This is certainly a very thought provoking book which I enjoyed studying. I wasn't quite sure what the book was about but as I delved in I found myself bring quite intrigued by the author. It is so true when he said we can be a Christian for a long time "but miss the true center of one's faith." I remember very clearly always hearing the scripture,"Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness , and all these things will be provided for you. "
( Matthew 6:33) I always wondered what things were to be provided to us? But I don't think I remember that scripture really being explained to me. The author lays it out in easy to understand terminology by saying, "The Kingdom of God is not only at the center of reality; it is the center of reality." So if it is the center of everything it only makes sense for us to " make the Kingdom of God the center of our lives and faith."
I really love the depth the author goes into to explain the Kingdom and how important it is for us to understand the keys to the Kingdom which represents power. We have been granted those keys when we gave ourselves to Him. Now we can use those keys to release power into our situations. One of the things I loved that the author spoke about was the key of confidence. No matter what our situation may be, we have been given the key of confidence to get through it. He explains many of the different keys of the Kingdom that encouraged me and gave me a sense of strength. The book is really an eye opener for me and I enjoyed reading the book. It is one I will go back and reread over and over again. Thank you for a book that goes deeper into the word and helps readers understand the Kingdom of God and how important it is to each of us.
I received a copy of this book from The BookClub Network. The review is my own opinion.