5 Stars Out Of 5
A Prophetic Message - Refocus, and Renewal
August 13, 2012
richard r blake
Age: Over 65
Like the prophets of the Old Testament, Noel Jones and Dr. Georgiana A. Land boldly herald a message of refocus, rediscovery, renewal, and holiness in their book "Battle for the Mind: How You Can Think the Thoughts of God."
The book is divided into four parts: Becoming a spiritual person, finding your original self, enjoying Freedom in Christ, and finding peace through praise.
Each of the four parts includes:
â€¢ A comprehensive study on knowing the mind of God filled with profound theological and spiritual truth, rich in prophetic message.
â€¢ A comparison of theological and philosophical thoughts and concepts. (A look at the carefully documented chapter end-notes documents, validate the accuracy and extent of the research that has gone into this work).
â€¢ A word study with meanings, explanations, use, and applications, provide helpful insight into the translation of significant Greek and Hebrew words used in the text.
â€¢ Practical applications with suggested action steps.
The book's clarity, content, format, and the organization of material make the book an ideal foundational primer for those beginning their spiritual journey. The deep theological understanding and academic approach of the authors offer a refreshing prophetic message to the theologian, independent thinker, and philosopher.
A complete set of study notes is provided for individual or group use with suggestions for getting the most from the study. I found the exercises stimulating, causing me to be intellectually circumspect, spiritually honest, and diligent in future research and application.
"Battle for the Mind: How You Can Think the Thoughts of God" has created in me
a new hunger for knowing and experiencing the refreshing freedom of reconnecting with God, correctly interpreting His thoughts, experiencing victory in spiritual warfare, and grasping the fullness of the prophetic message breathed by the Holy Spirit, and recorded by the apostle Paul in Romans, to know the will of God for my life, the extent of his love, mercy, and grace manifest in Jesus Christ, His Son, my Savior.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.