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In I Heard the Savior Say, Minister Sandra Bellamy gives us an enlightening glimpse into her personal relationship with God. Based on Elvina Hall’s church hymn of the same title, I Heard the Savior Say tells of discovering how God speaks to the author. She recounts existential and spiritual challenges that she has encountered, testing her patience like that of Job. Her high degree of faith has led to the discovery of randomly opening Bible pages to reveal passages and verses as revelatory affirmations of how God speaks to her. This book is born out of her strong conviction that God speaks to us in different even unorthodox ways. The author encourages others to open up to the possibility that God is always listening and that He is willing to talk to us if only we take the time to find out how He sends His message.
Minister Sandra Bellamy writes with such sweeping appeal to spiritual and emotional faculties that this book may well be the result of divine inspiration. She puts God into an intimate and personable portrait and He serves as the driving force that operates in her life. Very few books can effectively appeal to rhyme and reason. I Hear the Savior Say has thought-provoking insights that could tip the balance between miracle and coincidence. Minister Sandra Bellamy’s personal journey is a form of inspirational healing. In addition, it serves as a workbook with a short activity for reflection at the end of each chapter. This book is a friendly little keepsake, a must-read for anyone who feels lost and is second-guessing the possibilities of what the future holds for them. Give this book a chance to open a door on your path to healing.