Saturday, April 9, 2011


Thought I would share the two latest books I've read.

 Another interesting read on the much neglected topic of Fasting.  This is a small little book only 4"x6" and 84 pages.  
This was a great, informative, well-written book on the topic of "Living in the Spirit".  I would highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn more about what it truly means in our every day, every moment, living of The Person, The Baptism, The Evidence, The Spirit, The Fruit and The Gifts of the wonderful Holy Spirit.

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Dan said...

The fasting book looks interesting. I tried fasting when I was a new Christian. All I can remember about it was being hungry. I didn't get it.

That has recently changed. Fasting has become coupled to my spiritual walk. I am distraught in my spirit and sense a seriousness to the realities of our current times that does not relate well to a full stomach. I'm finished with brushing it off as being just me and my generally negative out-look. Fasting has taken me to a whole new level, a level that I have not up till now known.

Sharon said...

I will have to look to see if I can find those books.
My faith could sure use a tune up.
Prayers for your family.

Nezzy said...

I've read Living in the Spirit and enjoyed it very much.

The book on fasting looks quite interesting.

God bless and thanks for sharin' sweetie!!!

Lori said...

Those look like great books. Will have to remember those.

Could you please email me Susan - at I would like to join the Hearts Prayer blog again. Thanks

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Both books are seems interesting and informative and best for close to religion.
Thank you for sharing with us such a nice post.

~~Mikki Jo said...

Hi, just wanted to pop in. The book sounds like a great read! I believe fasting is very important and needful, for ourselves and the body of Christ as a whole. God bless you!

Debra said...

Hi Susan! Just a note to say hello and hope you and your family had a good resurrection day!

Frazzled Farm Wife said...

Hey Susan...hope you are doing well! Thanks for the suggestions of books.