Faith Under Fire was written from a very human reality, which allows the reader to more readily relate to the spiritual, as well as the natural components of faith. The book emerged from the author's awareness of her own struggles with the faith that she confesses. It is not comprised of simply religious jargon, but allows for even an unbelieving reader to grasp the truths presented therein. The author's unpretentious approach to presenting the reader with tried and true methods for overcoming the attacks against their faith, informs as well as enlightens the reader, as to the undeniable basis of real faith. The central theme of this book is the struggle we often have as believers, as we stand in the place of faith, believing to receive the promise of God even in extreme adversity. The author strives to encourage the reader from a spiritual perspective
yet a very human reality, that our faith will come under attack, and we may be tempted to waiver or even give up, but we can be victorious fighting the good fight of faith! Faith was fashioned to function as an active element of our existence as children of God. Trusting our Creator should be as natural as taking the next breath. We are elevated from struggle to triumph when we come to grips with the futility of our dependence upon ourselves, and the inevitability of the sovereignty of Abba God in our lives.
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|Size: ||255 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781681184852 (DRM-EPUB)|
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