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A dynamic, practical, faith-filled response to the evil rising around us.
It's difficult to hear the growing daily reports of evil in our society without a degree of fear. Seen from a human perspective, things appear hopeless. But as we consider the spiritual perspective of those same events, we can - and will - see what purpose those struggles serve in God's plan.
In this book, pastor and author Phil Hotsenpiller will help you begin to connect the dots between biblical prophecies about lawlessness with current events. As you begin to see God's perspective, you will gain a more confident outlook for the future. God is trying to get our attention, show us how to get past our fears, and help us respond with faith to the evil we see all around us. Regardless of what we see on the news, God is still in control. Here are practical, everyday ways we can move forward with hope and determination to make our world a better place until the return of Jesus Christ.
©2017 eChristian (P)2017 eChristian
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3 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 09-05-17

A Call to Spiritual Action in Increasingly Dark Da

A stirring call to spiritual renewal somewhat dampened by various unsupported or questionable biblical assertions and/or interpretations. I enjoyed the history parts and generally liked the book. But I'm a little troubled that the author commends numerous debatable biblical positions with little or no exegetical support that ultimately chipped away at my trust in his ability to precisely relate truth about issues I know less about. Examples topics would include: the gap theory in the creation account, that Isaiah 14 refers to Satan, the spurious textual variant in Mt 17:21/Mk 9:29 used to support teaching that fasting represents a higher level of spiritual warfare, advocating Christians binding of the strongman/spiritual powers without a lot of explanation, denying that we should pray for the sick but rather for their healing without addressing the question of Paul's thorn in the flesh, and advocating--based on the distinction between logos and rhema--that the sword of the Spirit is not the Word of God but a timely word from the Spirit about the Way of God. I get that many good men hold some, if not all, of these positions, but referencing them in a matter of fact tone, the author was losing my support. Ironically, I don't think we're all that apart on the books main message.

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5 out of 5 stars
By musiccomposer on 07-26-17

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Great, well rounded, easy to understand, and relevant. There is the connection of hope that even though there is lawlessness (like ISIS for example), God is in control of history (past, current, future). Get it, share it, use it as a witness tool!

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