Monday, July 28, 2014

Debt-Proof Living by Mary Hunt

I have been a fan of Mary Hunt for a number of years. The first publications I became aware of and then did subscribe to was a monthly newsletter called “Cheapskate Monthly.” This most recent book of Mary Hunts is a wonderful little nugget of a book. Her goal is to teach others how to get out of debt and stay out of debt. She shares wonderful insights as to how to reach such goals. She is also quite transparent and shares how she herself made many mistakes in her personal finances before learning how to end all that foolishness and then to mature and learn how to get things all straightened out. I have read other books by different authors on the subject of getting out of debt and preparing for the future so you see I am really desiring to be set free in this area of finances. If you too are desiring to be set free from mismanaging your own finances and learning how to get things back on track then this book is for you! Mary has outlined a plan of action and steps you can take to get it all started. Since reading the book I have begun doing these steps. I have already obtained some financial freedom before this as have been chiseling away at my own debts. Some of the things she shared I already knew but it gave me confidence to see I was doing the right thing. Other things I had not heard of doing and so am glad for having gotten this book and for having read it. Lastly it is most important to not just read the book but to implement the things you have learned. I hope the best for you in your own personal journey of becoming debt free and in staying that way! I recommend this book. I received this book for free in exchange for a book review through the Revell Publishing book review program. I was not required to write a favorable review.

Sharing Christ With The Dying by Melody Rossi

I am not a stranger of being alongside of someone I love while they lay in their death bed. I can tell you that if I'd of had this book in my hand it during those times that it would have made everything so much easier. Not only is there information about what signs to look for when your loved one is dying but there are also practical things mentioned which will be needed to know during such times as these. This book is going to be kept in my own personal library to be taken back off of the shelves in times of need. I also plan to loan it out to others who may be in this particular season. It would be best read when you are in a season of a loved one getting ready to pass on. I highly recommend it. I received this book for free in exchange for a free book review through the Bethany House publishers book review program. I was not required to write a favorable review.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

People, Pigs & Principalities: The Reality and Power of the Supernatural in Your Life by Don Dickerman

This is a book written on the subject of Biblically based deliverance. Deliverance is something I have a personal interest and some experience in and I have not read a whole lot of books on this subject. The author, Don Dickerman, shares many testimonies about deliverance which I always love to read about. Don Dickerman also biblically backs what he shares. Don shares sound teachings written in a manner that is easy to digest. There were points made by the author that were eye-opening to me which explained how people end up getting hurt when stepping out in deliverance. Helped me to understand why I personally have gotten “into trouble” and for me it was out of ignorance. I believe many are doing things out of ignorance and things not Biblically based. Things need to line up with the Word of God. Reading this book has helped me see the error of my ways and I know it will help you as well. It is a good idea for all Christians to have some knowledge on this subject and then there are some who are called to be “specialists” in this field. Which are you? I wholly recommend this book to you! I received this book for free in exchange for a free book review from Charisma House Publishing through book review program. I was not required to write a favorable review.