Item description for Speak to My Heart, God: For Every Need, for Every Moment... by Kay Arthur...
Overview More than a devotional, this book offers compassionate advice and biblical direction for believers' troubles and longings.
In Speak to My Heart, God, bestselling author Kay Arthur looks with warm honesty at the trials we face and the unconditional love of God that sustains us.
More than a devotional, this book offers compassionate advice and biblical direction for believers' troubles and longings. They will find solace in times:
when they wonder if life has any purpose
when they're tempted not to share the gospel
when their heart aches
when they must forgive
when the future is uncertain
After each meditation is space where readers can write their own thoughts about God's influence in their lives. These recorded thoughts become a potent reminder of the incredible work and grace of God. With very personal examples from her own life, Kay speaks directly to the broken, wounded, and hurting. Through times of disappointment as well as times of renewal and rejoicing, she shows readers how to let the pressures of life press them into the likeness of Christ.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2002
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736907734 ISBN13 9780736907736
Availability 0 units.
More About Kay Arthur
KAY ARTHUR is one of America's best-known and most-beloved Bible teachers and authors. With her husband, Jack, she is the cofounder of Precept Ministries International, the leaders in inductive Bible-study resources. Kay also reaches hundreds of thousands of people internationally through her "Precept upon Precept" inductive Bible studies. In addition, her daily and weekly television programs air on over 900 stations in 30 countries.
Kay Arthur was born in 1933.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Speak To My Heart God?
For those "tuff" times Mar 15, 2007
Having a hard time? Seeking some comfort and strength through literature? If yes, then buy this book today. I purchased it years ago when I was down in the dumps and it helped to lift my spirits. I have purchased copies for a number of friends and know that I will be buying this book as gifts forever. Everyone I have blessed with this book have benefited from it. It speaks to your heart in an easy and direct manner as if you are in conversation with a friend who tells it to you straight. I love this book and I think you will also.
A real solace in time of need Jan 31, 2006
"Speak to My heart, God" is a devotional, although not in the conventional sense of having dates on top, and a reading for every day of the year. Instead, there are just slightly more than 60 individual readings. While one of my favourite devotionals is "Morning and Evening" by Spurgeon, this book by Kay Arthur is a balm for the troubled soul. What stands out is that almost all 60 readings are directed at the downcast, troubled, anxious, fearful soul. Have you ever walked through the valley? I am currently battling fear and anxiety, and it is clear to me that these emotions don't simply go away by a quick prayer. Sometimes, we have to daily battle them, with the armour of God, and the sword of the spirit, praying continuously. This book by Kay Arthur, which is divided into "Words of Faith", "Words of Obedience", "Words of Trust", "Words of Grace" is particularly directed at the disquiet in our souls when all is not well. Since as Christians, we don't have mountaintop experiences all the time, it is a handy companion and truly a soothing balm in time of need.
Instructive Dec 1, 2003
Bible teacher Kay Arthur writes, "Meekness is accepting everything as coming from God without murmuring, disputing, or retaliating..." It is with that attitude that one humbles himself before God. God's very presence releases tension. When we walk in His ways, as contrasted with our own, we replace the negative with the positive, i.e., frustration, confusion, distortion, despair, and destruction are eliminated from our thoughts. In His presence we learn His ways.
The times and seasons of our lives are in His hands. She tells us to approach God with the spirit of "whatever you want is what I want." God opens and closes doors as is appropriate.
Reading this book helps you to gain a perspective on truth. It helps you to see beyond the temporary to the more ever-lasting meaning of circumstances. It will encourage you if you read it.