Sometimes you can just tell when not to get into a new Christian book, based solely on its summary in the CBD catalog.
Using real-life experiences, [name of author] reveals the attitudes and actions that helped him hear directly from God when facing challenges. You’ll learn how to listen for whispers that determine choices, nudges that rescue us from despair, promptings that spur growth, urgings that come from others, and inspiration that reveals the terrible plight of people around the globe.
By the way, God told me to critique this book I haven’t actually read — He gave me a nudge, you see.
- Click for more on God’s Will Hunting. Or see Pyromaniacs contributor Dan Phillips’ firm rebuke to certain other “use the nuuudge Luuuke” advocates in Non Sola Scriptura: the Blackaby view of God’s will, Part 1 and Part 2. ↩
- Also, note this book was not written by someone easily termed “charismatic.” Rather, such ideas as this are oddly prevalent is supposed “cessationist” denominations and Christians who claim they value God’s Word as His final and complete revelation. ↩