Sequel to Caldwell s The Listener A novel about John Godfrey s sanctuary, the strange and beautiful sanctuary is a place where the Man who Listens waits to comfort the despairing of the world the unloved, the frustrated, the hopeless to whom no one listens Truly a modern religious novel, one that speaks to the great problem of spiritual aridity of the age The world has no answer to the most terrible need of the human spirit Someone to listen....
|Title||:||No One Hears but Him|
|Publisher||:||Fawcett September 12, 1981|
|Number of Pages||:||565 Pages|
|File Size||:||971 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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No One Hears but Him Reviews
This insightful sequel to "The Listener" just might give you a clue -- as well as a few answers to your own questions! Still very timely!
I first read this book when I was in either high school or college. I was looking for books at that time with Christian themes, because as a new Christian, I wanted further thought and encouragement.
This book gave me such peace while watching the problems of the world discussed with Jesus. A beautiful story of such hope!
I was bumfoozled at first, but I caught on and liked each story more than those that came before it. Some very heartbreaking Stories are told. Some very sad stories are told. A serious story to listen to and learn from.
I have read this book many times and it is just as moving each time. Taylor Caldwell was one of the best writers in her generation.
Written as a continuation of The Listener, twelve more lost souls are brought to God. Excellent. Similar to Dialogues With The Devil.
Although this was written in the 1960s, it is still very relevant to the way things are going today. The short individual stories make it very easy to read one at bedtime when you just want to read a bit before turning out the light or several for those nights when sleep just isn't coming!
A different take on things in life. Interesting to read.