The Father’s Love by Dave Moore
As a short read (106 pages), I was easily able to read the entire book in one sitting (a plus—no unneeded “fluff” added as “filler”).
I could have used what I like to call a “kleenex or tissue warning”—to make sure I had plenty of tissues handy. I frequently burst into tears every few pages. This story was “gripping”, not in the sense of suspense (although it did have some suspense there), but because the essence or substance of the emotions of the author were somehow (I believe supernaturally) contained within the words themselves. (I believe this to be the reason for my frequent bursting into tears.)
This book was an excellent illustration of how God’s timing is impeccable and flawless. It was also a good illustration of how God uses prayer and the prayers of His people to accomplish His will. Those two things seemed a little bit stronger in illustration in this story than strictly of the Father’s love itself. If it were me I may have attached a different title to it.
Although not eloquently nor expertly written, because of God’s anointing and the author’s cooperation with it, I consider this book to be superbly done. Are you looking for a book with real Holy Spirit “life” in it? Here is a perfect example of one such book. Because of the anointing on this book, I am giving it 5 stars!
To purchase this book for yourself go here: The Father’s Love
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