Sunday, July 1, 2012

Visions of the Coming Days Review

  • Paperback: 219 pages
  • Publisher: Chosen Books (May 15, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 080079530X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0800795306
::From the back of the book::
Are You Prepared for What Is to Come?

We are living in uncertain times. As we watch society spiral downward, we cannot help but wonder, deep down, what is going to happen to our world.

R. Loren Sandford, internationally respected for his integrity, accuracy and insight, casts a poignant, detailed, biblically grounded prophetic vision for the future. Yet within his sober reflection, he reveals the heart of the Father and the hope of glory for the Body of Christ. With clarity and piercing biblical insight, he helps believers understand what is to come, giving you practical advice on how to prepare spiritually for the events that will unfold--and for your role in all of it.

::My Thoughts::
Our world is in a state of trouble. Times are more uncertain now than ever before, and things seem to be getting worse by the minute. A time when everyone throws caution to the wind, and does whatever they want to do with reckless abandon. This book not only points out visions of the coming days, but provides scripture to support the author's prophecies.
It was hard to put this book down, and it kept my full attention. It's not a book you want to read unless your ready to think because this book will make you think, pray, and crave more all at the same time. It will open your eyes to things you have often wondered yourself, or things you couldn't have even comprehended on your own. To put it mildly it will tingle your reader senses!
It's well researched with a blend of biblical history, personal experience, and eye-opening prophecies.
In this ever changing world this is a book I would recommend to any Christian to keep rooted in your faith. Once you get into reading you won't be able to put it down. This book will have any Christian or non-Christian examining their own personal relationship and thoughts on God. I loved the fact this isn't your typical read, but is something where as you read you feel as if you are included in a discussion that is invigorating. The author keeps with you the entire way through and I never felt lost or discouraged. I did find myself putting this book down often and just thinking before picking it back up and reading some more.
This book doesn't feel like a lecture, and is easy for any adult reader to understand. I am even going to recommend it for further reading to my church reading group so others can enjoy.
I love that this book is not just a book you can read, but study and discover your own insights which you may not have even thought you have. This book even points out that rather than point the finger at some individuals and condemn them, maybe we should just pray for them. They need prayer as well, and as all of us get from time to time maybe they are just a bit misguided.
I felt invigorated when I read this book, and I urge my fellow readers out there to give it a try. We do most definitely live in uncertain times. Nothing is certain in this world besides God, and this book will make you take a step back and take comfort in the fact that no matter what God is by our side. It will also have you taking a look at your self, and will definitely have you wanting to better yourself as a Christian.
This book prepares us of what is to come, and the author provides insightful advice as if you are talking to an old friend. We all have a role in this world, and we all have a role in what is yet to come. We cannot change the things that are to come, but we can be waiting to help any of those who may need it.

This book is available as Paperback & Kindle & Nook 

I rated this 5 stars on Goodreads & Amazon

Disclaimer: I received this book from Chosen, a division of Baker Publishing Group in exchange for my unbiased review. All opinions expressed are solely my own.

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