Book Review: Seeing the Voice of God

I highly recommend Laura Harris Smith’s book, Seeing the Voice of God – What God is Telling You through Dreams & Visions. It is chock full of truth, seasoned experience and practical advice.

Inside these 254 pages, you’ll find wisdom that demystifies nighttime dreams and daytime visions, revealing the science behind the supernatural and providing a biblical foundation for making sense of what you see.

God is always speaking . . . even when He doesn’t use words.

We live in a post-verbal society that communicates through images–television, smartphones, the Internet–and our Creator longs to communicate with us visually if we’ll live with our eyes wide open.

My personal favorite sections was the dream classifications that explain whether night messages are for now or later. Harris Smith teaches Five Types of Prophetic Dreams for the Present (waking dreams, decision dreams, encouragement dreams, audible dreams and pizza dreams) and Five Types of Prophetic Dreams for the Future (warning dreams, directional dreams, recurring, incubation and apocalyptic dreams). I have so many dreams filling the pages of my Lookbooks that I need help classifying and understanding them.

This timely book recommended by my friend, Carla decoded some mysteries for me. Thank you, Carla. You’re a beautiful blessing!

You’ll also learn to discern if what you see is from God,

  • discover spirit, mind, and medical tips for better dream recall
  • includes a comprehensive Dream Symbols Dictionary with over 1,000 biblical definitions to help you interpret dream symbols and imagery
  • review the best iPhone and Android sleep cycle apps
  • learn to differentiate between the psychic realm, lucid dreaming and how evil spirits can twist a prophetic gift.

If you desire 20/20 hearing of the voice of God, this book is for you, my reader friend! 

PS: Not a paid endorsement. I receive no monetary gain from this book review.

 

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