Four Rights The Intersection
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Reading the Bible is one thing, understanding it is another. It requires a specific analytical approach as well as God’s grace to see the light between the words. Fritz Michel discusses four points in his illuminating book. The first being the right man who is announced and created for a specific purpose. In a way, we are all the right man. The second point is the right time which is God’s timing. We are all advised to be wary of our own impatience. The third is the right message which the appropriate understand of the word. The fourth is the right agenda which is a divine inspired intention. The author summarizes the kingdom and Christianity in a way that makes it simpler and easier to understand. It is a breakdown of something that has caused an ideological divide between people with different understanding of humanity from God’s perspective.
The author takes his time to highlight different beliefs and myths. Then he goes ahead to confirm or debunk with scripture. His commitment to ensuring appropriate and correct understanding of God is evident through the level of effort he has put into writing this book. One notable element is his discussion of worship. He urges on the importance of worship. There is also an extensive discussion about Satan. His days in heaven before he became the adversary and the actions that led to his banishment. This book provides a wealth of information.
This enlightening spiritual book breaks down the Bible so that average readers can understand it better. It is a study guide of God’s word. It has minced complex biblical chunks into bite sized bits. While I enjoyed the content within this informative spiritual guide, I felt that the structure of the book could have been improved by increasing the font and line spacing to make it easier to read the spiritually enriching content.
That said, this book is an interesting paraphrasing of the Bible. It is an intriguing retelling of the events that have shaped human life for generations. This is a thought-provoking book that will have readers challenge some of their long-held beliefs. It might also reinforce some beliefs readers have but cannot quite explain. This is an interesting piece of literature to discuss with your Christian book club.
Four Rights The Intersection is an informative and illuminating spiritual guide that will leave readers feeling informed and spiritually enriched.
Pages: 164 | ASIN: B098TYGK2Z
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