Do you believe God speaks to us? Do you believe he is both God of love and of wrath? New Heights reveals the poetry of a heart in tune with God. These poems of faith speak to the struggles of everyday life and show how to deal with the ups and downs with God as your guide. Develop your faith through exhortation and admonishing as you sing to the Lord. Each poem of Pamela Allen is inspired by God through dreams or thoughts. Drawing from her family life and Scripture, she has written from a heart devoted to the Creator. When Pamela was saved, she was eager to work for the Lord, and for years he would wake her in the middle of the night with a message. She would roll over and tell herself that she would write in the morning but would never remember what the thought was when morning came. For a period she quit listening for God's voice. She began to long for the Lord to speak to her again and promised that she would stop what she was doing to write the thoughts down. God speaks to us every day whether it's in the form of a poem or in a dream. He can send us messages through his words or through a dear friend. You can hear him in the flutter of butterfly wings or in the laughter of a child. Feel him in the wind as it blows through your hair or in that snowflake that softly kissed your cheek. You can smell him in a rose on a late summer evening as the sun sinks behind a beautiful sky of pink and orange. He wants his children once more to see, feel, and hear him as they did in days of old. Find peace in God's presence and become aware of each moment infused with his glory through the words of New Heights.
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|Size: ||740 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781630630126 (DRM-EPUB)|
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