God is always speaking . . . even when He doesn’t use words.
We live in a post-verbal society that communicates through images–television, smartphones, the Internet–and our Creator longs to communicate with us visually if we’ll live with our eyes wide open.
With absorbing insight, Seeing the Voice of God demystifies nighttime dreams and daytime visions, revealing the science behind the supernatural and giving you a biblical foundation for making sense of what you see. You’ll also:
learn to discern if what you see is from God
study the ten most common types of dreams
discover spirit, mind, and medical tips for better dream recall
interpret dream symbols and imagery
review the best iPhone and Android sleep cycle apps
I wasn’t sure what to expect with this book. I am a vivid dreamer with fantastic recall and when I’ve picked up books on dreams before, I found a lot of it new age’ish or vague. Seeing the Voice of God was comprehensive and Biblical. The author is very upfront that the first and best authority when it comes to dreams is asking God Himself. That really impressed me.
She dissects everything using Scripture and her own experiences. I didn’t plan on reading app suggestions for sleep cycles, and I had no idea the dream dictionary would be as exhaustive as it was.
Of all the dream books out there, I’m most impressed with Seeing the Voice of God. I highly recommend it.
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I received a copy of Seeing the Voice of God from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Word Full Wednesday! I’m taking an image and a verse from the Bible to give glory to God. I link the post up with the Internet Cafe and read other posts. What a way to spend a Wednesday!
Although I write more about deeper things of faith at The Narrow Gate Invites I think this is something for everyone to read. Those God has called as prayer warriors are having dreams and visions. They are getting strategies and having such vivid dreams that they are dreaming for hours and can recall every part.
How do I know?
I’m one of them experiencing it.
I got together earlier this summer with friends who are intercessors and they all said the same thing. They have NEVER experienced such detailed, deep dreams filled with answers, direction, prayer points and strategies. I’m not a theologian but I have a feeling these things will only increase. I expect to see a lot of Daniel moments—people in the world troubled who call on people like Daniel to interpret as God directs.
I think one of the best kept secrets in the world is that the Holy Spirit gives revelation in ways psychics never will be able to. I know a lot of well meaning people have misused the work of the Holy Spirit but when done with His leading people are set free, encouraged, taught and counseled. Dreams and visions are just part of what God is doing.
I also encourage the masses to know what the media isn’t reporting: Muslims are coming to Christ and one of the main reasons why is they are experiencing visions and visitations from Christ. Third world countries that appear to have nothing are experiencing resurrections and supernatural signs and wonders. Why them? Probably because they have nothing but God. They don’t have the equipment or resources to rely on to heal like we do so they so straight to the Source.
I’m not writing for a moment that I understand all that is going on but like everything else in the Bible, this verse is true.
I don’t know how long the last days are supposed to last. But friends, we are in them.
Are you ready?
You’re invited to join me Thursday at 1pm EST for a webinar book study. We’re going through the NYT bestseller Made to Crave by Lysa TerKeurst. This week we’re going through Chapters 4-6 and talking about accountability. If you don’t have the book I encourage you to participate anyway. I believe after the webinar you’ll want to run and get the book and participant’s guide. I’d love it if you tell others about this free, one hour a week opportunity.