Saturday, December 3, 2011

31 Days of Power by Ruth Myers

My first initial response to this book was that I didn’t like the way it felt in my hands. It felt like a cheap book. I also didn’t particularily care for the way the cover of it looked. However, the contents of this book was excellent.
The author shared some of the experiences with spiritual warfare that she and her late husband had while being missionaries in Asia. Also it was shared of there being spiritual warfare during the time her husband had gotten sick until the day of his death. I’d say that is pretty hefty experience.
The main jest of this book appears to be that a person should not have their full attention being on warring with demons but with helping others to be better aligned with God. It goes on to say that some may be called as full time deliverance ministers but not many. That the authors opinion of why some are called to deliverance ministry full time is because many will not do their part so a select few have to step up and do the greater part.
There is a reading for 31 days.
There are prayers based on scripture which I like a lot.
While reading this book I felt so content and felt the presence of the Holy Spirit.
I recommend this book.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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