Book Review: Whisper

Ron Aguilera

4 Stars

December 3, 2017

One of the things that drew to this book was the title. Whisper. In a world of noise, it is hard to hear a whisper. Do you struggle to hear the voice of God? If so, then Batterson’s latest book may be one to check out.

The premise of this book is that God still speaks to us today. It didn’t just happen in biblical times. However, most of the time, God uses a still-small voice that is not always easy to recognize. Batterson points out seven different love languages God uses to communicate: Scripture, Desires, Doors, Dreams, People, Promptings, and Pain. To illustrate each of these love languages, the author uses various personal stories and biblical examples.

This book is a bit more technical in its references than some other books I have read by Batterson. However, that is not to say that it is not meaningful to the average reader and their everyday life. Most people are overwhelmed by the busyness dictated by today’s society, making it easy to miss the voice of God. This book can open the reader’s eyes to notic