How Can God Hear A Man Like You? by Glenn Walsh

The Prodigal & The Faithful One

How Can God Hear A Man Like You? by Glenn Walsh is a powerful story of redemption as we see a soul walking from darkness to light.

There is power in hearing people’s stories and the author’s story is incredibly powerful. He is honest as he shares his battles with demons and his addictions to drugs. Glenn Walsh’s life was washed up but God had big plans for him. “Even before I came to know Christ as my saviour, He had time and again sent His angels to protect me.” God knows us and cares for us even before we say ‘yes’ to Him.

As a child the author was brought up in the Catholic faith. His childhood was difficult and God seemed silent. “The God whom I cried out to each night just remained silent.” No evidence of God answering prayers meant that the author walked away from God – but God was not done with him. “When I was utterly lost, He [God] was there for me.” God showed up time and time again.

When the demons shouted that Glenn Walsh was no good, worthless and God would not want him. God told the author that he was loved. “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” When the demons cry out, the name of the Lord will silence them. “In the name of Jesus Christ, I command you to get out.” There is power in the name of Jesus.

Life is a spiritual battle. When the darkness descends, we can call on Jesus and He will answer.

We see the faithfulness of God within the book. We also see the faithfulness of the author – when God asks him to trust Him, the author hangs on to hope.

This is such a powerful book. We see the battles against darkness and the powers of light.

I recommend this book to all – as we see that no one is too far from the heart of God.

I received a free copy from the publishers. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.


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