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God Wants to Speak
Nathan Scott

Axiom Press
June 2009
On Sale: June 5, 2009
192 pages
ISBN: 1581693265
EAN: 9781581693263
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Non-Fiction Religion

Dreams, Visions, and Prophecy Are a Window Into the Heart of God Is God trying to get your attention?

God wants to let us know that He has always been, and still is, in control. He continues to use prophets to relay His messages to people, whether for correction, blessings, or warnings. Beyond the prophets, God also desires intimacy with each of us by speaking to us directly, or through dreams and visions.

In God Wants to Speak, you will be reminded how God used prophets and prophetesses in biblical days. You will also read stories of how God uses them today.

We need to see that in most prophecies the messages are to attain, maintain, or restore a relationship with God. When we ignore His principles and go our own way, He sends us warnings through His prophets to keep us from sure destruction and bring us back into a healthy relationship with Him.

Prophecies from God impact our lives in more ways and areas than we can possibly imagine, such as politics, health, the elements of nature, the present, and the future.

In this book the author encourages us to take a closer look at these messages to see just how much love God has for His people. All He wants from us is to love Him, and each other, in return!


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