Friday, July 29, 2016

Readers' Favorite Book Review of "Unlocking The Truth of Daniel: Digging Deeper Volume1" by Laura J. Davis

Reviewed by  for Readers' Favorite

Unlocking the Truth of Daniel: Digging Deeper Volume 1 by Laura J. Davis is a surprisingly powerful and instrumental work that will be invaluable to many when it comes to understanding scripture and translating it into real life and in prayer. 

The author skillfully takes readers on a step by step journey through the Book of Daniel, a book she considers to be both “historical and prophetic.” In the introduction she declares: “We will look at it verse by verse, making use of why, when, where, how, what, and who questions.” Volume 1 in the Digging Deeper Series, this book is a great tool for rediscovering God’s word in human history. 

Laura J. Davis possesses the wonderful gifts of clarity and a wisdom that can only be attributed to long years of drinking from the fountain of God’s word. In beautiful prose, she leads readers into the heart of the message of the Book of Daniel, a book laced with symbolism, insights, and prophecies. She combines her knowledge of history and scripture to offer interpretations, insights, and facts that will help readers understand God’s plan for their life. 

Each chapter is designed with questions that provoke reflection and prayer. No matter what readers’ interests are, they will find themselves cogitating on the passages as they read this work, plunged into the inscrutable workings of God’s grace and immersed in a consciousness that allows them to understand God’s will for them and to embrace it. 

Unlocking the Truth of Daniel is one of the best companions for those committed to staying close to God and receiving His word with generosity. It is, to say the least, a wonderful invitation to a God-centered life.

Monday, July 25, 2016

Another Brilliant Addition to Roberts' Seventh Dimension Series

Wakulla Book Review

Seventh Dimension – The Castle, a Young Adult Fantasy

Summary:  Another brilliant addition to Roberts’ Seventh Dimension Series. The saga continues with Daniel on his quest seeking answers to the truth. Daniel witnesses betrayal, crucifixion, and learns of the resurrection—all while learning who he really is and “why him”?  But don’t worry. Roberts doesn’t disappoint in The Castle either. She’ll leave you hanging again for the next book.

Author Purpose:  Roberts’ message is clear in that all should come to know Christ. While persuading the reader on this, she also challenges one to [examine] Scripture to back it up. Nice work!

Author Theme:   A journey to discover truth

Thesis:  Our Father doesn’t want any to perish. We just have to believe. Have faith. Make the right choices.

Author Stance:  The obvious one is the belief in Christ while showing the major crux in the Jewish believers between the Orthodox and the Messianic.

Enjoy:  Can we speed up The City A little bit? I’m dying here. Love this series.  Thank you.

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Each WEEK (usually on Tuesday), we are posting reviews from 
Wakulla Correctional inmates of John 3:16 books. 

Inmates are loving the new books from John 3:16 authors. 
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Friday, July 15, 2016

John 3:16 Book Review of "Who Told You That You Are Naked" by Guy Right

John 3:16 Book Review by Lorilyn Roberts

Recently I found myself depressed over events that had caused me a great deal of grief—events that I did not cause, but which greatly impacted my family. While I knew God wasn’t the culprit or inflictor of my torment, because I couldn’t do anything about my situation immediately, I found myself depressed.

I woke up early and couldn’t sleep, so I took a trip to Perkins and began reading Who Told You That You Are Naked? Three hours later, after several cups of coffee, I had devoured half the book and my whole perspective on suffering was radically changed.

I was captivated by the depth and fresh approach to the content that is deeply rooted in Scripture and liberally quoted, the insights provided by the author, and the supernatural way God touched my heart and restored hope that my situation would change.

We all long to experience God in a vibrant way and more effectively live the Christian life. Can we do it with more joy, more freedom, and more truth? After reading Who Told You That You Are Naked, I found myself praising God that I was worthy to be His follower, and I wanted to count my suffering as all joy, remembering the Apostle Paul and his friends had once encountered a similar experience when thrown in jail for a crime they didn’t commit.

Who Told You That You Are Naked is a profound read, casting light on areas that can be hard to understand. The concepts of law and grace, curse and redemption, and Satan versus God in the Garden of Eden are explored. Even Job’s sufferings are explained in a way that is satisfying. As a Christian, I had always struggled with that particular book and why Job suffered so much.

Despite my depression, God lifted my spirit and showed His love and goodness was greater than anything the evil one could throw my way. I highly recommend Who Told You That You Are Naked for anyone going through a tough patch or for anyone who longs for a deeper understanding of God’s unmerited grace.


Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Christian Fantasy Author Lorilyn Roberts: Has Your Experience with CreateSpace Been a Positi...

I am cross linking this since I posted it originally to the wrong blog.  My bad, but this an excellent question, and I hope new authors (and seasoned ones) find this helpful.

Christian Fantasy Author Lorilyn Roberts: Has Your Experience with CreateSpace Been a Positi...: Recently, I received this question from William Burt, a YA Christian fantasy author , and a member of the John 3:16 Marketing Netwo...

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