Surprised by the Voice of God: How God Speaks Today Through Prophecies, Dreams, and Visions

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Zondervan, 1998 - Religion - 384 pages
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Surprised by the Voice of God takes you to the Bible to discover the variety of creative, deeply personal ways God still communicates with us today. You'll learn how God speaks with people apart from the Bible, though never in contradiction to it. Jack Deere first describes the ways God revealed his thoughts to first-century Christians. Then he tells why God continues to speak to us using the same methods. Finally Deere tells how accurately God speaks through prophecies, dreams, visions, and other forms of divine communication. With candor, sensitivity, and a profound understanding of Scripture, Deere identifies our hindrances to hearing the Holy Spirit and calls us beyond them to a more intimate relationship with God. Filled with fascinating stories and personal accounts, Surprised by the Voice of God is for all who want to walk in the dynamic scope of Christianity.

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User Review  - RICHARD HOLT - Christianbook.com

This is an interesting and helpful book on an important topic. I did not find it to be quite as profound as "Surprised by the Power of the Spirit," but it was nonetheless well written. Read full review

User Review  - Darin Bess - Christianbook.com

I throughly enjoyed this book, and would recommend it. I felt that Jack did a great job of backing up his case, and freeing us to accept the gifts of Holy Spirit as given us by God, for his glory. It ... Read full review

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Jack Deere, formerly an associate professor of Old Testament at Dallas Theological Seminary, is a writer and lecturer who speaks throughout the world on the gifts of the Holy Spirit. He is the author of the bestselling book, Surprised by the Power of the Spirit .

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