Review: The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis

Reading The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis will give the reader a new level of understanding of the different topics Lewis wrote about. It will open the mind of the reader and give them a deeper appreciation of Lewis’s writing style. As a fan of Lewis, I felt Jerry Root and Mark Neal gave me a treasure by exposing the gems Lewis inserted into his stories and letters.

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Review: The Power of the Prophetic Blessing

The Power of the Prophetic Blessing takes the reader into the Old and New Testament of the Bible and teaches them about the blessings mentioned within its pages. The Priestly Blessing and the Prophetic Blessing are both touched upon; however, the main focus is on the Prophetic Blessing. The Prophetic blessing is a blessing spoken, in prayer, onto another by someone who has spiritual authority to do so; it’s about the future of that person and the path God has chosen for them.

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Review: On This Day in Christian History

There is one devotional a day, which I liked because it didn’t feel intimidating. Each page gave you the title and story, the date, and the Bible verse or verses; no page numbers in this book. The story given for each day differs but all the stories direct you inward. They make you think about the person you just read and due to the story, you tend to spiritually inspect yourself. The verse at the end helps encompass the reading.

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