Review Now! The One Year Hearing His Voice Devotional

hearing his voice

Inside this one year devotional you will find that listening to God is a process. You will learn that you have to be patient when waiting to hear from God. God has a plan for you and he wants to talk to you, all you have to do is listen to Him.

Whats inside:

This devotional is designed to read over a year. Made with the intent of quick and easy study, short one page devotions that allow you to read them any time day or night. If you happen to skip a day that’s okay just pick it up on any day. Inside you will find each day from January 1st to December 31st .

At the beginning of each devotion you will find that a Bible verse or two is listed and the devotion will relate to that very verse. At the end of the devotion you will see a small prayer that relates to the devotion you have just read.

Personal Opinion:

Personally, I find this devotional very helpful, when I received it I read that day’s date, I was amazed at how simple yet powerful this devotional is. This devotional has showed me that God speaks to us on a daily basis all I have to do is be patient and listen. I would give this devotional a five of five stars, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a devotional to read each day for a year.

About the Author:

Chris Tiegreen

“Chris Tigreen is the author of more than forty books, including The One Year Walk With God Devotional, The One Year At His Feet Devotional, 365 Pocket Devotions, 90 Days Thru The Bible, and Unburdened. In addition, he has been a collaborative writer on more than a dozen book projects. He has also written hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles, ranging from cultural commentary to inspirational devotionals to features on ministry and international missions. Chris is a seasoned photojournalist, a student of languages, a dabbler in art, an occasional pianist, a rabid-yet-reasonable college football fan, and a zealous traveler. He especially loves beaches and third – world adventures. In addition to writing and doing photography for periodicals and books, he has been a pastor, a missionary, and a university instructor on global issues. He currently works at Walk Thru the Bible serves at Daystar Atlanta church. He and his family live in Atlanta. To learn more visit” Quoted from the back of this devotional.

Where to Buy:

I received this Devotional from Tyndale Blog Network, in exchange for an honest review. (All opinions are my own.)


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