When God Whispers Loudly

Rated 4.33/5 based on 5 reviews
When God whispers, the wise listen. In this short story, a busy husband and father fails to heed the quiet voice of the Lord. In doing so, he experiences the loving admonition of God whispering loudly. 2750 words, available at no charge.
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Words: 2,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465858368
About Chris M. Hibbard

Chris M. Hibbard was born in the suburbs of New Jersey, the second of three brothers. His family soon moved to Alaska, where he grew up scrambling over the mountains and beaches of a remote village wedged between thickly wooded peaks and deep fjords. His childhood shaped in him an early love for family and the outdoors, and inspired such hobbies as wildlife photography, grafting fruit trees, and hiking.

His first novel began as a collection of stories he invented to entertain his children. He, his wife and four children make their home in the Piney Woods of Texas.

To find more about the written works of Chris M. Hibbard and check for publishing updates, visit http://www.Terreldor.com

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Reviews

Review by: Sandra Renee Hicks on April 19, 2012 :
This is a gripping read. I enjoyed how it engaged. Clearly, it has a profound and important message.
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Review by: Susanna C. Mahoney on March 01, 2012 :
Silence is Golden; Listen to the wind and trees, your mind, messages everywhere.

In the Author's words;“

How does a promotion compare with this: to see my children grown and successful: committed to God and enjoying the peace only He can bring—to see my wife, cared for and surrounded by them, a loving family knit so close together? If I’d been promoted, it could in no way have added to this great treasure.”

“Yes, I will tell them. I will call them, and I will tell them this same message I’ve been telling you for so long…this message you chose not to hear. Why did you ignore me, dear child? I told you every day, and showed you in a thousand ways, but you were too busy to listen. How loudly must I whisper before you hear Me?”

They’re instructions, not memories—God sent me instructions in my dream. "

Above paragraphs are some of the written words by this author in this short enlightening story about listening to your inner conscious, to be still and know I am God. This author wrote a brief story about how a father worrying about his family was engrossed in the earthly realm obsessed with earning the money to pay for shelter, food and clothing for his family. So involved he missed the spiritual messages surrounding him every day, calling out for his attention. Until a promotion is taken away and he is angry at God for his misfortunate and being distracted gets into an accident.

Not to give any spoilers this reader will tell you to read to the conclusion to see the transformation this father and family go through suffering through the darkness to come into the light. This author should develop this narrative into a short story or spiritual messages.

The masses definitely need substance today to fight the fears and doubts in all our hearts. As a reader if the author develops his thoughts into more concentration messages I would read his works. There are hints of other works in the future.

It was light reading and an introduction to other works and his internet site; http://terreldor.net/

He is talented enough to write his thoughts and developed them into stories similar to Chicken Soup for the Soul. I give it four stars because it is not a book yet.

But hints there are other books are coming to Amazon Kindle, B&N Nook, Smashwords.com, iTunes, and other fine outlets: As a reader I will be looking for them.

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Review by: tricia potter on Jan. 22, 2012 :
Hibbard has written a short story that pulls you in, keeps your attention and then delivers a powerful and impacting twist in the end.
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Review by: jdhoward on Dec. 25, 2011 : (no rating)
An original idea and thought-provoking story for our busy lives.
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Review by: Barbara Hibbard on Dec. 22, 2011 : (no rating)
This is insightful, grabs your attention makes you feel the fathers emotions & makes you cry huge tears of empathy and understanding. It covers all emotions with a worthwhile message to live up to. Talented and heartfelt author. He will excell in his writing for sure!
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