21 July 2011

Seeing The Unseen, Book review

Faith is the reality of what is hoped for, the proof of what is not seen. (Hebrews 11:1)

With Christ at the center of our life, T. W. Hunt believes we can deepen our faith and ultimately unveil the hidden presence of God. I believe he might just be right!
As a Bible teacher, speaker and author, the author explores the world's different philosophies and their many conflicting ideas whilst focusing on what is unseen, rather than what all of us actually sees.

Comparing the laws of the physical world with the spiritual world, he expertly teaches us how to look for the unseen, gives us evidence of the unseen and shows us what he considers spiritual blinders. 
As an example he cites the Apostle Paul telling the Church in Rome that 'the mind set of the flesh is hostile to God, because it does not submit itself to God's Law, for it is unable to do so. ( Romans 8:7).

Stressing how important the role of faith truly is and how to look beyond the physical, T. W. Hunt shows us the role of the Holy Spirit and how to look to Jesus for a clear pathway to faith using amples biblical references. 
In Seeing the Unseen, you will learn about probing reality, realizing faith and the destiny of faith thus bringing your relationship with God to a richer level. 

This is an excellent book for anyone struggling with faith issues and would be a great gift for the college student in your life.

I gave it 4 stars.

For more on T. W. Hunt and his ministries read (here)

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