Jesus Speaks Hardback
Learning to Recognize and Respond to the Lord's Voice
by Leonard Sweet;
A Bird's Eye View
Hearing God has always been a priority for Christians, and is what began the journey of discovering listening in this book.
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~ Jesus, John 10:27
Countless Christians today are hungry to hear God's voice. The trouble is, many don't know how. In a warm and practical way, Jesus Speaks teaches readers how to listen for the voice of Jesus. The bookexplores the various ways in which Christ speaks today and how His sheep can grow in their ability to recognize and respond to His voice daily.
By exploring how the disciples interacted with the risen Jesus--from the Gospels to Revelation--Sweet and Viola unpack the myriad of ways the Lord speaks to His people today. They demystify the process, providing practical handles on how you can recognize the voice of Jesus in your own life.
In 2009, Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola set out on a journey of discovery. They had one goal: to help restore the supremacy and sovereignty of Jesus Christ above all else. Soon after, they released their national bestseller, Jesus Manifesto. Two years later, they released Jesus: A Theography, beautifully establishing that all Scripture unveils a person--the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Speaks is the long-awaited third volume in their JESUS trilogy. Read it and be equipped to hear the voice of your Lord.
"He who has ears to hear, let him hear."
Jesus Speaks by Leonard Sweet was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2016 and is our 39906th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Speaks is 9780718032203.
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Details for Jesus Speaks
|Page last updated||14th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Leonard Sweet|
|Items in Pack||24|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2016)|
|Number of Pages||272|