The truth about the lies.
Do you ever find yourself believing things others have told you about your life, your walk with God, the church, or even how you should interpret the Bible? Have you lived your life based upon a lie that someone has spoken into your life? Pastor Gail Dudley's "Who told you that?" exposes the reality about some of those beliefs and assumptions.
Genesis 1:1 reveals to us, "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." Over and over again throughout the first chapter of Genesis God declares, "It was good." It's all good! So what's up with the woman in Genesis chapter three? What in the world? She, like many of us today, allows others to whisper in our ears the lies of the enemy that, in turn, fill our minds with false information. Prayerfully this book will open your eyes, get you thinking, and lead you to ask yourself, and others, "Who Told You That?" It's time to expose the deception and to live into the truth.
Publisher: Highly Recommended Int'l
Many Religious Warfare authors encourage battles, but Gail Dudley is wiser. "Who Told You That?" encourages questions whose answers let readers walk away from battles before they start, which leaves the snake no reader to bite. How frustrating for the snake! How great for the reader! I have been looking for this wisdom, mostly in vain, but she has it.
Equally important, "Who Told You That?" encourages receiving answers directly from God. This is another wisdom I have been looking for, also mostly in vain. Many authors suggest what their readers might tell God, but don't say much, if anything, about what God might say to their readers. Gail Dudley expects her readers to receive answers directly from God when they ask questions like those suggested in "Who Told You That?" Once again, rare wisdom great for the reader!
If you have no use for books about fighting with demons, you can use "Who Told You That?" for dodging their tricks. Gail Dudley cares little about where the tricks began, nor what route they took in reaching us. What counts for Gail Dudley is catching tricks when they reach us. She says sometimes we need God's input to catch tricks, so we should accept that help freely, and even ask for it, no stigma attached. This is marvelous wisdom. She also says we improve with practice, which I think is also wisdom. At least, I know I have improved with age, and she freely admits to starting with less wisdom than she has now.
"Who Told You That?" says we can be rescued long before we need to be exorcised, and thanks to God's input those rescues make us better than we were before. An encouraging message for people who want to receive more input from God