still whispers

Still Whispers CoverI think everybody should go through this exercise: Turn 50, write a book about the things you think you’ve learned. When I mentioned to an acquaintance that I was working on this project, he snickered and asked if I had found enough to write about. I smiled and admitted that I had decided to stop at 250 pages. Of course, I’ve been known to run off at the mouth! So, blathering along for 250 pages really isn’t a problem for me.

Silliness aside, I have for many years pondered how life works: How do I know that a decision is the right decision? How do I create an environment of success for myself and those around me? How can I be sure that I’ll look back on my life ten, twenty, thirty years from now and think, “Ya know…ya did okay.” (Of course, most of all, I have always wanted to know that when I stood before Him, He would say, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”)

Still Whispers is a compilation built from conversations over dinner. I have been blessed with friends who have afforded me their fellowship and wisdom. And my life is richer for it.

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2 comments on “still whispers

  1. Phil, I have so appreciated your gift of communicating God’s principles in your writing. As you may or may not know, your sweet wife and my friend loaned me her autographed copy of your book “Still Whispers”. I had came to her with a heavy heart and needing direction for some family issues that I needed to address. Instead, it addressed life changes that I needed to put in to place for me to get the noise out so I could hear God whisper to me. I have since ordered a copy for myself and have encouraged many others to read it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me to find peace again no matter the outcome here at home. I am hopeful that my being able to view what is spirit and what is of the flesh with help me to relate differently to those here at home and beyond.
    God’s blessing to you and all those people who you encourage on your lunches/meetings. I’m hoping to pay it forward.

    • Lori!
      Thank you so much for the kind words. I’m very glad it was useful. We are all on this journey together and if I can do something to encourage someone in their journey in any way, I am very grateful.
      All the best in your journey with him,

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