Book Review: God Doesn’t Whisper by Jim Osman

Tulips & Honey

Hello dear ones, I hope this post finds you all doing well! As promised, I have another book review for you. This one was a joy to read, as the writer has a knack for Biblical truth and turning a phrase. It’s no wonder John MacArthur wrote the forward for God Doesn’t Whisper, published by Kootenai Community Church Publishing in August of this year. Rarely do we see this type of theologically sound rebuke to the popular belief in HVG or hearing the voice of God. In this 281 page book, pastor and author Jim Osman expounds upon his own journey from believing in HVG through the Scriptural reasons he no longer does so. While he explains this disastrous teaching, he boldly calls out those preachers and teachers that promote it.

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Coming from the Word of Faith movement I frequently heard it repeated, “God spoke to me, in that…

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Posted on November 14, 2020, in Miscellaneous. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I believe God does often speak through a still, small voice. But all personal revelation must square w/ Scripture or we in danger of being misled by our sinful desires and the dictates of a godless society.

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