Have you ever heard the voice of God in such a compelling way that it completely turned your life around? Well, get ready. My review of another amazing book by one of my favorite authors, Davis Bunn is coming!
What’s it about?
The message was unexpected but instantly recognizable.
A voice resonated from a distance and somehow from within. Against all earthly logic, it carried a divine command. And five very different people knew they were summoned to obey.
Their actions were demanding, but not particularly grand. Only later would they see a pattern emerge – one that links their tasks together and comes to challenge the cultural direction of the nation. They realize that one small personal response unveiled a new realm of moral responsibility. And this affirmation of everyday hope captures the attention of millions.
But power and money are at stake. Malicious elements soon align themselves to counter the trend. To succeed they must also undermine its source. Can we really believe that God speaks to people today? Surely this must be dismissed as superstition or delusion. These well-intentioned but misguided individuals should not be allowed to cast our society back into the Dark Ages.
The public debate and media frenzy place an unprecedented spotlight on knowing and doing God’s will. The five encounter threats, but try to remain steadfast in their faith. Had God indeed imparted wisdom on selected individuals? Is this sweep of events part of his divine purpose?
The movement may herald a profound renewal – one that some are calling The Turning…
By the way, you can read the first three (3) chapters for free on Davis’ Facebook page: http://statictab.com/fvrrsxz (Don’t forget to like his Facebook page to start reading.) You can also watch the video trailers.
I had a turning recently. I may share a little with you when you come back again later this weekend and read the review. It’s going to be good!
Quick questions: Do you know what a “turning” is? Do you want to know? Will you say yes when God speaks to you?
Hey, no worries. You don’t have to tell me the answer to those questions.
You know me, I’m just asking!