God Interpreters: No Love Lost in Translation (Paperback)
God Interpreters: No Love Lost in Translation is a book that is pragmatic, innovative, and instructional. Using biblical concepts, it makes the unseen realm both visible and tangible. In this book, you are invited to get to know the Holy Spirit as a person, not an impersonal force but rather a friend, comforter, counselor, guide, teacher, and constant helper. Mathias shares what he calls the "sequence of three." The first is to recognize God's voice, then to understand what He is saying, and then how to respond to His voice. There is always a responsibility that comes with responding to His voice. In John 10:27, it says, "My sheep hear my voice and I know them and they follow me." Part of God knowing us is also knowing how He speaks to us so we can understand Him and understand His voice. A voice is the sound that communicates the content of a language. Language has four primary ways to communicate with us: verbal, nonverbal, written, and visual. God's language is expressed in all of these ways.
As we experience an increase in revelation being poured out in these days (Acts 2), we will also be experiencing the sequence of three in prophetic revelation: godly revelation, soulish prophecy, and false prophecy. God Interpreters: No Love Lost in Translation will give practical insight and a wisdom perspective on the Office of the Prophet, the seven-mountain mandate, how to function in the marketplace, prophecy and healing in the workplace, and manifesting the invisible God.
The questions for reflection at the end of each chapter enable you to think through the content and will benefit those who take the time to contemplate them.
-Aaron and Jill-Marie Evans, The Emerging Daniel Company Int'l