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Putting the jigsaw together to understand how God speaks to us, by His Word, Spirit and Son
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With Accuracy and clarity, Richard Alldrit and Ash Carter explore the Christian message, helping you understand that this is no theoretical exercise about other people – it’s about the truth that God has spoken to you by his Spirit, through his written word, through his Son.
This book is meant to help you work out what he’s saying to you today and lead you toward an informed, sincere and passionate response to this divine initiative. Explaining how we discern God’s voice and what it means to hear his voice, you begin to realise that God in our world is not silent.
The authors give you what you need to pick that call, recognise the voice that speaks and make the response that’s unique to you in your situation. Once you understand how God speaks, then you can truly know hi, and everything else falls into place.
Opening their book, the authors quote from 2 Timothy:1-2
“You then, my chills, be strengthened by the grace the is in Christ Jesus, and that you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.”
God Speaks by Ash Carter; Rich Alldritt was published by IVP in April 2013 and is our 36963rd best seller. The ISBN for God Speaks is 9781844748419.
The authors do not claim that you will find any groundbreaking revelations in this book, rather it is the book they wanted and could not find, that explains clearly and logically how God speaks to us and how we can hear Him. A perfect basis for future study - with a suggested list of further reading at the end - it uses a simple diagram that is built up as the book progresses, showing how God, the infinite and perfect Creator, relates to us, finite and fallen creatures, through Jesus, the Bible and the Holy Spirit, and how all of these elements are interconnected and interdependent. There is no fence-sitting in this book! It is firmly based on God's Word and nothing else, and the language is straightforward without being patronising or over-simplistic. I thoroughly recommend God Speaks for new and growing Christians, as well as those who feel that they may have become detached from the foundations of their faith.
God And Us
1 Fumbling Around In The Dark
2 No Such Thing As Neutral
3 Bridging The Gap
4 You Cant Have One Without The Other
5 God Is History
6 Cross-Examining The Witnesses
7 It’s Person;
8 All You Need Is…
9 Floodlights And Shadows
10 The World’s Best Selling Author
11 Audience With The Author
12 Spiritual; Open-Heart Surgery
13 Not Just ‘What But ‘Why’
14 The Good Portion
Appendix: The Goldmine
'We all long to hear God
'We all long to hear God’s voice, but many of us are confused about exactly how to tune in. Here’s a crisp, clear and compelling guide to the joy of hearing the word of the Lord and meeting the Lord of the word.' - Jonathan Lamb, Director, Langham Preaching.
'God Speaks is a deceptively simple book. A quick read with a fast paced and humorous narrative, it holds the attention of the reader with ease. But don’t be fooled, under the simplicity lie some of the most essential and necessary truths required for any Christian seeking to mature their relationship with God. As God reveals Himself to us - this book makes the mystery of that revelation accessible. As God desires to speak with us - this book encourages that conversation to begin.' - Fiona MacDonald, Director of National Ministries, Scottish Bible Society.
'There can be few issues more important to the Christian than that of how God speaks. Hearing his voice is crucial to a healthy love for Jesus and a fruitful life in his service. This excellent book provides an outstanding introduction to the subject. It is clear, carefully presented and thoroughly readable. I recommend it wholeheartedly.' - William Taylor, Rector at St Helen’s, Bishopsgate.
|Author / Artist||Ash Carter; Rich Alldritt|
|Publisher||IVP (April 2013)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||8th February 2018|