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The Path of the Chosen Warriors: A Christian Romantic Thriller Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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For instance, I was having problems that was ongoing regardless of what I did, and believe me I own quite a few books on spiritual warfare. None of them really helped. Finally I realized that I was being forced to choose either God or family. I said to God, "If I have to choose between them and you, I'm choosing you." The problem just kinda disappeared after that, not that it's all a bed of roses now, but it is a whole lot better. In the same way, this book helped me to understand that.
So a hearty thank you to the author.
Ruth and Joshua soon recognized they loved each other and spent more and more time together. One day, they went on a boat ride and got into some rough weather. They ended up swimming to shore in an area they didn’t know was there. They learned it was the town of Sodom Shadows, a place where most of the inhabitants has sold their souls to the devil.
It wasn’t clear whether Ruth had completed her training or what she planned to do. Both Ruth and Joshua spent three to four weeks helping convert the citizens of Sodom Shadows to Christianity.
I am glad I read the book and there were many good parts to it. Even though it is about the supernatural, I would have liked it more if the author had provided some details and made the situations more believable.
The author's style of writing is different from my own, which is why I gave it four stars. The first few chapters were hard for me to get through but once I got into the book, I couldn’t put it down.
I felt God’s presence—His joy at what she has written, His laughter mixed with mine, His tears mixed with mine, and His excitement that the author reminded me of His promises.
SPOILER ALERT Some of the comments below can reveal plot development
First, I loved the author pointing out that the devil feels the power we possess but he knows we don’t understand or know the depth of the power we possess. How true is that!?! We are children of God. That alone should make us step out with confidence and boldness.
Another statement hit home, “Our lives are not our own, we belong to Jesus…” WOW.
Third, I need to remind myself as I go through life that the battles if I face are not mine alone. As the author wrote, “relax, this is my battle.” The wonderful thing is Brad was smart enough to “let it go. He knew God was in control of everything…” That is so powerful! First I need to listen to God and second, I need to “Let it go.” God is in control! (Sorry for all the exclamation points—but this book stirred up my love for God.)
Fourth, this is a wonderful, fabulous, and thrilling…“The angels stood in formation to protect them and attack those who tried to harm them.” That has to be the most comforting feeling we as Christians need to embrace. God loves us enough to send angels to protect us. Hallelujah
Finally, when Ruth tells of God talking to her, she describes it as feeling like love was speaking to me and healing every part of me, I swell with emotion. That is such a beautiful visual.