Item description for The Still Small Voice: Heeding the Call to Holiness by Tom McGuire...
Written from a heart that has been transfixed on the pursuit of God, The Still Small Voice urges the reader to become consumed by the Holy Fire of God. This book encourages every reader to see that no matter what age, what lifestyle, or what place in their life that they are at, the creator of the universe and Lover of their soul is constantly gazing upon them and speaking through His creation and through His own voice. This book stirs the reader to look back at the timeless truths of the Bible and see how today in a society that races ahead with technology and speed, that without holiness, the efforts of our labor are without much eternal fanfare. 'Stop,' says the voice of the Lord, 'and listen, know me for yourself.'Are you frustrated with the ways of modern day ministry and the missing elements of the Lord's presence on the face of church? The Lord is longing to place His fingerprint upon all that we do in His name, His voice is speaking to every Christian man, woman, and child.'I desire you, do you really desire me? I am where my promises say that I will be, come to me and listen, I am waiting.' Does the Lord of all creation desire to transform you into His bride, loving and longing and passionate for Him?Read the book! This book provokes the heart to see beyond traditional ministry and become desperate for the presence of God.Times of great change and great spiritual renewal await the body of Christ in these times. It is God's promise to move according to His will, it is our responsibility to listen to His voice. This book clarifies the Holiness of God without the trappings and shackles of human doctrine.It really is very simple, God is God and through His divine love, He commands our affections.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date Oct 7, 2002
Publisher 1st Books Library
ISBN 1403365164 ISBN13 9781403365163
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Reality Check Jan 4, 2003
About as real as it gets. I would presume that this guy doesn't win allot of popularity contests. Would someone please stand up in the church and tell the truth, Thank you for this book. Like it or not folks, this guy isn't kidding.
Potent Dec 27, 2002
A quick read by an obvious first time author, yet it speaks powerfully. This is one of those books that makes a person ponder the whole condition of ministry.The author launches a potent prophetic message at the front door of the church today. It seems that perhaps the church has forgotten the mission that she was created for. If you are in ministry, in laity, or on the outside looking in, you need to read this book.Where will the church be found at the return of the Lord? This one will make you think.
Potent Dec 27, 2002
The message in this book shakes the idealogies of the church today. The Still Small Voice comes from a much larger voice that is calling the church at large to take it's eyes off itself and seek God. If you are in ministry, in church, or somewhere in between, you need to read this. McGuire fires a highly explosive weapon at the face of modern ministry,[the Word] If you need to change the way you're doing church, read this book, if you don't think you need to change the way you do church, read this book, and think again.
The Still Small Voice: Heeding the Call to Holiness Dec 17, 2002
This book punctuates the desperate need for the modern era church to turn and pursue the passion of Christ. This book is a resounding wake up call to the body of Christ.The passion of the author should be conveyed from the pulpits of America. It is simple, well put and moving....if church is going to make it, then church must change.