Wilson, Lynne

Learning the Language of the Lord: A User’s Guide to Personal Revelation

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Each of us has felt at times that our earnest prayers have fallen on deaf ears. But perhaps it’s our hearing that needs to be checked! Based on Dr. Lynne Wilson’s popular Education Week class, this book teaches us how to understand the principles of revelation, discern the influence of the Spirit, and find the answers we are seeking. After all, heaven is truly just a prayer away.

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Each of us has felt at times that our earnest prayers have fallen on deaf ears. But perhaps it’s our hearing that needs to be checked! Based on Dr. Lynne Wilson’s popular Education Week class, this book teaches us how to understand the principles of revelation, discern the influence of the Spirit, and find the answers we are seeking. After all, heaven is truly just a prayer away.

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Each of us has felt at times that our earnest prayers have fallen on deaf ears. But perhaps it’s our hearing that needs to be checked!
With this inspirational guide to personal revelation, learn how to
• Identify spiritual toxins in your life that may be preventing you from receiving personal revelation
• Experiment on the word of the Lord and expand your knowledge by applying the scientific method to your own spiritual laboratory
• Grow up spiritually by recognizing children’s sensitivity to heavenly things
• Be the Spirit’s first responder by acting on the promptings you receive
• Embrace your weaknesses and recognize how they can strengthen your spiritual connection
Based on Dr. Lynne Wilson’s popular Education Week class and drawing from well-known scriptural events and personal anecdotes, this book teaches us how to understand the principles of revelation, discern the influence of the Spirit, and find the answers we are seeking. After all, heaven is truly just a prayer away.

About the Author

Dr. Lynne Hilton Wilson earned her PhD in theology and American religious history from Marquette University. She specialized in the study of the Holy Spirit or pneumatology. Her dissertation compared Joseph Smith s understanding of the Spirit with his contemporaries. Her master s degree focused on New Testament studies and her undergraduate on nursing. An accomplished cellist, Lynne played with the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestra. After receiving her PhD, she returned to BYU to teach as an adjunct professor in religion. Lynne has also served in the Church Educational System for the past thirty years in France, Belgium, Wisconsin, and, most recently, California. She is a popular presenter at BYU Education Week, the Society of Biblical Literature, Mormon History Association, F.A.I.R, Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology, BYU Sperry Symposium, Silicon Valley Educational Conference, and Stanford Friday Forums. Her previous publications include Christ s Emancipation of New Testament Women and articles in BYU Studies, The Interpreter, Religious Educator, and the BYU Religious Studies Center. Author Residence: Palo Alto, CA

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