Book Review: The Weapons of our Warfare by Patrick A. Bucksot
I could tell this book was written out of personal experience. It was not just re-hashed information on the armor of God. No, not only was it personalized, it doesn’t even focus on the armor from Ephesians 5.
I found it to be easy to read and uncomplicated. It stayed on topic and there was not a lot of extra “fluff”, which I sometimes abhor.
Contained within is plenty of fodder for prayer and challenging questions to get you thinking. No lack of scriptures to backup what he’s talking about either.
Every now and then there is an interesting twist on how to look at the particular weapon being discussed shedding light on a new perspective. Lots of good stuff in here.
If you are a Christian experiencing warfare from the enemy (and who isn’t?) you will benefit from reading this book.
To purchase your own copy of this book go here: The Weapons of Our Warfare
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