I Saw the Lord

  • by Anne Graham Lotz
  • Narrated by Anne Graham Lotz
  • 4 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When we call ourselves Christians, we expect that our love for Jesus, our hunger for His presence, our urgent longing to see Him again will be a constant, motivating force in our lives, writes Anne Graham Lotz. Yet sometimes, in the busyness of our days or the duties of our jobs or the familiar habits of our worship or the everyday routine of our homes, the longing becomes complacency, and we sleep through opportunities to be with Him. Anne knows from personal experience that it's then, as we're drifting in comfortable complacency, that we most need a wake-up call, a jolt that pushes us to seek out a revival of our passion for Jesus that began as a blazing fire but somehow has died down to an ineffective glow.
The revival we need now is not a tent meeting or a series of church services designed to save the lost. It's something completely different: authentic, personal revival.
In I Saw the Lord, Anne shares the revival lessons she has carried to audiences throughout the world, showing you how you can experience an authentic, deeper, richer relationship with God in a life-changing, fire-blazing revival.
It begins here. Now. Listen to this book and hear the wake-up call. Then get ready for the fire of revival to fall on you!


What the Critics Say

"Good basic information on living the Christian life, written with great enthusiasm." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

A definite Wake-up call

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I definitely recommend this book. It is a wake-up call to your need for personal revival.

What does Anne Graham Lotz bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I love listening to Anne's voice. She is a very impassioned speaker and is way better than listening to the reading voice in my head.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Every chapter contained inspiring moments.

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- Tara

Couldn't Do the Author's Voice

The author's voice, inflection and speed made feel as if I was listening to an excited child frantically relating a story except she didn't say "and, and, and."
In addition the author used "I" too much in relating her topic; I was not interested in her autobiography.
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- monsacrecoeur

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-03-2007
  • Publisher: Zondervan