Take the limits off your faith!
Do you ever hear people talk about "getting more faith" or "increasing their faith"? When we buy into this idea, we never have enough. Though we constantly seek after greater faith, it always feels just beyond our grasp.
The truth is, you already possess all of the faith you will ever need - both to please God and to release his miraculous power in your everyday life. You simply need to know how to activate it!
You'll learn how to:
Get ready to take the limits off of God and experience the power of unlimited faith today!
©2014 Kynan Bridges (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers
Firstable I’d like to say that I received this audiobook free for an honest review by the author, narrator, or publisher.
This book has inspired me to dig into God’s Word, the Bible, to increase my faith. It’s very motivational and I especially like that it contains the meaning of numerous original words in Hebrew and Greek, I learned a lot! The narration needed a little more emphasis and conviction here and there, but overall was good, and I got used to it. If you need to be motivated to read God’s Word and agree with Him, this is the book!
I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.
This is an eye opening explanation of why a believer can be assured that you have the abundance of faith you have always hoped you had hidden inside you, and how to set it free.
The narrator made the book enjoyable
As a born again Christian, having an M.Div in biblical studies, I find this book a bit difficult to review as I bring my own understanding of Scripture into the equation. However, since I graciously received a free copy of this book from the narrator in exchange for an honest and unbiased review of the book, I will do my best.
Although I believe in the sovereignty and omnipotence of God, along with His ability to perform miracles in anyway (and through anyone) that he sees fit, I disagree with Kynan Bridges teachings in The Power of Unlimited Faith: Living in the Miraculous Everyday. In fact, I would argue that his teachings on miraculous everyday living is dangerous in much the same way as the prosperity gospel teachings of those like Joel Osteen. I say this because they base their teachings on some of the truths of Scripture, but not the entire truth, rather just the portions that fit their agenda. For example; in the case of the performing of miracles and healings that this author preaches and goes to great lengths, and in depth exegesis, to support his stance, he omits keys portions of Scripture that run contrary to his argument. Bridges' stresses that if Christians just had more faith, complete faith, in what they prayed for and desired, then God would "supernaturally" provide the signs and wonders (e.g. miraculous things) to justify their faith in Him. However, Bridges makes no mention of Paul's claim "The gospel is the power of God unto salvation." (Romans 1:16) The gospel, not signs and wonders is God's power at work. Or, "Jews demand signs, Greeks seek wisdom, but we preach Christ crucified . . . the power of God." (1 Corinthians 1:22-23) and the "word of the cross is . . . the power of God" (1 Corinthians 1:18). Sign-seeking is a diversion from the power of Christ crucified. Jesus himself said, "An evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign" (Matthew 12:39; 16:4).
My point being that the Bible, especially the New Testament and specifically the Gospels, should be taught in their complete context rather than just "cherry-picking" verses to form an one-sided argument for miraculous or prosperous living as promises from God for those that have more faith. Doing so is entering into dangerous territory; as Jesus warned, "For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect." (Matthew 24:24)
For these reasons, a book bearing partial truth whilst coming across as the whole truth, I am only willing to give this book 2-stars. Those 2-stars are based solely on the premise that the Scriptures referred to by the author were strongly supported and researched in the Greek. I have no doubt that Kynan Bridges knows the Bible, loves God, and wishes to encourage other believers . . . I just wish he would give the "rest of the story" as well.
As for the narration; C.J. McAllister does a great job and made for an easy listen.
My hope is that this review will be found to be helpful for others in making their buying and listening choices.
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