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IS IT GOD'S SILENCE OR OUR EARS
by JAMES CORDELL
There are many voices in the world, coming from all directions and competing for attention. The purpose of this book is to challenge the reader, to listen and respond to the most powerful voice in the universe. It is a voice that some wish to hear but cannot; it is also a voice that many rejoice to hear and others dread to hear. Those who listen with attentive ears will hear the voice; it is a life-changing, life-saving voice. Our entire future depends upon our hearing and responding to the voice. It is the first voice ever heard. And it yet speaks.
This book presents the many ways God has spoken and yet speaks today. If we do not hear Him, we must ask ourselves, "Is it God's silence or our ears?"
About the Author
The author was born in Buchanan County, Virginia. He attended public schools in Tazewell Country, Virginia. He served three years in the United States Army. After completing Basic Infantry and Advanced Armored Infantry Training with the 2nd Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas, he served three years active duty in Germany with the 24th Mechanized Infantry Division. He is a graduate of the Seventh United States Army Non-Commissioned Officers Academy, Bad Tolz, Germany.
He received his bachelor of science degree in Bible from Lancaster Bible College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. After graduating, he entered full-time pastoral service. He later received his master of theology degree and doctor of ministry degree from Bethany Theological Seminary, Dothan, Alabama. As pastor, he served churches in Idaho, Washington, New York, and Pennsylvania. He is now retired from the pastoral ministry.
The author and his wife, Ruby, reside in Scottdale, Pennsylvania, where the author spends his time writing and in other related ministries. He is also the author of Evil Wind and May I Please Borrow Your Eraser?.
(2011, paperback, 114 pages)