Immediate Obedience: The Adventure of Tuning in to God

Immediate Obedience: The Adventure of Tuning in to God

by Rod Loy

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ISBN-13: 9781629121116
Publisher: Influence Resources
Publication date: 08/05/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 769 KB

About the Author

Rod Loy has been in full-time ministry for twenty-eight years. He is currently the senior pastor of a 102-year-old church in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Under Rod's leadership, the church has grown to over 3,800 weekly attendance at six campuses. He is the author of 3 Questions: A Powerful Grid to Help You Live by the Grace of God, published in 2011.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 15

Introduction: Who's Listening? 17

Chapter 1 Immediate Obedience… Are You Kidding? 29

Chapter 2 God Speaks 51

Chapter 3 When God Seems Silent 81

Chapter 4 The Proof of Our Love 105

Chapter 5 Connection Failure 129

Chapter 6 The Perils of Disobedience, 159

Chapter 7 Lessons Learned 185

Chapter 8 Getting (and Staying) Aligned with God 211

The 90-Day Challenge 235

Endnotes 275

Using Immediate Obedience in Groups and Classes 277

About the Author 281

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Kristi-Reads More than 1 year ago
I got this book for review from the publisher through NetGalley. I really liked the voice of the author. I enjoyed the anecdotes he shared about the results of obeying god immediately. Honestly, as a low income family, I balked at his first story about giving someone 100.00 and the person going to vegas with it. I don't have that kind of money to give away, though as a pedestrian I'll often go to people on the corners and offer to buy them lunch at a nearby restaurant. I really wanted to know more about the 'how' of obeying god immediately, and how I could adjust it to my income, but the author took a long time to get to that point of the book. I did like the questions at the end of each chapter. They help the reader to be 100% honest with themselves, and the 90-day challenge at the end helps you apply what you've written throughout the book. Overall, this book is recommended to people who want to do more with their spiritual lives and become closer to god, but may not know where to start or feel overwhelmed by how much more others are doing.