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You are receiving revelation!Since the restoration of this Church, prophets and leaders have urged us to follow the promptings of the Spirit. But what does that mean? How can we recognize these promptings and discern them from our own thoughts, worldly influences, or even false impressions from the adversary? Such difficulties have led many faithful members to doubt whether they've ever received heavenly promptings at all! If this resonates with you, know that you are not alone.
In more than sixteen years as a full-time missionary or serving in a mission presidency, Loren Dalton has seen countless wonderful men and women in the Church struggle with doubts regarding their own abilities to receive promptings. Drawing from his own faith transformation and principles from modern prophets, Brother Dalton teaches us· how to recognize the Holy Spirit's voice and see His guidance in past experiences.· to beware of the "second voice" that comes to us immediately after the Holy Spirit's prompting.· that what we think is negative self-talk is actually one of the adversary's favorite and most dangerous tools.· what to do if a prompting doesn't make sense.· the importance of acting on even our smallest spiritual whispers.
God wants to communicate with His children. If utilized, the tools found in You Are Receiving Revelation will help us open our hearts, wade through the distractions, and listen!
Loren Grant Dalton was the 9th of 11 children born to Leonard and Davida Dalton (and the youngest in a set of twins). He grew up around a lot of people and has always been most comfortable in working with people. He graduated from the Harvard Business School and has served as the President or CEO of 5 different companies. One of Brother Dalton's greatest loves is missionary work. He has served in a full-time mission for over 16 years of his life (as a missionary, president or in the presidency, both in the U.S. and Brazil). While serving as mission president, Brother Dalton saw far too many missionaries (and members, as well) who felt that they had never had a prompting of the Spirit. They wondered what was wrong with them. Although he didn't consider himself to be a writer, this was a book he knew needed to be written. Brother Dalton married his high school sweetheart, Annette Nielsen, in 1984. They are the parents of four children.