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When God Whispers Your Name [Reading] ➽ When God Whispers Your Name By Max Lucado – Thomashillier.co.uk Are you ready to hope again Are you ready to let go of doubt and sorrow Just listen carefully God is whispering your nameSomewhere, between the pages of this book and the pages of your heart, God is s Are you ready to hope Whispers Your PDF Í again Are you ready to let go of doubt and sorrow Just listen carefully God is whispering your nameSomewhere, between the pages of this book and the pages of your heart, God is When God eBook ✓ speaking And He is calling you by nameMaybe that s hard to believe Maybe you just can t imagine that the One who made it all thinks of you that personally that He keeps your name on His heart God Whispers Your Epub µ and lipsBut it s true In the Bible and in the circumstances of your life, He whispers your name lovingly Tenderly Patiently but persistently Let these stories remind you of the God who knows your nameSome of the stories are from the Bible Some are drawn from everyday life Most are about people who are lost or weary or discouraged just like you may be If you let them, they will tell the story of your life And the story of a God who speaks into your situationSo listen closely as you turn these pages Listen for the Father s gentle whisper that can erase your doubt, your sorrow, your weariness, your despairIt really is your name that you hear, and the Voice that calls is loving that your ever dared dream Listen And learn to hope again.


10 thoughts on “When God Whispers Your Name

  1. Allison Tebo Allison Tebo says:

    Uplifting, down to earth, rational and refreshing Max Lucado s work is heart changing, but they are gradual, gentle revelations one barely notices the seeds being planted A simple, humerus, humble HUMAN approach that is a true gift to read Lucado gently relays truths about our Father that had me in tearsthan once He truly is a good God and by the end of it, i felt as if Max and I had had a conversation about Him rejoicing in our Father and the endless joy of having God Whisper Ou Uplifting, down to earth, rational and refreshing Max Lucado s work is heart changing, but they are gradual, gentle revelations one barely notices the seeds being planted A simple, humerus, humble HUMAN approach that is a true gift to read Lucado gently relays truths about our Father that had me in tearsthan once He truly is a good God and by the end of it, i felt as if Max and I had had a conversation about Him rejoicing in our Father and the endless joy of having God Whisper Our Name Highly recommended


  2. Renee Renee says:

    Stuff I want to rememberOr perhaps you ve never seen your name honored And you can t remember when you heard it spoken with kindness If so, it may bedifficult for you to believe that God knows your name But he does Written on his hand Spoken by his mouth Whispered by his lips Your name And not only the name you now have, but the name he has in store for you A new name he will give youbut wait, I m getting ahead of myself I ll tell you about your new name in the last Stuff I want to rememberOr perhaps you ve never seen your name honored And you can t remember when you heard it spoken with kindness If so, it may bedifficult for you to believe that God knows your name But he does Written on his hand Spoken by his mouth Whispered by his lips Your name And not only the name you now have, but the name he has in store for you A new name he will give youbut wait, I m getting ahead of myself I ll tell you about your new name in the last chapter This is just the introduction.You have one, you know, a song all your own Each of us does The only question is, will you play it Butthan a true story, it s a common story It s a story of a derailed dream It s a story of high hopes colliding with harsh realities Happens to all dreamers And since all have dreamed, it happens to us all Nails didn t hold God to a cross Love did You ll give up on yourself before God will Know answered prayer when you see it, and don t give up when you don t Flattery is fancy dishonesty The right heart with the wrong creed is better than the right creed with the wrong heart We treat others as we perceive God is treating us Sometimes the most godly thing we can do is take a day off Faith in the future begets power in the present No one is useless to God No one Conflict is inevitable, but combat is optional You will never forgive anyonethan God has already forgiven you Succeed in what matters You ll regret opening your mouth You ll rarely regret keeping it shut To see sin without grace is despair To see grace without sin is arrogance To see them in tandem is conversion Faith is the grit in the soul that puts the dare into dreams God doesn t keep a clock Never underestimate a gesture of affection When Jesus went home, he left the front door open And to sum it up As soon as you can, pay your debts As long as you can, give the benefit of the doubt As much as you can, give thanks He s already given usthan we deserve Preach the gospel If necessary, use words Sacrilege is to feel guilt for sins forgiven God forgets the past Imitate him Greed I ve often regretted Generosity never Never miss a chance to read a child a story Pursue forgiveness, not innocence Be doubly kind to the people who bring your food or park your car If money is the gauge of the heart, then this study revealed that money is on the heart of most Americans In exchange for ten million dollars 25 percent would abandon their family 25 percent would abandon their church 23 percent would become a prostitute for a week 16 percent would give up their American citizenship 16 percent would leave their spouse 13 percent would put their children up for adoption Evenrevealing than what Americans would do for ten million dollars is that most would do something Two thirds of those polled would agree to at least one some to several of the options The majority, in other words, would not leave the stage empty handed They would pay the price to own the wheelbarrow.Greedy I wanted to say You re building a hut in a swamp and you call it greed But I didn t say anything because he was right Greed is relative Greed is not defined by what something costs objectively It is measured by what it costs you I sit a few feet from a man on death row Jewish by birth Tentmaker by trade Apostle by calling His days are marked I m curious about what bolsters this man as he nears his execution So I ask some questions Do you have family, Paul I have none What about your health My body is beaten and tired What do you own I have my parchments My pen A cloak And your reputation Well, it s not much I m a heretic to some, a maverick to others Do you have friends I do, but even some of them have turned back Any awards Not on earth Then what do you have, Paul No belongings No family Criticized by some Mocked by others What do you have, Paul What do you have that matters I sit back quietly and watch Paul rolls his hand into a fist He looks at it I look at it What is he holding What does he have He extends his hand so I can see As I lean forward, he opens his fingers I peer at his palm It s empty I have my faith It s all I have But it s all I need I have kept the faith Paul leans back against the wall of his cell and smiles And I lean back against another and stare into the face of a man who has learned that there isto life than meets the eye For that s what faith is Faith is trusting what the eye can t see Eyes see the prowling lion Faith sees Daniel s angel Eyes see storms Faith sees Noah s rainbow Eyes see giants Faith sees Canaan Your eyes see your faults Your faith sees your Savior Your eyes see your guilt Your faith sees his blood Your eyes see your grave Your faith sees a city whose builder and maker is God Your eyes look in the mirror and see a sinner, a failure, a promise breaker But by faith you look in the mirror and see a robed prodigal bearing the ring of grace on your finger and the kiss of your Father on your face


  3. Belindachaplin Belindachaplin says:

    I have read quite a lot of Max Lucado s books, and enjoyed every one, so when this one was available to review I decided to grab it It is a collection of unrelated stories which weave together through the common theme that God cares for you, and wants to be closer to you and lead you, you just need to have faith in Him For example, the first story is of a man who used to be some kind of high powered executive, but because he committed a big crime has been working as a humble janitor in a schoo I have read quite a lot of Max Lucado s books, and enjoyed every one, so when this one was available to review I decided to grab it It is a collection of unrelated stories which weave together through the common theme that God cares for you, and wants to be closer to you and lead you, you just need to have faith in Him For example, the first story is of a man who used to be some kind of high powered executive, but because he committed a big crime has been working as a humble janitor in a school the last 20 years And then one day God comes to him and talks to him out of his mop bucket Using this illustration to explain the story of Moses totally brought it alive for me And using this modern day version, Max really brings it home how God does talk to us and even if we have to wait a long time for God to come through to use us God ain t finished with you yet I took it slowly while reading, and I really enjoyed reading one story at a time, and contemplating on each story It was very encouraging in my walk with the Lord I was sorry to only discover that it actually has a study guide once I was already through the whole book but I think that one day I will go back through each story and use the study guide to go even deeper than I have now If you are looking for a good devotional book with a lovely theme running through, then I highly recommend this book Disclosure of Material Connection I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze.com book review bloggers program I was not required to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising


  4. Amy Amy says:

    I never thought I d say this about anything Max Lucado wrote, but I found this book hard to read There was nopattern It was like he took his musings and threw it into a book.


  5. L8blmr L8blmr says:

    This man has the ability, bordering on amazing, to relate Biblical stories of long ago to present day and make them come to life It s hard to relate to Moses,perhaps, but maybe you could relate to the former CEO of a huge company who killed a mugger and spent many years in hiding, working as a night janitor in the same building where he formerly presided at high level meetings Not every piece of writing in this book struck me as brilliant, but there were some great moments to be sure Portions This man has the ability, bordering on amazing, to relate Biblical stories of long ago to present day and make them come to life It s hard to relate to Moses,perhaps, but maybe you could relate to the former CEO of a huge company who killed a mugger and spent many years in hiding, working as a night janitor in the same building where he formerly presided at high level meetings Not every piece of writing in this book struck me as brilliant, but there were some great moments to be sure Portions are a bit dated now it was published in 1994 but much of what he is written is timeless Prior to this, I had only read Lucado s books for children, and once in a while I did get the feeling he still believed he was addressing a much younger reader, but not so much as to inhibit my enjoyment of the basic truths he shared


  6. Brittany Brittany says:

    This was my first Lucado book experience I was intrigued by his Grace for the Moments devotional I am doing and picked up this book Honestly I was sincerely disappointed It was by no means revelatory, as what I look for in Christian non fiction I m going to give Max the benefit of the doubt and hope not all his books are mashed up stories I d much rather read someones thoughts than a basic themed recollection of stories The stories weren t bad and didn t make for hard or boring reading, it This was my first Lucado book experience I was intrigued by his Grace for the Moments devotional I am doing and picked up this book Honestly I was sincerely disappointed It was by no means revelatory, as what I look for in Christian non fiction I m going to give Max the benefit of the doubt and hope not all his books are mashed up stories I d much rather read someones thoughts than a basic themed recollection of stories The stories weren t bad and didn t make for hard or boring reading, it was just not what I expected nor hoped for


  7. Christopher Hughes Christopher Hughes says:

    This was the first Lucado book I ever read It is by far my favorite of his.


  8. Cindy Cindy says:

    I like Lucado s ability to talk about figures and stories and concepts in the Bible and discuss them in modern terms The janitor who used to run the head office why that s not so different from Moses s story now, is it Paul wasn t much as far as heroes go, was he Died with just a few letters to his name But those letters, written to encourage the churches in their infancy in Ephesus, Thessalonica, Phillipi, will be read in every language for thousands of years to come What a pleasure to r I like Lucado s ability to talk about figures and stories and concepts in the Bible and discuss them in modern terms The janitor who used to run the head office why that s not so different from Moses s story now, is it Paul wasn t much as far as heroes go, was he Died with just a few letters to his name But those letters, written to encourage the churches in their infancy in Ephesus, Thessalonica, Phillipi, will be read in every language for thousands of years to come What a pleasure to read this small gem and its essays and insights.Quotes to remember We seldom see history in the making, and we seldom recognize heroes Which is just as well, for if we knew either, we might mess up both.I ve never been surprised by God s judgement, but I m still stunned by his grace


  9. Matthew Hall Matthew Hall says:

    This was a simple read with a good number of truths For being a religious book it lacked in the area of Biblical support The author was confusing with the use of multiple Bible versions when scripture was used I was not overly impressed with the writing.


  10. Alisha I Alisha I says:

    The book is easy to read and filled with enjoyable stories However, when I got the book, I wasn t aware the stories chapters would be isolated stories or unrelated vignettes And although I enjoy each story I think the title is a little misleading as I anticipated stories that provided instances or examples of God Whispering Your Name What I found instead was a book about faithful advice.


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