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richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5A Compelling Collection of power packed writingOctober 16, 2010richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Spiritual Java
By: Bill and Beni Johnson, et.al.
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc.
P. O. Box 310
Shippensburg, Pa 17257
978-0768432855, $ 16.99, 2010, 250 Pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake
Explore New Spiritual Vistas for Walking in God's Perfect Plan
"Spiritual Java" is a collaboration of effort made up of a compilation of the writings from members of the pastoral staff of Bethel Church - Redding, California. The book contains 40 powerful faith building chapters. Each chapter is designed to energize, inspire, and motivate the reader to new levels of experience in Kingdom living.
The writing is motivated by a burning passion for Jesus, a passion resulting from a rich heritage in the Holy Spirit. The pages are filled with supernatural sightings of miraculous examples the gifts of signs and wonders, healing, evangelism, and prophecy in ministry.
Each chapter includes a meditation, a motivational message, and a section called "Points to Ponder." These thought provoking questions are designed to guide the reader in discovering personal life changing application for their own life and ministry. Every chapter stands alone and can be read at random or in sequence.
The book is made up of 40 faith building chapters. The theme of the individual chapters can be used as the basis for a 40 day adventure in renewal and revival. Each meditation provides thoughts for focus, reflection, with suggestions for faith building action steps. Topics include thoughts on character building, gifts of the spirit, worship, divine encounters, and pursuing your destiny.
"Spiritual Java" is ideal for anyone wanting to discover new spiritual motivation for pursuing God's plan for their life and ministry. This is a compelling collection of power packed spiritual energy builders.
As reviewed for Midwest Book Review.
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