Sunday, December 6, 2015

Book Review: Spiritual Warfare and Prayer

This book is about the art of engaging in spiritual warfare and using effective spiritual weapons to abort the enemy's plans against your destiny. The unique quality of this book is that it delves into the dream world the realm of the prophetic. It's not just another book on prayer but a prototype, anointed, captivating and very informative with revelation on Frontline warfare.

My Review:

DNF. I got this book through the Firstreads giveaway and I expected more. This book is written in the style of someone who really wants to be an expert in what they're saying but doesn't want to put the years of theology study in to make it.

My first issue is the use of the word "prophet" because if you're an evangelist, call it what it is. There has been no use for prophetic dreams or burning bushes ever since the bible was made physical because we know what God wants. We know the answers and what His rules are.

The use of the phrase "corporate prayer" was weird and could have been rephrased but it wasn't a huge deal.

Not like Paraphrasing scripture and quoting verses out of context. THAT was the last straw. 

Do yourself a favor and get a book written by an actual expert in theology. Read something written by someone who knows what they're talking about.

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