The Voice of God by Shirley Hall

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This book is a personal testimony of a Christian woman that began to hear the Lord speak by His Holy Spirit. While she was driving in her car one night she was surprised by the Holy Spirit and was surprised by the clarity in which she could hear His voice. The book tells about her thrilling adventures as He taught her to hear Him with great clarity. He set her on a path of journaling His words and showed her what He desired in a relationship. He began taking her on many adventures and teaching her by way of the Holy Spirit through many visions. The Lord taught her about His ways and His kingdom. He taught her of the love He had for people. What's more, He taught her to pray by the revelation of the Holy Spirit. The book is, in part, a study on what the Bible says about God speaking. It also describes a God that still wants to communicate just as he did in many scriptural accounts. It encourages the body of Christ to hear what the Spirit is saying to the church.
 

About Shirley Hall

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Shirley Hall has been an educator in the public school system for over twenty years. She is married and has three grown children. She has a heart for woman and has ministered many years to women in solitary confinement in a correctional institute. She is an intercessor and has received much of her revelation from the Lord through journaling and from dreams and visions. Under the direction of the Holy Spirit she authored "Jesus" the Same Yesterday, Today & for Ever, and has written several children's books.
 
Published July 13, 2010 by Authorhouse. 104 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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