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While I believe that every Christian needs to read this, I would not read it unless you are willing to be taken out of your comfort zone, to be challenged, brought back to your first love (Jesus) and to be changed and even to go to a quiet place and, if necessary, get on your knees and thank God for all He has done for you and then ask Him to forgive for all the opportunities where you know you have not obeyed the prompting of His Spirit to minister to those around you, but more importantly to ask Him to help you to be fully attentive to hearing His promptings and act on them in obedience not matter what.
We have all been disobedient to His promptings, but maybe we have not asked for forgiveness or realised how our disobedience has grieved the Spirit or caused that person's situation to become worse because of this disobedience or contributed or nearly contributed to their decision to reject Christ.
Here are some of the thoughts and feelings I experienced while reading this short story:
"Sobering, a wake-up call, guilt, tears, joy, forgiveness, redemption, God's grace, the love of Christ, to live as if the Book of Harvest exists, life changing, Christ focused, those who don't know Him, the Great Commission."
This is one unique, never to forget, uplifting and God honouring short story. I have no doubt that the Holy Spirit inspired and guided Francis in writing this, to quote him,
"Unfortunately, I don't feel like I can take any credit for The Book of the Harvest.Read more ›
The Book of the Harvest is a work that I believe was inspired by the Holy Spirit. Brad Francis poured his very heart into this book. There are books that will be opened in heaven, but as Brad said, this particular book is not mentioned in the Bible. I believe that is because there would be more tears in heaven than on earth if every believer saw what the effects of disobedience yielded; how our fear, indifference or prejudices made an eternal difference in who we see in eternity. It was a very quick read, but it was a book that I will reread over and over. I don't say that many books have truly changed my life, but I do believe this one will. I pray that it does. If you want to truly see into the heart of Jesus, read this book.
This short story brought me to tears multiple times as I read. It's not often that I'll give five stars to a book that makes me so uncomfortable, but the discomfort came for all the right reasons. God has really used this to help me see the opportunities and possibilities around me through new eyes. One conversation, one act of kindness, could make a difference for eternity. What are we sacrificing when we choose to turn away instead of to let God use us to touch someone's life?
I really think every Christian should read this!
You might not entirely agree with the author's view of Heaven. But the most important thing about this book is that Brad Francis says we should live as if this book of lists really exists. But the truth is, we never really want to see our list. Never. In the book, it's clear that you only get one chance to see this list, but, let's just say, it would make you happy if you had no list. Let's just say, if you took pains to keep this list empty, maybe there would be less need for the verse that says, "God shall wipe away tears".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wow. So much packed into about 44 pages. Every Christian needs to read this book. I cried and did a lot of thinking and praying. I always want to listen to the Holy spirit. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Terry, Ohio
This book will change your spiritual life about being sensitive to listening to the Holy Spirit. For on thing, it takes away the barriers that we use when it comes to making... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Green Fire
A short read that will touch you in a profound way. How many times do we shut out the Holy Spirit in the name of being too busy? Read morePublished on August 6, 2013 by Diana A.
The Book of the Harvest is one of the most touching and heartfelt books that I have ever read. While reading it. I found myself taking a good look at my own life. Read morePublished on August 3, 2013 by Karen
This was such an amazing read. I found myself with tears streaming down my face at one point and by the end, wow...I had such a repentant heart. A not-to-be-missed short story. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Readitwithme
I really loved this book. It is an eye opener. Makes one think! Now I have to watch every opportunity so that one does not slip by me causing me to end up in the same regrettful... Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by Dianna Ramon
I'm already a fan of Brad Francis after having read "Emaline's Gift." "The Book of Harvest" is a short read that can be read in less than 2 hours, but in that little bit of time,... Read morePublished on July 26, 2013 by Cynthia
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