hungry for God: Hearing God’s voice in the ordinary and everyday By Margaret Feinber
Published by- Zondervan
Number of pages- 185
Age Group- Adult, college age
Description of book- softcover, list price $12.99, ISBN 978-0-310-33207-7
Extra- Discussion questions at the end the book for each chapter
Written in only six chapters, Margaret Feinberg shows us how to be spiritually hungry for God and then how to recognize and prepare for it on a daily basis. The chapters, “Unforgettable Invitation,” “Kairos Moments,” “Shaped by God’s Voice,” Readiness,” “The Language of God,” and “Have You Heard?” are the different ways in which we need to listen and observe God on a daily basis.
From the back of the book: “Learning to hear God’s voice isn’t as much a destination as it is a journey and if you travel far enough, you’ll find yourself abiding in the presence of God.”
About the author- Margaret Feinberg lives in Colorado with her husband and dog. She is a writer and speaker and has been named on of the “Thirty Emerging Voices” of Christian leaders by Charisma magazine.
My favorite chapter was, “The Language of God.” This chapter was divided up into the many ways that God speaks to us. I enjoyed reading Margaret Feinberg’s reflections and learning the many ways that God communicates with us if we are willing to listen. I thought that “God Thoughts” and “Nature” were the best ones, because to me, they are two of the more obvious ones that may get over looked in our daily life. To get thoughts from God we need to pray, be quiet and listen. God whispers, so we need to listen for the quiet words. Going outside and being a part of nature is also a way that we can observe the awesomeness of God. It doesn’t need to be in a park or in your yard, you can just look out the window and observe.
Would I recommend? Yes, I would highly recommend this book by Margaret Feinberg, because we need to know how to satisfy our spiritual hunger and this book can help us do that.
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