Face to Face: Seeking a Personal Relationship with God
Is it possible to talk with God as Moses did—face to face? This is not only what we long for, but what God also ardently desires. For Moses that may have meant an actual physical encounter, but for most of us it is an expression that suggests friendship, open communication, honesty, and the conversations of familiarity. But how is that done? And how can we learn how God speaks to us individually? Bestselling author S. Michael Wilcox explores the scriptural expressions and concepts of “pouring out,” “wrestling,” being “filled with desire,” and “knocking” at the door Jesus promised would open to us— particularly in those times when we deeply need heaven to hear us and to confirm to our souls that more than our words are being received.
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By Janet, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I love love love Michael Wilcox's writings, and cd's. Any chance this will come out on a cd? I love to listen as I'm driving to work etc., It starts my day off on the right foot.
By Cheryl, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I have enjoyed many of Dr. Wilcox's books. Referencing his personal experiences always help me to better understand the lesson/point he is making. In Face-To-Face, those personal experiences and his message are even more meaningful as he mentions experiences that were/are difficult for him. Showing his vulnerabilities make the ideas he presents more real as he has struggled with the some of the same things I struggle/have struggled with. I highly recommend this book to those individuals who are looking for ways to enhance their relationship with our Father in Heaven.
By Paula, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I thoroughly enjoyed S. Michael Wilcox’s newest book, “Face to Face:A Personal Relationship with God". His personal stories and insights make for an easy read yet open naturally to the reader’s opportunity for personal reflection. I was happy to see that as a convert to the Church, I also have struggled with the question, “Why wasn’t I taken from this earth before I was eight years of age – still pure and a candidate for the Celestial Kingdom” and “Why? . . . Wasn’t I good enough?” I found great wisdom and direction in this well-written book from one of my favorite speakers/writers.
I would give this book a 5-Star rating.