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Publisher's Summary

Imagine if you could hear God speak. Imagine if you could sit down and speak to God about a wide range of subjects that are helpful to the Christian faith and have him respond to you.
Matthew Robert Payne did exactly that over the course of a month. He sat down with the subjects covered in his previous book, Jesus Speaking Today, and asked God to open up about them. What follows is a number of intimate conversations with God.
God shares his heart with Matthew in a way that is raw, honest, and candid. Hear how God speaks to his friend who is interested in hearing his heart. Listen in on these conversations as God gets personal and emotional about the things that matter to him and that should ultimately matter to humanity.
It is Matthew's hope that this book will encourage you to learn to hear from God for yourself and encourage you to journal what God says to you each day.
©2017 Matthew Robert Payne (P)2017 Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing
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1 out of 5 stars
By Tarek on 08-08-18

waste of time and money! and beyond !!

I bought it by mistake while looking for 'conversations with God' by Neale walsch! where a real god is talking not how it sounded in Matthew's book, ego talks to him self and no gods words involved here and I can prove it ! such a destructive dialog in the name of god! a god that begs for money, and tells you I love you soooo muchI i never care to review but for this I had to since it's words in my opinion are damaging if not examined and has a lot of self advertising and showing off ! if you listen feel in your heart where the real god dwells and you shall know!

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