You woke up today. You chose to read this and now you have to choose what you will do with the rest of your day. Will you give in to the temptations of overindulgence that we all face each day?
Whether it is is food, alcohol, drugs, shopping, gambling, social media or some other self-harming behavior, will you choose to do what you were created to do? It’s hard to change. We all need HOPE. Fortunately, because God created us for His purposes He will give us the Help, Opportunity, Praise and Encouragement (HOPE) to make the right choices. He will speak to us all, as He did to Linda Larson Schlitz in this book, and tell us how to do it. You only need to open the pages of Speak to Me God I’m Listening and take one day at a time. One step at a time. One verse at a time. Do that 365 times in the next year and you will have such an intimate relationship with your creator that you will change the world around you without even trying. Are you ready to find God’s purpose for your life and enjoy the power to carry it out? Then open the book and listen. God will speak to you too.
Linda Larson Schlitz has a master’s degree in counseling and has been providing HOPE to others for 43 years since she came to a spiritual awakening through reading the Bible and praying for God to speak to her in a way she could understand. Linda heard God and since then she has been used throughout the world to change lives by her own example of overcoming adversity. She is the recipient of the 2010 Red Cross Hometown Hero Award, the prestigious Athena Award and commendations from past Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin for “being an excellent role model for others to follow,” and “contributing to the well-being and quality of life for the citizens of Wisconsin.”
ENDORSEMENTS «Addictions go deep. They’re not simply behavior choices. Rather, they’re a result of our identity—the way we see ourselves. In Speak to Me God I’m Listening, Linda shares her conversations with God that bring about renewed hope and fresh faith. Be ready to see yourself with new eyes and get unstuck in the process. —Kary Oberbrunner, author of Your Secret Name.»