Listening

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Be still, and know...

When Chaim Rosenberg starts to hear things in the Spirit, he soon learns that others are hearing them too. With the help of a small group of Australian Aborigines, spiritually sensitive people from throughout Australasia are drawn together in a movement that will mark the start of a new age in human consciousness. More
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Review by: john chucks VIII on Oct. 29, 2013 : star star star star star
I'm enjoying this book. I particularly like how people learn to work together for a bigger pupose despite thier differences. I've tried it before and I know that it's not easy.
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Review by: Skiza on Oct. 19, 2013 : star star star star star
Interesting characters! I loved the "downunder" flavor.
Nice to be given an insight into how other religions and philosophies may react to Bible prophecies. It's a shame that such tolorance and universal brotherhood is so rare in this world.
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Review by: notes from the underworld on Sep. 23, 2013 : star star star star star
This book gave me the chills - but in a good way!

I very much appreciated the sincerity of the characters, and their ability to look beyond religious differences and see their common purpose.

It was very inspiring, and hopeful.
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Review by: Ed Sharpe on Sep. 12, 2013 : star star star star star
Way beyond what I ever imagined!! Not only does the author have a gift for entertainment, some of the most important spiritual truths you will EVER hear are brought to life by McKay in this unassuming little book.

All I can say is thank you for putting to pen such eternally shocking and deeply rewarding truths. My life will never be the same after taking to heart and putting my feet to the same path which these characters walked.
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Review by: ShaktiBetween on Sep. 11, 2013 : star star star star star
I really enjoyed reading "Listening". It is quite spiritual, has moving scenes, and comes with characters from all sorts of backgrounds.

It's great that the Australian Aborigines play a big role in this novel.

I highly recommend "Listening", not only because it's an inspiring read, but also because it gives further insight into why each one of us is on this planet, and about how we should use our time here.
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Review by: BookemLou on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
I decided to download this book after reading another book by the same author (called 'Armageddon for Beginners'). While my main interest lies in Bible studies rather than stories, I still found this book to be very captivating. The main character shows a great deal of humility and a willingness to do God's will, which I think is really missing amongst most Christians today. It was exciting to read a novel which gives an insight into what the end days might very well be like.
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Review by: John Barlow on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
In the not too distant future, a motley crew of truth hungry individuals from different backgrounds and beliefs are serendipitously thrown together because of their one common goal... Love.

An inspiring read, with a vibrant plot, and some very interesting challenges that befall the characters within it.
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Review by: ben martin on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
Muy bueno! I read it in an afternoon! :) I thought Listening had a really good message of sincerity and how God is bigger than all of the boxes we try to stuff him into.

There is important character development in the early chapters, which while it can feel a bit slow at times, is an integral part of the book. I also thought the book dealt with a number of difficult social/political/spiritual issues in a sensitive way.

This novel left me feeling inspired and challenged, and I recommend it for those seeking a clearer understanding of life in the end-times. Good one to read in conjunction with McKay's other book, Armageddon for Beginners.
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Review by: DeadlyYorker on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
A very good read.

A good reminder that anyone can hear from God, without having to be part of an organised religion. In fact, sometimes it can be helpful to get out of organised religion to hear from God.

Well done Dave McKay!
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Review by: Lucy Brown on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
This novel really grabbed my attention.
It is interesting what Chaim goes through and how it actually really could take place. I like the different cultures coming together and working towards making the world a better place.
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Review by: Con scious on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
I loved reading this book, especially as it reflects the idea that sincere people, no matter what tradition or background they are from, will be drawn together in desperate times. Thanks to the author for making this book accessible and free. It is a real gift to read.
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Review by: Harold Armstrong on Sep. 10, 2013 : star star star star star
The book makes it very clear that God wants to have a close relationship with us, if we just take the time to listen to him.

I found that an amazing and inspirational thought, and have started to listen and learn more in my everyday walk with God.

Great stuff!
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Review by: Joe Blow on Sep. 08, 2013 : star star star star star
Definitely a page-turner. Every chapter is a story in itself, yet it all flows together into a believable thriller dealing with how things could happen in the not-so-distant future. McKay has captured aspects of spirituality from a number of different sources (in particular, Australian Aboriginal culture) and painted a picture of a movement and world events which could fit the descriptions that many religions have about a coming Messiah and the events preceding his arrival. I understand that this is part of a trilogy. Look forward to seeing the other two titles.
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