Friday, February 8, 2013

When Kingdoms Clash by Cindy Trimm

I am always interested and drawn to things written from the Kingdom of God perspective. About ways that we, as believers, do not belong to this world but to the Kingdom of God. I am drawn to this first and foremost by the Holy Spirit. It helps me, helps us all, to see things in this light. This book has seemed to “strike a match” in my to speak...for through the reading of it the Lord has rekindled my faith as well as my prayer life. I feel as though I've been “re-ignited” which is just what I've been searching for in my heart and for what I've been seeking and praying to the Lord for. Not a book to be taken lightly as in a light read. Not to be read in a public place if you are like who cries when the Lord has spoken to me. You can only read this book in little increments or at least you SHOULD only read it this way as you will want to meditate upon what it was you read to get the most out of it. I was touched by the Holy Spirit at every turn of this book and needed to step away from the reading in order to give my full attention to what all the Holy Spirit was wanting to say and do. Did I say that Holy Spirit ministered to me through this book? Through this author? A few points taken from this book which I share to give you a “taste” of the “flavor” of this book are and I quote: “Chances are, whatever touches your heart in what you see day to day also touches the heart of God.” “It's time for us to find our footing and start pushing back for the things Jesus came to this earth to deliver.” “If we never realize the authority God has given us, the enemy has no reason to relinquish his.” There are many other meaty truths which I believe will pack a powerful punch in the face of the enemy and give glory to God! Thinking now...I may just highlight these points and keep this book around awhile...continue to meditate and apply what it is I learn. Do I need to say that I recommend this book? I do, I truly do. I received this book for free from the publisher in exchange for a book review through the Charisma book review program. I was not required to write a favorable review. Freely I have received and so freely I give.

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