The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity: You Practical Guide to Responding to Burdens You Feel from God's Heart

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 28, 2011 - Religion - 349 pages
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You are designed to touch God and supernatural

The high sensitivity required to sense and feel what other people experience is what makes life painful-it also makes it possible to sense, feel, and hear from God.

Christians are not immune to mood swings, emotional upheavals, feeling burned out and burned up. But you are mysteriously and uniquely designed with a high degree of spiritual sensitivity. Because of this, you are one who can join Jesus in the work He began and continues to do in the earth today.

Author Carol Brown explains The Mystery of Spiritual Sensitivity-what this sensitivity looks like and what it feels like, how this sensitivity affects you, and the common, human reflex reactions to this sensitivity. You will be excited and relieved to discover that God gave you this spiritual awareness to develop spiritual maturity-yours and others.

So release yourself to the Spirit of God, and learn how to respond to this most precious gift we have received from our heavenly Father!


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About the author (2011)

Educator, foreign student advisor, administrator, intercessor, Carol Brown has always been a burden bearer. Associated with Elijah House ministry for 6 years, she ministered with her pastor/counselor husband nationally and internationally. Since diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1995, she has concentrated on writing. The Brown's have two daughters and five grandchildren.

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