Speak, Lord takes you through Psalm 1, in the first person, reflections, practice. Speak, Lord goes through to Psalm 121. It is a very interesting study. Have you ever wished that God would speak directly to you? Each chapter provides a psalm rewritten in the first person, words of reflection writing prompts and devotional thoughts to encourage you in engaging with the Psalms.It’s easy to spout religious platitudes about the goodness of God in our lives. Then behind the scenes we envy, grumble, and complain. If you have ever read the Psalms before, this is a new and innovative study that is worth trying. Imagine God speaking directly to you. How would you react? What would you say? How awesome would that be? How would the Psalms read like if they were spoke directly to you. Like Psalm 1. “How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked,” The company you keep is very critical to Me and to your overall success. This verse shows progressive engagement with bad company. Pick up a copy today, you won’t regret it.
I received a complimentary copy from Tyndale Blog Network for this review