3 out of 4 stars
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Gregory A Booker brings into light some biblical teachings in Seven Letters Detailing Prophetic Framework of the Return of Christ. The author briefs us more about certain teachings in the scripture, like Daniel and Israel. Where necessary, he points out real-life examples to back up his assertions. The work contains Bible excerpts. Specific lessons bore a lot of weight, especially when the author discusses the book of Revelation. There are warnings about the second coming of Jesus Christ and judgment. Gregory does not concentrate on a specific area. Instead, the work is diverse both in the Old and New Testaments.
There are specific things I enjoyed reading. One, we have what the author names Catholic doctrine. Here, he details the characteristics of the church. One example includes, “The church is holy. It carries Christ’s living message to the world.” Reading such points about religion and spirituality was enlightening. Not only does the author list the Catholic Church but also about Protestants and their doctrines.
Gregory lists points for the reader to contemplate. The ideas are not specific to any particular religion and are easy to comprehend. Another thing I cherished was the author’s inclusion of his personal experiences. This element aids readers to know the author better while relating to the book’s contents.
Some teachings were too complicated to grasp in a single reading. One example includes references to a he-goat called Grecia in the biblical book of Daniel. I hardly understood and had to re-read the phrases over and over again. I found many grammatical errors. Therefore, I recommend thorough and professional editing. That is what I disdained. As a result, I rate the volume 3 out of 4 stars.
I did encounter some supplications I recited in silence. One segment I could hardly take my eyes off was named “LET THERE BE.” The author says, “In the midst change, let there be stillness. In the midst of confusion, let there be patience.” The words were quite comforting!
The closing thoughts were powerful. The author gives general insights into his work and final thoughts on spirituality and belief in God. The grace of God still amazes me, and the blessings one can get for believing and waiting on Him. The blood that Jesus shed on the cross was a selfless act, and the author reminds us of God’s goodness. I recommend the book to anyone looking to read an inspiring yet thought-provoking religious installment.
Seven Letters Detailing Prophetic Framework of the Return of Christ
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