This engaging novel includes a presentation of the four keys to hearing God’s voice, offered to the main character by a stranger on a bus. Jeff discovers God’s email address and the amazing words he receives from God bring inner healing, personal growth and direction. This book is written by Tim Koop, who learned two-way journaling by watching a TV interview with Mark Virkler.
The book's story line
Corporate email servers are being hacked. Private information is sold to the highest bidder. And they're blaming the software company.
Jeff, a shy computer programmer, tries to stop the corporate espionage before the men with guns stop him, permanently. This fast-paced thriller takes another turn when Jeff discovers God has an email address, and they start talking. God helps him with his past, his present, and then helps him catch the bad guys.
God's Email Address is a four-day action-packed adventure in software, guns, and God. Read it today.
I just finished reading this book and I love it! First, it is a great story that kept me involved from beginning to end. The contemporary themes were totally relatable, even when the technical jargon was over my head. (And I loved Garth’s jokes of the day!) The story is very well done and the characters were well-developed and recognizable. But of course, for me the best part was the conversations with the Lord. They are perfect, and every one touched my heart. Though they are so similar to what we hear over and over from people who learn to hear from God, they are fresh and new and personal every single time. And I laughed out loud when we met Mark on the bus!
This is a great story that should be promoted so many more can learn about the Father’s great love for us.
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In Tim’s own words – how he learned to hear God’s voice
Hello Mark Virkler,
I first found you a number of years when you were on It's A New Day in Winnipeg. Hearing from God was an idea I was interested in, but when you said you guaranteed I would hear from God if I followed all four steps, I was so shocked you had the nerve to say that that I bought your book. And then I read it. And then I practiced it. My wife and I practiced every morning. Sometimes she would get something, and sometimes I would get something. Sometimes it was frustrating to try and fail and not get anything, but then her success would encourage me or my success would encourage her. It took about three months to finally catch on to how this hearing-from-God thing worked.
Of course it completely changed our lives.
At first, God would tell me he loved me, and I would feel choked up or cry. Eventually after many "I love you’s," my heart finally got filled up. Now I happily say back to him, "I love you too!". And I'm even on the Prophetic Ministry team at our church.
Anyway, a few years ago I felt God saying to me "Write!", but I had no idea what he was talking about, and he didn't give any details. I was, and still am, a computer programmer. So after a few days, I finally said, "OK, Fine. I'll start a blog." So I blogged every week for over a year. They were articles, except a few were stories. Then God convinced me to write only stories (like Jesus). So I wrote a short story every week for over a year. Then I wrote a whole eighty thousand word novel.
I have dedicated that novel to you, Mark Virkler.
What is the book about, you ask? It's about hearing from God, wrapped in a veil of a techno-thriller. Just like Paul says, "To the Jew I become a Jew," I also become a thriller writer to reach thriller readers.