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Let God Talk to You: When You Hear Him, You Will Never Be the Same
     

Let God Talk to You: When You Hear Him, You Will Never Be the Same

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by Becky Tirabassi
 

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Becky Tirabassi, bestselling author of Let Prayer Change Your Life, shares that it really is possible to hear from God. Most Christians long for a closer connection with God--to talk to Him and hear His voice. They believe He wants to guide their lives, but get discouraged when He seems far away and silent. Becky Tirabassi encourages readers that God wants to talk

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Becky Tirabassi, bestselling author of Let Prayer Change Your Life, shares that it really is possible to hear from God. Most Christians long for a closer connection with God--to talk to Him and hear His voice. They believe He wants to guide their lives, but get discouraged when He seems far away and silent. Becky Tirabassi encourages readers that God wants to talk to them, and shows them how to recognize His voice. She invites readers to connect with God in a two-way conversation that will satisfy the longing of their souls to know Him and be loved by Him.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441204851
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
09/01/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
204
Sales rank:
674,021
File size:
802 KB

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Meet the Author

Becky Tirabassi has spent one hour a day with God--talking and listening to Hime-for twenty-five years, creating both a personal passion and public platform for prayer. She has shared her dramatic conversion to Christ in numerous books from the largest Christian platforms in America--such as Billy Graham Crusades, Focus on the Family, and Women of Faith. Becky also has a passion for youth and student ministry. In 2006 she visited twenty-three college campuses to pray with students, calling the tour "40 Days of Prayer for Revival in America on College Campuses." Her bestselling books include Let Prayer Change Your Life, My Partner Prayer Notebook, and the Change Your Life Daily Bible. Becky and her husband, Roger,live in Corona Del Mar, California.
Becky Tirabassi shares her dramatic life story every chance she gets, including in her books and venues such as the Greater Cleveland Billy Graham Crusade, Focus on the Family, Enjoying Everyday Life with Joyce Meyer, and Women of Faith. Becky's message resonates with people of all ages. She is president of Becky Tirabassi Change Your Life, Inc., and founder of a nonprofit student organization called Burning Hearts, Inc., issuing a countercultural call to be sold out to prayer, set apart in purity, and sent out with a purpose. Her bestselling books include Let Prayer Change Your Life, My Partner Prayer Notebook, and the Change Your Life Daily Bible. Becky and her husband, Roger, live in Corona Del Mar, California.

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Let God Talk to You 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Carlybird More than 1 year ago
I have done it a million times. I have prayed and asked God for something only to walk away and go about my day without taking time to let Him talk to me. It's important to understand that this is not a one way relationship. God wants us to talk to Him and He wants to talk to us. There have even been times when I have not wanted to have a relationship with God, usually when things are a mess and I'm mad at Him. Let God Talk To You has been a helpful book teaching me how to hear God and how to desire that relationship every day. It's like the author says "God has so much to tell you." Let God Talk To You is a very practical book and the author has done a wonderful job helping the reader learn to listen. This book is written in a friendly manner. The author writes like she is talking to a dear friend, sharing personal stories and wisdom. This book is also very timely. With our culture now being so dependent on instant gratification, it's no wonder there are so many dissatisfied people, including Christians. I think the author has written a wonderful book; a book that we all could learn a lot from.
mandasparkle More than 1 year ago
Becky's idea in this book of spending an hour with God everyday is a great suggestion and something that I am striving towards. The overall message is one that is very important and needed in many people's lives. Also, the fact that other people have heard God talk to them through His scripture, His Word, is something that has happened to me as well. I completely connected with this book because I've had experiences before where I was thinking about something or had something to ask and immediately found it in my bible when I opened it up. God does talk to us everyday, it's whether we listen to him or not as to if we really hear him. Making time each day is difficult, but I would like to be able to start doing it on a regular basis. This book was inspiring and uplifting. I would recommend this book be given as a present to anyone who believes in God. I am a Bethany House Publishers book reviewer. For more information on Bethany House and becoming a reviewer go to www.bethanyhouse.com.
A_Cluttered_Mind More than 1 year ago
Becky Tirabassi's book, Let God Talk To You, has some points to offer. Chapter 3: How God Talks To You is fairly solid. The author directs us to Scripture, both the Old and New Testaments. She speaks of the Holy spirit speaking through God's Word so that we would be guided into truth - the truth of who Jesus is, what He taught us and what He's done for us. The life of ways the Spirit speaks - at least to Ms. Tirabassi - is somewhat helpful. However, the latter half of this chapter begins to sway and wobble with listening to messengers (primarily focusing on angelic visitations and prophetic utterances) and heeding dreams, visions, acts of nature and unusual circumstances. Scripture is fairly descriptive about such occurrences but nowhere prescribes them as normative. And this is how i thought of most of the rest of this volume: great anecdotes, wonderful shared experiences, some decently proposed applications - but all in all, disturbing from the standpoint of making so much of the experiential to be normative. I wonder where the author draws the line at the closed canon of Scripture (God's speaking to us through special revelation) and new revelations from the experiences of people to whom God has "spoken." I can take exception to the misuse of Scripture by dealing directly with the Scriptures (I don't think Ms. Tirabassi does this, at least not intentionally). However, all I can do with others' experiences is "test the spirits" (1 John 4.1). Sadly, I see and hear so much experiential-based faith stories and so few biblically-based ones, I'm simply far too skeptical of this type of approach. If the first half of chapter 3 could have been put in booklet form, I could heartily recommend it. But as it stands, as a whole, I cannot. Perhaps a book devoted to Psalm 119 and God talking through His Word would have worked better - and I would have listened.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago