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Introduction for “Can YOU Hear the Whispers?”
GOD… Our Father in heaven
Understanding the Holy Spirit
Have you seen a miracle today?
Closing thoughts for “Can YOU Hear the Whispers?”
Introduction to “Thoughts from the Heart”
Why are we born in sin?
Are there angels among us?
Closing thoughts for “Thoughts from the Heart”
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Can You Hear the Whispers? and Thoughts from the Heart

Can You Hear the Whispers? and Thoughts from the Heart

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In this pair of inspirational explorations of faith, author Randy Birrer offers two collections of thoughts and stories about his relationship with God. Writing not from the perspective of an educated theologian or scholar, but from that of a simple Christian man with simple thoughts, Randy explores his beliefs, questions, opinions, and personal narratives.

Like most people, he has made mistakes in life, but he has come to understand just how important God is to him and to everyone around him. His stories and thoughts share what he found as he searched his own heart and mind regarding his own relationship with God.

Originally working to understand that relationship, he now seeks to inspire thoughts and discussion among others as they explore their personal relationships with God. Randy believes that we all need to think and talk more about this most important connection that guides how we live our lives. He hopes that this book may help bring clarity to each of us as we think about our relationships with God.

How important to you is your personal relationship with God? Search your heart and know that God is waiting for us to ask the questions and has all the answers we need, if we will only listen for them.
In this pair of inspirational explorations of faith, author Randy Birrer offers two collections of thoughts and stories about his relationship with God. Writing not from the perspective of an educated theologian or scholar, but from that of a simple Christian man with simple thoughts, Randy explores his beliefs, questions, opinions, and personal narratives.

Like most people, he has made mistakes in life, but he has come to understand just how important God is to him and to everyone around him. His stories and thoughts share what he found as he searched his own heart and mind regarding his own relationship with God.

Originally working to understand that relationship, he now seeks to inspire thoughts and discussion among others as they explore their personal relationships with God. Randy believes that we all need to think and talk more about this most important connection that guides how we live our lives. He hopes that this book may help bring clarity to each of us as we think about our relationships with God.

How important to you is your personal relationship with God? Search your heart and know that God is waiting for us to ask the questions and has all the answers we need, if we will only listen for them.

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