The Christian Mystic Warriors is a book that was written for spirit-filled believers who are looking for more than religion. Many people are looking for more than Sunday morning worship and praise songs. These mystic believers are looking for a more deeper meaningful life as believers in Jesus Christ. This book is for them.
©2012 Henry Epps (P)2012 Henry Epps
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"Christian Mystic Warriors are coming!"
Yes, because listening to Kelly Libatique brings the teachings in a powerful concise way that anyone disciple may understand these teachings. Libatique does a wonderful job narrating this book and his voice is easy listening. Great Job!
Kingdom Warriors another book written by Henry Epps.
In the character of the narrator and teacher.
Exploring the true discipleship of the followers of Jesus Christ.
This book is based on spiritual principles and not religious traditions!
"A Deep-Dive Into Many Theological Subjects"
It makes a person think on a wide variety of topics including how one spends their time and resources. It gives perspective on the temporary nature of this life and the eternal on the hereafter.
The discussion of how deep God's love is for those that accept Christ.
The narrator did a fine job considering the language. There are many quotes from Scripture in the old King James which isn't easy. The vernacular is deep and would not be easy to read, but he did very well.
As a non-fiction work, a film isn't applicable.
You may need to listen to it more than once to process all the thoughts and ideas.
"Not very inspiring."
Not much to be done sadly.
Couldn't get through a quarter of the book.
I would like the reader to have seemed engaged. Like HE had a message to convey to the world and not just reading to a class who is asleep.
No. It was written in a difficult to follow style that reminds me of a sermon made by a detached religious authority. Not made for interaction or inspiring thought. Just a dull monolog written in a religious style to sound authentic and read by a disinterested person who injected some inflection to the language, but it all was flat anyway. It was as though a sunday school teacher was reading a doctorial dissertation without really understanding it. It seemed like it was written to sound like an extension to a KJV Bible and not for the layman. Drove me nuts and could not listen long even though I am VERY interested in subject matter.
This was my most disappointing purchase in this subject catagory. I like books that are written by those who really understand people as well as the subject matter. Authors that really want to get a message across as opposed to just becoming published. AND... readers who participate in the project.
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