The Sacred Echo
'Don't Listen For the Voice of God. Listen for His Echo.'
When God really wants to get your attention, he doesn't just say something once.
He speaks through a Sunday sermon, a chance conversation with a friend the next day, even a random email. The same theme, idea, impression, or lesson will repeat itself in surprising and unexpected ways until you realize that...more
What I do like about her is that she opens herself up and let's us look honestly at her life (her struggles, her joys, her pains, her disappointments, etc). I do like that throughout the whole book she doesn't say "this is how prayer is supposed ...more
What I loved is how she directed the reader to scripture. We can hear God audibly through His word. And she pointed out that when God repeats something in the bible....it is really worth paying attention to. I had come across some views that stated her book is about praying more in order to get what we want from Him. Or that this is false doctrine from t ...more
What I always loved about Feinberg is the way she writes about God. To her, God isn't just some abstract idea of a Thing in the Sky (I must confess that sometimes I limit God to this abstract idea); God is an ever-present force in our lives. In her latest book, Feinberg talks about how God speaks to us--a "sacred echo" where God will often repeat Himself to get Hi ...more
Margaret has a joyful relationship with God, which I find refreshing and encouraging.
Great read for anyone who is at a place of struggling to hear God speak in their life.
I got a lot out of this study and the friends I shared it with. I am thankful for God's persistent voice in my life.
It should score a 3.5.
Nicely balanced, some new insights, some reminders of old. Lots of stories. Beautifully authentic.