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God Calling Paperback – 1975

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  • Paperback
  • Publisher: F.H. Revell Co. (1975)
  • ASIN: B00370ZW6M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (609 customer reviews)

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324 of 329 people found the following review helpful By Drew on February 14, 2008
Format: Hardcover
I give God Calling 5 stars. I'm giving Barbour Publishing, and any other publisher that is printing edited down versions of this book 1 star or less. I have a paperback edition that was printed by Jove Books in 1978. I just got a new hardcover edition printed by Barbour in 2000. I was going to throw out my tattered paperback, but I did a coursory comparison of a couple entries and discovered the new Barbour hardback entries all had entire paragraphs removed. And from a spritual point of view, they were VERY IMPORTANT paragraphs. Upon investigating, MANY of them have had sentances and paragraphs removed. You're better off going to a book store, and looking for an edition that that says "this book contains the complete text of the original hard cover...". The passages have completely new meanings when you read the full text as God intended. Whoever decided to edit this down should be ashamed of themselves.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Thomas M. Loarie VINE VOICE on June 7, 2006
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God Calling is a great daily devotional. I have been reading it on a daily basis for five consecutive years and cannot imagine starting my day without it. It was given to me as a gift by me wonderful sister, Mary Lou.

The book, based on apparitions of our Lord to two women living together in England in the 1930s, is organized by month and day with a daily message from God (through the apparition of Jesus) on how to live our life. A.J. Russell helped in the organization and editing of the book. What has been accomplished is superb as one cannot help but feel that God is calling him/her to meditation, love, and/or action.

God Calling has been vetted by the Anglican Church to insure Scripture accuracy and adherence.

I have given God Calling to many friends who were either searching for a good devotional or had become stumped spiritually. I have recommended it to many more. I know that I am not alone in my feelings for this book since most that received it or purchased a copy also begin their day with God Calling to them.
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58 of 62 people found the following review helpful By J. Robinson on July 22, 2002
Format: Paperback
I came across this book by accident at the bookstore. There it sat, one lonely copy with an intriguing title. The daily words of inspiration seemed to speak directly to me. With uncanny precision it has constantly provided me with support during difficult as well as happy times in my life. After owning this book for 4 years and reading it daily, I now know that it was no accident that the only copy left at the bookstore was meant for me. Buy this book....I doubt you will ever regret it.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By "rubyjeans" on June 13, 2001
Format: Leather Bound
I just submitted a review and I should have read the "example customer reviews" before writing my first one. To anyone who would question the motive of the "two listeners" or A.J. Russell, I would encourage you to get a copy of the journal edition that includes at least one scripture related to each day's devotion. It is inferred in the book's introduction that it was through the studying of the Word of God on a daily basis that these two women grasped the insight found in God Calling. It is a supernatural event when our limited human minds take hold of divine truth, when we are given "revelations" concerning that which we formerly did not understand, that which we have not been formally educated concerning. This is not cultish or pagan mysticism at work. This is the grace of God to us who believe. If it was evil, it seems to me that another "fruit" of that evil would be for worldly fame and recognition for such profound writing. Instead, all we know is that 2 women faithfully and humbly took God at His Word that He would guide them into all truth and teach them all things and that a publisher, who loves God, decided to let the world enjoy the fruit of these women's faith. I thank God for all three of these people and I am challenged to read the Word of God for myself DAILY that I, too, may know God more fully and intimately. I applaud the attempt at warning all of us against being led astray by mystic sentiment but this book does nothing but support the foundation of solid, Biblical principals. If it repeatedly celebrates and admonishes fruits of the Spirit- LOVE, JOY, PEACE, PATIENCE, KINDNESS, GOODNESS, FAITHFULNESS, GENTLENESS, SELF-CONTROL- reason tells me that it is indeed, FRUIT of the Spirit of God Himself.Read more ›
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By ReformedGirls on March 9, 2012
Format: Paperback
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In the Autumn of 1932, I was sitting in the lounge of an hotel when a visitor, quite unknown, crossed over and, handing me a copy of For Sinners Only, asked if I had read it. I answered "No," and she left it with me. On returning home, I bought a copy for myself. I was curiously affected by the book and felt that I wanted all my friends to read it immediately, and actually made out a list of over a hundred people to whom I should have liked to have sent it. Not being rich, this desire had to be content with two copies, which I lent to various people, on whom it seemed to make little effect. A few months later I read it again. It was then that there came a persistent desire to try to see whether I could get guidance such as A. J. Russell reported, through sharing a quiet time with the friend with whom I was then living. She was a deeply spiritual woman with unwavering faith in the goodness of God and a devout believer in prayer, although her life had not been an easy one.

I was rather skeptical, but, as she agreed, we sat down, pencils and paper in hand and waiting. This was in December 1932. My results were entirely negative. Portions of texts came and went, then my mind wandered to ordinary topics. I brought it back again and again, but with no success. To this day, I cannot get guidance in this way alone.

But with my friend a very wonderful thing happened. From the first, beautiful messages were given to her by our Lord Himself, and every day from then these messages have never failed us.

...... So I've been told, this is considered an occultic practice of "journaling" or "channeling" and is what many New Age teachers use and recommend. They sit and write down or journal the thoughts that come into their heads.
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