Book Review: The Voice – How We Can Participate, How We Should Respond by Don Nori SR.

The VoiceThe Voice – How We Can Participatre, How We Should Respond

By: Don Nori, SR.

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768441970, $ 15.99, 2012, 191 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Embracing “Brokenness” a Prerequisite to Experiencing “Union” with God

“The Voice” is a call to quiet our souls, to give ourselves to the inner preparation of the Holy Spirit to bring God’s victorious reality into our walk with Him. Don Nori, SR introduces the life changing role of “Brokenness” as a prerequisite to experiencing “Union” with God.

Don writes in a conversational style, conveying profound thought provoking concepts and a depth of understanding resulting from his personal perseverance in pursuing the presence of God that accompanies “Brokenness.”

I was motivated by Don candid personal illustrations and the lessons in “Brokenness” and “Union” Jacob experienced as he wrestled with God, Moses’ spiritual journey through his wilderness wanderings, and David’s victory over his many battleground experiences.

The selected scriptures and poignant quotes from the classic devotional writings of Thomas a Kempis, Brother Lawrence, Oswald Chambers, A. W. Tozer, D. L. Moody and many others provide added insight and inspiration to the powerful impact of the book.

Don Nori SR. is a true spiritual frontiersman leading in an exploration of uncharted discoveries in the realm of prophetic living. “The Voice” details “how we can participate and how we should respond” as we listen for and hear the voice of the Lord.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.


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