Released in the UK March 2007
Released in the US May 2007
Trade paperback | 144 Pages
9781845502362 • £8.99 $12.99
BISAC – REL012080
"Why don't I hear God's voice?" is a thought, maybe even a cry that every Christian has uttered to themselves. We yearn to hear God's voice speak to us but also have a curious impatience for his answers. We live in a society that has only three standards of results - 'I want it now', 'I might just be able to wait until tomorrow' and 'I'll get it somewhere else!' It's not surprising that we can't wait for, or often hear, God's voice in our lives. Denise, a successful journalist, author and public speaker, challenges us to seek an intimate dynamic relationship with God through three aspects of waiting on him in prayer:
Denise George is an internationally popular writer and speaker best known for creative Biblical application. Denise is married to Dr. Timothy George, executive editor of Christianity Today and founding Dean of Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama.
"A beautifully written book that powerfully motivates the reader to seek a deeper and more intimate relationship with the Lord. In simple but profound story form, it encourages one to draw near to him and hear his voice."
"Fellowship with God through prayer is Denise George's theme, and her book is a sensitive, down-to-earth exploration of it, skilfully structured for group use. Many will pray to better purpose as a result of digesting this material."
J. I. Packer
(1926–2020), Rector, All Souls Church, Langham Place, London
"If you're seeking to go deeper with God, here's a practical workbook written for women, which explores how we can develop a closer relationship with him.
Denise, a successful journalist, author and speaker uses the story from Elijah from 1 Kings 17 & 18 as a springboard to encourage us to seek God by waiting on him and listening to his voice."