feel if the name God had been used less, then the tone of the book may have felt more welcoming and inclusive. Reading this book did remind me a little of a sermon in church.  But with that being said I really did find statements in these prose that spoke to me a great deal. It is clear that a lot of love and attention went into this writing, that doesn't go unnoticed. My favourite chapters were 'The Aggravation of The Soul' and 'The Absence of God'. The messages in these chapters particularly could be applied to everyday life, regardless of belief in a God or not. Not being religious, I wasn't expecting to enjoy this book as much as I did.

    Very pleasantly surprising and very thought provoking.

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