Description : "Readers who love myth and magic will devour it!" —Alex Flinn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beastly "Fantasy just the way I like it." —Cinda Williams Chima, New York Times bestselling author of The Seven Realms series Fantasy, magic, royalty and danger swirl together in Voice of Gods, the ebook prequel to Legacy of Kings by New York Times bestselling author Eleanor Herman! As the end of an age approaches, gods whisper horrors, families scheme for power and one woman may hold the secret to a lost legacy. At nineteen, Ada of Caria yearns to take the Snake Blood throne from her mad older siblings. She seeks the help of a young orphaned girl named Helen, the first True Oracle to have walked the earth in more than three hundred years. Helen may be able to channel the voice of the gods, but she hates her gift and will do anything to get rid of it—even lie to her best friend, Myrtale, the priestess-princess of Epirus who is destined to marry King Philip II of Macedon even though she loves another. And in the shadows lurks a handsome green-eyed stranger who has more at stake—and more to lose—than anyone could possibly imagine. Amid jealousy and heartbreak, torrid affairs and secret rendezvous, it is spoken by the gods that either Helen or Myrtale—newly named Olympias—will carry the destiny of the known world within her womb. The prequel to Legacy of Kings, Voice of Gods traces the intricate web of love and betrayal that led up to the birth of history's most powerful leader, Alexander the Great.
Description : Author David Kolzion, a refugee from Galang, Indonesia, immigrated to Australia over ten years ago. The Voice of God's Rock tells of his efforts to learn and accept new ideas as he embarked on a spiritual journey that spans three countries and thirty years. In this, the fifth and final edition of his story, Kolzion asks such speculative questions as, "Is God able to raise up His children out of rocks for Abraham?" For ten years, Kolzion studied the ancient Hebrew Scripture-the Book of the People-and he details his long and arduous process to reach understanding. By telling the fascinating tale of his immigration from a refugee camp in Indonesia to a boat that carried him to Australia, Kolzion shares the spiritual experiences that led up to his eventual departure from traditional Christianity. By openly sharing his journey, which explores the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, he encourages the reader to actively question their own religious beliefs. The Voice of God's Rock will certainly spark lively spiritual discussions throughout the world, as readers learn that through their own studies, they may also teach others to seek new spiritual ideas.
Description : The three stages of God’s work, His names, the mystery of His incarnation, how to distinguish between the true way and a false way, and other visionary aspects of the truth of God’s words have been compiled in this book so these things may take root as quickly as possible in new believers who have just accepted God’s work in the last days.
Description : I truly believe that through the Divine Inspiration of God within and upon, my friend, Margaret that the reading and studying of this book will instill 'Knowledge, Wisdom, and Understanding to enlighten the Saints and to save the Sinners. Be still and Listen to the Voice of God is the Stamp of Approval for God's Everlasting Love. - Angela D. Bingham. The author has discussed so many different subjects, and yet, explained each, in a way that will afford the reader easy understanding of God's Word. This work is biblically sound in doctrine and will bless the reader. I recommend this book. - Reverend Larry. W. Nobles. Author Margaret Ottley-Okubo is a retired nurse and midwife who began hearing the voice of God after a tragic tornado affected her life in 2009. Be Still and Listen to the Voice of God is a book that was inspired by these divine communications with the Holy Spirit. As a born again Christian, the author was relatively new to the words of both God and the Holy Bible at the time she wrote this book.Yet it is the author's hope, that by reading this book, readers will learn to be still and listen, so that they too might be able to hear the voice of God, and as a result, be able to forge a deeper relationship with Him. Originally a native of Trinidad and Tobago, Margaret Ottley-Okubo now resides in Murfreesboro, TN. She is the author of two previous books: Everyday Miracles and On the Wings of Time. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/MargaretOttleyOkub
Description : Do you feel that the ability "to hear God's voice "is for other people and not for you? Is it only for people who lived in Biblical times? Not at all! The God who loved you enough to die for you loves you enough to talk to you. And wherever you are in your spiritual walk, God will find a way to speak to you in a way you will understand. Become acquainted with the Voice that has spoken from a fire and a cloud; with visible signs and an invisible Spirit; through a burning bush and burning hearts. Hear from some of the most well-known Christians in history about how God speaks to them-and discover for yourself how you can discern the voice of God.
Description : This study presents an attempt to read the biblical verse that introduces God's revelation on Mount Sinai a verse which, for the Rabbis, bears deep meaning in a unusual and broad context. In the hope of throwing more light on the often brief and enigmatic rabbinic views on Exodus 20:1, relevant texts, often equally enigmatic, from Sufism and from Zen-Buddhist tradition are taken into consideration. All these texts express various degrees of spiritual insight or mystical experience.
Description : Theology has its deepest roots as a course of study that leads to wisdom. Yet with the growth of the academy it began to be sidetracked into a fixation with the predictable results of science. In this illuminating study, Daniel Treier retrieves this older, deeper understanding and connects wisdom in theological education to the theological interpretation of scripture, giving rise to a renewed understanding to the role of virtue. Engaging in dialogue with a number of prominent proponents of theological interpretation of scripture, Treier builds on a biblical theology of wisdom that involves daily lives of all God's people. Ultimately, Treier connects educational discussions of theology and hermeneutical discussions through a Trinitarian understanding of wisdom. As a result, the increasingly diverse forms and social locations of theology can be integrated into the mainstream of theological reflection. Filled with interdisciplinary wisdom, Virtue and the Voice of God is a timely recovery of the essential conversation between theological education, virtue and the interpretation of scripture.
Description : "How many times have you felt God is trying to speak to you and yet you feel like you're hearing nothing? Who hasn't asked, "God, can't you talk louder? I just want to know what to do!" The reality is that all of God's sheep, in every denomination, already hear God's voice - every day!" "Steve Shultz uncovers the many Scriptures "hidden in plain sight," as he likes to say. These clear, yet often forgotten passages contain easy answers to the questions you've asked, or wish you could ask, about hearing God's voice." "Learn how you can tune in to what God has to say personally to you! You don't even have to believe in prophecy. It's not the term "prophecy" that's the problem, but how it's defined."--Back cover.