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21 Days of Faith Challenge is a short book, just 21 days, but is full of great applications in prayer and Scriptures. Each chapter includes Scriptures of encouragement and prayer in a statement of gratitude toward God. How, when we pray as if we are speaking to God and pray Scriptures, it can be life-changing. As we learn to pray these Scriptures back to God, we are changed. We can easily get caught up in the busyness of life and not take the time to pray but these are short readings and short prayers that are powerful with a big impact. Each of the 21 days covers areas of faith, worry, trust, challenges, surrender, relying on God not ourselves, sitting at Jesus' feet, nevertheless, overcoming lies with God's truth and instead of worrying to prayer and application of these Scriptures in each of these areas. A great devotional for each day.
~~I received an e-book copy of this book for a review~~
Based on the fact that a new habit can start in 21 days, the author presents daily lessons for growing faith. She begins with scriptural definitions of faith.
She discusses how to know one is living a life of faith, how to recognize enemies of faith (worry kills faith immediately), and what to do when God seems far away and life feels buried under a thick fog. She stresses the importance of speaking faith words, but also being honest and real about our emotions and circumstances.
The basics of faith are talking to God (prayer) about everything (learning total dependence on him) and listening to God (Bible reading and study) and to that still, small voice of the Holy Spirit. Then obeying what we hear.
The author and her husband are full time Christian ministry workers. They learned to live in faith from personal experiences and study. Hits wrote that sometimes walking in faith can feel like jumping off a cliff blindfolded. She regularly quotes outstanding faith thoughts from famous people, such as Mother Teresa.
Ms. Hitz gave wonderful examples and insights into walking in/by faith. I enjoyed her writing style and look forward to reading other books by her.
Whether you have strong faith or just learning to walk in faith you will find nuggets/treasures in this book that will boost your faith to greater dimensions.
Get ready for an adventure in faith!
It was an enjoyable book but in all honesty I cannot say that it increased my faith. At this point in my life, age seventy-four, widowed, living alone, and with no extra money, I feel that about all I have is faith in God and the knowledge that He loves me and has a place in heaven for me one day. I had an incident a few weeks ago that was very upsetting and I admit that for a few minutes I cried, moaned, and groaned but then I said to myself, this is silly for there is nothing that I can do and God is in control so why am I even thinking about the problem. The problem is still there but I can honestly say that I have not thought about it in several weeks. If it does pop into my mind then I just remember that God is in control and He will handle the problem and I give thanks for that knowledge.
The author did a good job writing the book and I feel that she put her heart into the writing. I know that it was probably hard to bare her soul for some of the stories but she did and her book is and will be a great help to many women.
I recommend this book to anyone who is having trouble with their faith in God even though I did not feel it was of particular help to me.
Thank you to the author, Shelley Hitz , for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.