Distinguishing God’s voice from own willfulness

New Christian nonfiction book offers guide on listening to God.

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God is always willing to not just listen to us, but speak to us.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

In an increasingly complex and distracting world, discerning God’s voice among the clamor of everyday life isn’t always easy.

In his new book That Gentle Whisper: Discerning the Voice of God, Christian author Robert L. Jacobus explores how God communicates with those who seek his voice.

“If you believe God cares for you, wouldn’t it make sense that he wants to communicate with you?” says Jacobus. “God is always willing to not just listen to us, but speak to us.”

That Gentle Whisper: Discerning the Voice of God explains how to seek God’s voice, prevent interruptions and distinguish it from one’s self-justification.

Dedicated to examples from the Bible about God “speaking to people’s hearts,” Jacobus writes God will never tell someone to do something that contradicts the Bible.

Jacobus, a cook, says he’s a testament that all believers, theologians or not, can hear from God if they seek his voice. He relied on hearing from God throughout his writing process.

He uses a distinct mix of Bible verses, examples from scripture and contemporary art to convey the messages in his book.

That Gentle Whisper: Discerning the Voice of God
By Robert L. Jacobus
ISBN: 978-1-4497-2959-2
Softcover retail price: $27.99
E-book price: $3.99

About the author
Robert L. Jacobus says God has shown him in everyday occurrences how to hear him when he speaks. Wanting to share that with others, Jacobus felt called to write That Gentle Whisper: Discerning the Voice of God. He is a member of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Ky.


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