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The Love Language of God

Narrated by: Kyle Tait
Length: 9 hrs and 21 mins
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The Holy Spirit is changing the expression and understanding of Christianity in our generation. Like a caterpillar undergoes metamorphosis in preparation for its destiny as a butterfly, the Body of Christ is in the process of a Holy Spirit-inspired metamorphosis in preparation to enter into its God-given destiny as the Bride of Christ.

Christianity is changing from being a task-oriented "doing" to becoming a relationship-oriented "being" - becoming the eternal, equally-yoked companion for the Son of God. A clear image of that loving relationship between Christ and his bride, the Church, is presented in The Love Language of God for you.

Author James Sheets presents a clear picture of the love of God as he intends for us to understand it. In the busyness of our modern lives, it is easy to forget that a love relationship is what the Lord Jesus so desires to have with every believer. A clear image of that loving relationship between Jesus and his bride, the Church, is outlined here for those who are not satisfied with status quo Christianity, and are longing to have a closer, more intimate relationship with our Savior, the Glorious Man, Christ Jesus. Don't let that intimate relationship with Jesus get lost in the everyday hubbub of life.

©2011 Destiny Image Publishers Inc (P)2015 James Sheets

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Title misleading

Struggled to listen to even half way through. It felt like a chore to listen to.

I'm not sure how this book has to do with how God communicates His love, more a theoretical book than practical. It's all a bunch of ideas about how God shows His love using examples in the Bible, but its less passionate and more dry.

Also the Author believes miracles stopped after the original apostles died out, giving a warped view of God's love. If God stopped doing miracles through His people (who are supposed to be His hands and feet) what does this say about His love towards the generations of people after the apostles. Are they not worthy of being healed of their pain and sicknesses? Does God love one generation of people more than another?

I might be getting hung up on that idea, but I don't see love when I listen to this book.

This book is forgettable and I was thankfully able to return it.

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