Receptivity -Tuning in to God’s Voice by Daniel K. Norris – A Book Review

Receptivity – Tuning in to God’s Voice

By: Daniel K. Norris

Destiny Image Publishers Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768407044, $ 15.99, 2015, 190 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake, richard330@yahoo.com

An Invitation to a Lifestyle of Learning, Listening, Discerning, and Hearing God’s Voice

In his book “Receptivity – Tuning in to God’s Voice” evangelist Daniel K. Norris proclaims a life changing message which prepares the reader to actively pursue, identify, and hear the voice of God. He challenges the reader to move beyond being apathetic, lukewarm, and complacent to become an uncompromising radical believer and follower of Jesus.

I was captivated by Daniel’s powerful stories of miraculous ministry, select testimonies from thousands who received the message of salvation, and physical healing. I was also inspired by examples of spiritual mentoring and passing on the revival message to generation after generation to young evangelists as exemplified by Leonard Ravenhill, Steve Hill and now through Daniel Norris to another generation.

My spiritual eyes were opened to new insights and a clearer understanding of listening for God’s voice through seeds of truth while becoming more receptive to His Word. Daniel draws lessons from Jesus’ parable of the sower for keys to dying to self, becoming a selfless sower, and how to establish a mindset for drawing near to God.

Daniel’s writing is well articulated and spiritualy anointed; a must read for those fully receptive to hear and respond to the voice and will of God. “Receptivity” calls on the reader to tune in to God’s voice

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

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