The Man Who Heard Voices

Author by : Michael Bamberger
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Publisher by : Penguin
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Description : A behind-the-scenes look at the groundbreaking filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan In his relatively young career, M. Night Shyamalan has achieved phenomenal commercial and critical success. His films The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, and The Village have grossed over $1.5 billion and reinvented the thriller genre. Because Shyamalan has worked outside of the Hollywood system, however, his filmmaking habits and personality have remained largely unknown. But reporter Michael Bamberger obtained unprecedented access to Shyamalan during the tumultuous production of his film Lady in the Water, and in The Man Who Heard Voices exposes the struggles and triumphs of this modern-day Hitchcock at work. From revising the screenplay to shooting on location and evaluating the crucial initial test screening, The Man Who Heard Voices tracks all stages in the life of Shyamalan’s film. Bamberger delves into Shyamalan’s relationship with the actors and the studio (he moved from Disney to Warner Bros. for this film) while also profiling various players on set. The result is a fascinating insider portrait of creative genius—and the real-life story behind a Hollywood thriller.


Hearing Voices

Author by : Beth Thran Bunch
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Publisher by : Balboa Press
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Description : Hearing and seeing peoples thoughts is frightening and exhausting. To Hannah Davis, its more a curse than a gift. She has carried this burden for as long as she can remember, and it keeps her from forming meaningful relationships or holding on to jobs. Finding herself, once again, at a crossroads, an invitation from a stranger prompts the young woman to quit her job and head to1980s Sedona. The weeklong retreat challenges Hannah to confront her feelings about her ability. The exercises presented to Joyful Explorers participants trigger new psychic encounters and stir up memories and flashbacks of haunting visions. Journey with Hannah as she experiences a sweat lodge, guided visualizations, and a vision quest. Learn self-awareness techniques that you can use to find joy and a sense of inner peace in your own life.


Hearing Voices

Author by : Sarah Finley
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Publisher by : University of Nebraska Press
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Description : Hearing Voices takes a fresh look at sound in the poetry and prose of colonial Latin American poet and nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648/51–95). A voracious autodidact, Sor Juana engaged with early modern music culture in a way that resonates deeply in her writing. Despite the privileging of harmony within Sor Juana’s work, however, links between the poet’s musical inheritance and subjects such as acoustics, cognition, writing, and visual art have remained unexplored. These lacunae have marginalized nonmusical aurality and contributed to the persistence of both ocularcentrism and a corresponding visual dominance in scholarship on Sor Juana—and indeed in early modern cultural production in general. As in many areas of her work, Sor Juana’s engagement with acoustical themes restructures gendered discourses and transposes them to a feminine key. Hearing Voices focuses on these aural conceits in highlighting the importance of sound and—in most cases—its relationship with gender in Sor Juana’s work and early modern culture. Sarah Finley explores attitudes toward women’s voices and music making; intersections of music, rhetoric, and painting; aurality in Baroque visual art; sound and ritual; and the connections between optics and acoustics. Finley demonstrates how Sor Juana’s striking aurality challenges ocularcentric interpretations and problematizes paradigms that pin vision to logos, writing, and other empirical models that traditionally favor men’s voices. Sound becomes a vehicle for women’s agency and responds to anxiety about the female voice, particularly in early modern convent culture.


Hearing Voices And Other Matters Of The Mind

Author by : Robert N. McCauley
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : A man with schizophrenia believes that God is instructing him through the public address system in a bus station. A nun falls into a decades-long depression because she believes that God refuses to answer her prayers. A neighborhood parishioner is bedeviled with anxiety because he believes that a certain religious ritual must be repeated, repeated, and repeated lest God punish him. To what extent are such manifestations of religious thinking analogous to mental disorder? Does mental dysfunction bring an individual closer to religious experience or thought? Hearing Voices and Other Unusual Experiences explores these questions using the tools of the cognitive science of religion and the philosophy of psychopathology. Robert McCauley and George Graham emphasize underlying cognitive continuities between familiar features of religiosity, of mental disorders, and of everyday thinking and action. They contend that much religious thought and behavior can be explained as the cultural activation of our natural cognitive systems, which address matters that are essential to human survival: hazard precautions, agency detection, language processing, and theory of mind. Those systems produce responses to cultural stimuli that may mimic features of cognition and conduct associated with mental disorders, but which are sometimes coded as "religious" depending on the context. The authors examine hallucinations of the voice of God and of other supernatural agents, spiritual depression often described as a "dark night of the soul," religious scrupulosity and compulsiveness, and challenges to theistic cognition that Autistic Spectrum Disorder poses. Their approach promises to shed light on both mental abnormalities and religiosity.


Hearing Voices Demonic And Divine

Author by : Christopher C. H. Cook
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The Open Access version of this book, available at www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781472453983, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivative 4.0 license. Experiences of hearing the voice of God (or angels, demons, or other spiritual beings) have generally been understood either as religious experiences or else as a feature of mental illness. Some critics of traditional religious faith have dismissed the visions and voices attributed to biblical characters and saints as evidence of mental disorder. However, it is now known that many ordinary people, with no other evidence of mental disorder, also hear voices and that these voices not infrequently include spiritual or religious content. Psychological and interdisciplinary research has shed a revealing light on these experiences in recent years, so that we now know much more about the phenomenon of "hearing voices" than ever before. The present work considers biblical, historical, and scientific accounts of spiritual and mystical experiences of voice hearing in the Christian tradition in order to explore how some voices may be understood theologically as revelatory. It is proposed that in the incarnation, Christian faith finds both an understanding of what it is to be fully human (a theological anthropology), and God’s perfect self-disclosure (revelation). Within such an understanding, revelatory voices represent a key point of interpersonal encounter between human beings and God.


Hearing Voices

Author by : Brendan Kelly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Irish Academic Press
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Description : Hearing Voices: The History of Psychiatry in Ireland is a monumental work by one of Ireland’s leading psychiatrists, encompassing every psychiatric development from the Middle Ages to the present day, and examining the far-reaching social and political effects of Ireland’s troubled relationship with mental illness. From the “Glen of Lunatics”, said to cure the mentally ill, to the overcrowded asylums of later centuries – with more beds for the mentally ill than any other country in the world – Ireland has a complex, unsettled history in the practice of psychiatry. Kelly’s definitive work examines Ireland’s unique relationship with conceptions of mental ill health throughout the centuries, delving into each medical breakthrough and every misuse of authority – both political and domestic – for those deemed to be mentally ill. Through fascinating archival records, Kelly writes a crisp and accessible history, evaluating everything from individual case histories to the seismic effects of the First World War, and exploring the attitudes that guided treatments, spanning Brehon Law to the emerging emphasis on human rights. Hearing Voices is a marvel that affords incredible insight into Ireland’s social and medical history while providing powerful observations on our current treatment of mental ill health in Ireland.


Hearing Voices Need Help

Author by : Lynx Taylor
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Description : This book is here to help people who hear unseen voices with techniques you can use to help deal with voices. This is a book to usually help with your own unique beneficial beliefs, not a book here to condemn you or what you think. This is more than merely a list of practical tips for people hearing voices, lists are included! The author's revenue will go to better ways, and shutting down unethical mental institutions or mental hospitals. I, Lynx Taylor, received scholarships, studied at three different universities, and I personally visited mental hospitals and I believe there are better ways for people to recover!


Hearing Voices

Author by : Simon McCarthy-Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A comprehensive exploration of the history, phenomenology, meanings and causes of hearing voices that others cannot hear (auditory verbal hallucinations).


Christians Hearing Voices

Author by : Christopher C. H. Cook
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Description : In this insightful book, accounts of voice hearers are presented, evaluated and interpreted by a Christian theologian and psychiatrist. By listening to the first-hand experiences of voice hearers and evaluating them in the light of Christian theology, the book enables the reader to understand the experiences of voice hearers as a part of Christian experience and to engage with the theological issues raised by them, including the nature of revelation. This engaging and thought-provoking collection looks at a range of stories - ranging from comforting to complex to simply conversational - to encourage debate and search for meaning and also show how the reader can adapt clinical and pastoral practice to better aid people in this situation.


Listening To Less Heard Voices

Author by : Peter Madsen Gubi
Languange : en
Publisher by : University of Chester
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Description : This book is written in order to enhance practice and understanding in Counselling and allied helping professions. The contributors are all qualified Counsellors and the work is grounded in research. They explore: the phenomenology of the tattooed client; the impact of Person-Centred Counselling training on friendship; the therapeutic importance of pets; non-physical abuse; mothers' experiences of the impact of a traumatic birth; the experience of Counsellors who work with complicated grief; and the role of mother-tongue in counselling Welsh speakers. These individual chapters provide valuable insights into working with client groups and needs which are rarely explored in the wider literature. As a result, professionals practising in these specific fields will find this book particularly relevant. Equally, for the general reader in the Counselling and allied helping fields, the specific areas covered will spark curiosity and provide food for thought to apply to their own work. This book is an exemplar of good practice in the publication of excellent Counselling students research, which draws on the Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis method of research, in which the participants voices are clearly heard.


Hearing Voices 2020

Author by : Susan James, Creative Curator, and Co-Editor
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pacifica Graduate Institute
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Description : "Hearing Voices" features the work of students and faculty in our Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychologies (CLIE) M.A./Ph.D. specialization, as we participate in transformative practices, artistic creations, and theoretical innovations going on in the communities and environments we share. We meet on campus three days a month for nine months of the year from various places in the U.S. and abroad. During the summer students are involved in fieldwork and research in sites of their own choosing based on interest, commitment, and vocation. Our program brings together community, liberation, and depth psychologies with environmental justice initiatives and indigenous epistemologies and practices in order to be part of the critical work of establishing a 21st century curriculum and practice with a growing emphasis on decoloniality. As prospective students consider applying to CLIE, their most common and pressing question is "What are graduates doing?" A good way to get an overview of this is to read the student and alumni news section in each issue of Hearing Voices. We are especially grateful to the incredible artists who contributed their creative inspiration to this edition.


Hearing Voices

Author by : Katherine M. Boydell
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
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Description : Qualitative methods are increasingly useful as psychiatry shifts from a focus on symptom reduction to enabling people to live satisfying and meaningful lives. It becomes important to achieve a deeper understanding of the ways in which mental illness interferes with everyday life and the ways in which people can learn to manage and minimize illness in order to pursue their lives as fully as possible. Although qualitative methods in psychiatry have seen a dramatic upsurge, relatively few published studies use such methods specifically to explore the lives, socio-culturally and experientially, of those with first-episode psychosis. This book highlights qualitative research in early psychosis. The first half of the book centres on the individual lived experience of psychosis—from the perspective of the individual, the family, and the practitioner. The second half moves from the micro level to the macro, focusing on broader system issues, including medical trainees’ encounters with first-episode psychosis in the emergency room and the implementation of first-episode clinics in the UK and Australia. This text is timely, as the proliferation of early-psychosis clinics worldwide demands that we inquire into the subjective experience of those impacted by psychosis and the social contexts within which it occurs and is lived out. Hearing Voices is the first in a series of titles from The Community Health Systems Resource Group at The Hospital for Sick Children. This series will educate researchers, policy-makers, students, practitioners, and interested stakeholders on such topics as early intervention in psychosis, aggressive-behaviour problems, eating-related disorders, and marginalized youth in educational contexts.


And Then I Heard His Voice

Author by : Eli Contreras
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xulon Press
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Description : "An extraordinary account of a life once filled with demonic influence transformed by the awesome power of a loving God. A testimony of hope for all who see their lives as hopeless and irreparable, Eli's story of a sovereign transformation refutes all arguments. "I recommend this book for those living in darkness and those needing encouragement to continue praying for others. "To God be all the glory," Pastor Dorine E. Younger Arms of Compassion Worship Center This story is about my journey through a tormented life of demonic attacks, sexual and physical abuse, drug addiction, Devil worship, homosexuality, and mental illness. My life was without hope and filled with darkness... until one day, I heard His voice. And like the time when I was a child and escaping danger though a storm drain, God enabled me to walk out of darkness and into the light. -Eli Contreras [email protected]


The Story Of Joan Of Arc

Author by : Andrew Lang
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : WHEN Joan was about thirteen a very wonderful thing happened to her. One day she and the other girls and boys were running a race for a crown of flowers. Joan was easily the winner, and as she was running, a child who was looking on cried, "Joan. I see you flying along without touching the ground." After the race Joan had a curious feeling as if she did not know where she was and then heard a young man's voice near her bidding her go home, for her mother needed her. She did not know who spoke; she thought it might be her brother, or one of her neighbours, so she ran home. She found that her mother had not sent for her, and she was going back to her friends, when a bright light like a shining cloud appeared to her, and a Voice told her to go and save France from the English. Till that hour she had been sorry for the sorrows in France, but as she was only a little girl, she had never thought that she could lead an army against the English.This is the first account that people heard of the coming of the mysterious Voices to Jeanne: it was written down about four years after the Voices first came, and six weeks after Jean's first great defeat of the English (in May 1429). Two years later, after Joan was a prisoner of the English, the French priests and lawyers who took the English side asked her thousands of questions about everything that she had done in her life, and the answers were written down in a hook, word for word. They asked her about these wonderful Voices. There were things that she refused to tell these priests and lawyers, but she did say this: -"When I was about thirteen there came to me a Voice from God, teaching me how I was to behave and what I was to do. And the first time that Voice came, I was afraid. I was standing about the middle of the day, in summer, in my father's garden. The Voice came from the right hand, from where the church stands, and when it came I usually saw a great light on the side from which it spoke. The Voice told me to be a good girl and go to church, and go to save France. I said that I was only a poor girl, who could not ride or lead the soldiers in the wars," but the Voice kept on for years, telling her that she must go.She not only heard Voices, but she saw shining figures of the Saints in heaven. She never would tell the lawyers much about how the Saints appeared to her, but said, "I saw them as clearly as I see you, and I used to cry when they went away. And I wished that they would take me with them where they went.


Hearing The Voice Of God

Author by : David Chadwick
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Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Description : How Do You Hear the Voice of God? The answer is quite simple, yet incredibly profound. The best way to hear God's voice is through reading, studying, and meditating on His Word. As you read the Bible, you allow the Holy Spirit to speak through those words and straight into your heart. The Gospel of John is an ideal place to start. It clearly establishes who Jesus is, His relationship with the Father, and the incredible depths of His love for you. The life-changing wisdom drawn from John will bring you into greater fellowship with God. Each entry in this unique book begins with an assigned reading from John, followed by a key passage for the day, and concludes with an encouraging and insightful devotion from author David Chadwick. As you ponder and apply what you learn, you'll begin to hear God speaking powerfully and personally through His Word and become more attuned to His voice in all of Scripture. Start now on an amazing journey through the Gospel of John and experience the transforming power of hearing God's voice.


Hearing God S Voice

Author by : Michael Zoran
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu Press, Inc
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Description : Hearing God’s voice is a very important matter. God wants each one of us to personally know His voice and recognize what He is saying so we can properly do His will. When we learn to hear God’s voice and recognize God’s voice, we will be able to do the will of God and overcome any problem we face in life. Hearing what God tells us and properly responding will allow us to receive the very best blessings God can offer. If someone asks why you did something, you need to think carefully before you answer. The correct answer is, “I am doing this because God has spoken to me. God has made His purpose real to me and I have faith to do what He has said to do.” This type of faith that is based on hearing God’s voice is what God wants to work inside each of us. Hearing God’s voice is the foundation for faith in each of our lives.


The Gentleman S Magazine

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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The Voice That Must Be Heard

Author by : Jeanette C. Morgan
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Publisher by : Tate Publishing
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Description : Do you feel as if you're wandering in desert places? Are there times in your spiritual walk when you feel frustrated, confused, and exhausted? If you have, then be still and listen For The Voice That Must Be Heard. Author Jeanette Morgan shares a God-sent collection of revelations from the Father of Creation that expresses his love and grace for his children, dispensing wisdom to experience all that humankind was created for-his glory. The revelations in this Holy Spirit-inspired book will help to bring clarity, encouragement, understanding, and knowledge in a grace-infused manner. The Voice that Must Be Heard will ignite the fire in you once again to continue your journey of faith, healing, and deliverance and to grow into deeper intimacy and greater freedom with Jesus.


Distant Voices Still Heard

Author by : Hazel Smith
Languange : en
Publisher by : Liverpool University Press
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Description : This book seeks to satisfy a pedagogical need. It is designed for the new graduate student in England and elsewhere, although it may profitably be used by the enterprising final year undergraduate. Its aim is to introduce the modern student to readings of French Renaissance literature, drawing on the perspectives of contemporary literary theories. The volume is organised by paired readings of five major sixteenth-century French writers, with interpretations covering, among others, structuralism, semiotics, feminism and psychoanalysis. Linking these interpretations is a constant interest in problems such as the role of the reader, the nature of the text and the question of gender. The Introduction contextualises the encounter between literary theory and Renaissance texts by using the contributions as pivotal points in the development of critical thinking about this period in early modern literature. All foreign language quotations are translated into English, and the book is intended to be of practical interest to a wide range of readers, from modern linguists to those studying critical theory, comparative literature or cultural history.


Hearing The Voice Of God

Author by : Samaria M. Colbert
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Boston Inside Out

Author by : Henry Morgan
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Call Me Crazy But I M Hearing God S Voice

Author by : Kim Clement
Languange : en
Publisher by : Destiny Image Publishers
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Description : Kim Clement has had many critics over the years, but the movers and shakers in the world are sitting up and taking notice of this out of the box prophet. In his new book, Kim shares some of the amazing stories of accurate prophecies that God has been giving him. The personal words shared with individuals in his meetings are incredible enough, but the words he has been given on a national and even worldwide scale lift him into a realm not shared by many. His passion expressed here is to make it clear that anyone can hear and be the voice of God in the earth.


A Voice Still Heard

Author by : Irving Howe
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Publisher by : Yale University Press
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Description : An indispensable collection of one of America's most outspoken and original critics of the second half of the twentieth century Man of letters, political critic, public intellectual, Irving Howe was one of America's most exemplary and embattled writers. Since his death in 1993 at age 72, Howe's work and his personal example of commitment to high principle, both literary and political, have had a vigorous afterlife. This posthumous and capacious collection includes twenty-six essays that originally appeared in such publications as the New York Review of Books, the New Republic, and the Nation. Taken together, they reveal the depth and breadth of Howe's enthusiasms and range over politics, literature, Judaism, and the tumults of American society. A Voice Still Heard is essential to the understanding of the passionate and skeptical spirit of this lucid writer. The book forms a bridge between the two parallel enterprises of culture and politics. It shows how politics justifies itself by culture, and how the latter prompts the former. Howe's voice is ever sharp, relentless, often scathingly funny, revealing Howe as that rarest of critics--a real reader and writer, one whose clarity of style is a result of his disciplined and candid mind.


A Voice Heard In Ramah

Author by : Alberta Richardson
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Publisher by : Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
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Description : In a Palestinian town called Ramah, during the reign of King Herod, Amahl decided to leave home in search of power. Unlike the prodigal son, he finds himself in unfamiliar territory when it comes to worshipping Greek gods to quench his thirst for riches and power. His excessive thirst for power manifested itself into greed, selfishness, and tragedy! Amahl's parents were massacred. He and his siblings were being raised by their grandfather, Father Asa. Father Asa was a worshipper of the true God Jehovah, and he believed God would send the Messiah soon. Father Asa was getting older in age, and he wanted Amahl to settle down and take on this heritage. However, Amahl, being the oldest, had his own agenda and was instead becoming restless, angry, and disrespectful""hungry for power! Amahl became intrigued by Odessa, who introduced him to Greek gods that promise, not only gold, but wealth, success, and opportunities. Even though Amahl's heart belonged to another woman, he married Odessa in search for the gods of wealth. His long love for power became a reality when he became an innkeeper, and he fathered a son with Odessa. As greed began to overtake Amahl, he praised the gods because they had given him his heart's desire. While waiting for more wealth and full favor from the gods, tragedy struck!


I Heard The Voice Of God

Author by : S. S. Peter Th.D. Ph.D.
Languange : en
Publisher by : WestBow Press
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Description : This book is written to encourage born again believers in Jesus Christ to trust God for their healing and deliverance, and to challenge them to be involved in evangelism and healing ministries.


The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional

Author by : Chris Tiegreen
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Publisher by : Tyndale House
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Description : This year, learn to listen for the voice of the One who loves you most. We know for sure that God speaks to His people. Throughout the pages of Scripture, He guides, instructs, corrects, inspires, encourages, and reveals. Inspired writers even call Him “the Word.” He has always been vocal, and He always will be. But what does He say to you? How does He say it? How can you know when you’ve heard Him? Now in a deluxe LeatherLike edition, The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional, written by acclaimed author Chris Tiegreen, will help you discover patterns and practices you can adopt to hear God better. Listening to God is a process, a journey, and an adventure. He promises that those who seek Him will be rewarded with His presence and His voice. And the words of the living God are powerful and life-changing.


Voices That Wish To Be Heard

Author by : Jack Randall
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jack Randall
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Description : In the eighteen stories found in this collection, readers will have the opportunity to explore a host of issues. Their journey will fall under the guidance of a writer who has clearly given much energy to thoughts on powerful issues such as overpopulation, depletion of natural resources, the role of religion in society, and the nature of God. But Jack Randall walks this path without missing the flowers along the way. Wading into the mire of profundity has not eliminated his power to touch the reader with heartfelt stories of loss, redemption, and triumph. In the end, the reader will take away from these stories an insight into larger issues facing our world today, insight brought from a slightly tilted point of viewtilted not to obscurity, but rather to such that a new view becomes available, and one which the reader will not fail to enjoy.


Nivac Bundle 6 Gospels Acts

Author by : Michael J. Wilkins
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Publisher by : Zondervan Academic
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Description : This NIVAC Bundle includes the fivebooks of the NIV Application Commentary series that cover the Gospels as well as the book of Acts.


Still Voices Still Heard

Author by : James S.S. Armour
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Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : This sesquicentennial project of Presbyterian College tells the stories of thirteen individuals, chosen from among its graduates, faculty and benefactors, whose still voices represent in unique ways the history and influence of the college over the past 150 years. Each chapter presents a biography, a sermon, address, letter or report, followed by a commentary showing how this still voice spoke to the issues of the time and why it still should be heard. The themes remind us of the college's continuing mission to provide the Church with strong and visionary leaders. The book concludes with useful lists of Presbyterian College's students, scholars, supporters and societies down through the years.