AND GOD SPOKE by Margaret Lim
How does God speak and can we hear His voice?
“And God Spoke” is a series of short reflections derived from spending time with God through prayer, bible reading and also through what He communicates in everyday experiences and events. With examples ranging from insights into Jesus’ Parables to how God speaks through common tasks such as weeding the garden, Margaret shares thoughts and revelations from her times spent with God.
Born from a deep desire to share the wonderful message of God’s love, it is hoped that these simple reflections will whet the appetite of readers to be expectant to hear God speak, both in the quiet and amidst the normal routines of life.
The book is not yet on sale to the public but if anyone would like to order a copy Margaret Lim can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
The cost is £6.99 plus postage and packing.
About the Author
I have known Margaret Lim for many years and for the last 12 to 15 years specifically as a member of the congregation at St Mary Magdalene Church, Westoning, where I was the vicar. Margaret is what I would term ‘an authentic Christian’, honest and true, faithful and quietly fervent, dependable and original, thoughtful, dutiful and loving. Quite special. Here faith is real and her desire to share her faith has gradually grown in recent years. Increasingly her God given insights are plain to see.
Initially I was pleased to encourage Margaret with her gifts of composition and performance. She has sung her original Christian songs in services and they have been a blessing to the Church. Our worship has been enhanced by her contributions. More recently Margaret has begun discerning God’s promptings in scripture and then she has created blogs and reflections to encourage people to faith and in developing their faith. These reflections are really good. Spurred on by the touch of His Spirit Margaret unfurls the importance of centuries old scripture for today’s world and God truly does speak through her words.
Do not miss out. Find a quiet corner and savour this book. Come into His presence and be prepared to be blessed.
Revd Canon Nigel Washington