Meditations from the Mountain

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Xulon Press, 2002 - 152 pages
Throughout the Word of God, readers find that God has a way to talk to His people. As a God of variety, He spoke to Moses from a burning bush, Elijah by way of the wind, to Noah through a rainbow, and to Belshazzar from handwriting on a wall. God is always speaking. The questions is, are we listening or hearing? In Meditations from the Mountain, Apostle H. Daniel Wilson records that God is always talking if we take the time to listen. On his third spiritual sabbatical, Apostle H. Daniel Wilson records messages from God to His people by way of unique things: from clouds to broken bottles, from power poles to signs on the road.

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Contents

Acknowledgments xiii
15
Day Four
21
Day Seven
29
Day Eight
33
Day
47
Day Twelve
63
Day Thirteen
71
Day Fourteen
83
Day Fifteen
91
Day Sixteen
101
Day Seventeen
115
Day Eighteen
123
Day Nineteen
131
Day Twenty
139
Day Twenty
147
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