Moving in Synchronization with Sounds from Heaven

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Author repositions readers to move forward into prophetic destiny

In ancient biblical times, the blowing of trumpets preceded the movement of the presence of God and sounded the call to arms, assembly, or approaching danger. In times like these, having ears attuned to heavenly sounds are critical for maintaining a firm footing amidst an unstable and chaotic world. Now is the time to take a firm stand for rebuilding the walls that have been broken down in families, cities, churches, and nations. Kingdom citizens have a renewed mind and desire to walk in synchronization with the sounds from heaven. God desires to touch the world through chosen representatives who will respond to heavenly sounds.

Dr. Mary E. Adams' Sounds of Destiny: Moving Forward at the Right Time (paperback, 978-1-60477-545-7) is based upon lessons the author learned during many difficult and challenging experiences along life's journey. These lessons have taught her the importance of listening and obeying divine instructions for living and enjoying life despite challenging or difficult situations.

Says Adams, a dynamic motivational speaker, "There are many sounds amidst paradoxical times of challenge and change; therefore, it is critical that the people of God hear and respond to sounds from heaven. This is critical for knowing when to reposition and move forward into prophetic destiny at the right time. [I hope readers will receive] an increased awareness that God desires to touch the lives of others through individuals who can move in synchronization with sounds from heaven."

Dr. Mary Adams currently serves as senior pastor at Mt. Zion Full Gospel Cathedral. She and her husband, Robert, currently reside in Stafford, Virginia. She is the author of four other books.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Sounds of Destiny through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.


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