Rated 4.83/5 based on 24 reviews
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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Victor Luba reviewed on Aug. 26, 2015

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catandmouse reviewed on Feb. 12, 2015

I like how he slowly learns to see from a new perspective. I've been trying to do some of that in my own life recently so I found this story encouraging. Thanks.
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TobySumner reviewed on Jan. 30, 2015

What a touching story.
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Shannon83 reviewed on Jan. 29, 2015

Good concept...listening, not enough of it being done in today's world. I am sure this will appeal to people all of faiths and backgrounds. Nice work.
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SharonJM reviewed on Jan. 28, 2015

I don't necessarily agree with all that is said in this book, but it puts forward some pretty amazing hypotheses. Fiction, yeah, but very plausible too.
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willie wonka reviewed on July 28, 2014

This is a different perpective on religion. I like that the novel tries to see the positive side, though not ignoring the negative side of the religions it presents. It paints a picture of what it could be like if people genuinely sought unity with one another without getting bogged down in religious and ideological competition.
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MaureenBonny reviewed on May 27, 2014

I can't say enough good about this more than worthy five star novel about End Times/bible prophecy.
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BFHardy reviewed on May 24, 2014

I liked the sincerity (honest) approach to the many different people who came together after simply listening to the spirit (God), and following it...
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el moscar reviewed on May 12, 2014

Really liked the concept of listening, and the notion of a supernatural gathering of sincere people. Top notch read.
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HarmonicTonic reviewed on May 12, 2014

Really good follow on from 'Survivors'.

I liked the element of listening (in a spiritual way), and the development of the characters awareness's, and how it all ties in with discernment.
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