The SupraNatural Life Book Series
Book 1 - Where Word and Spirit Meet
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John Richards (Guest)
*** Be an eagle not a pigeon ***
(this review first posted on Amazon) I have always wanted to live a multi dimensional technicolour life and in large part have managed to do so. Much better to be an eagle than a pigeon. This book will change your thinking and show you how to make the dream a reality. Christians need to impact their communities and demonstrate the reality of their faith in practical ways. In my view this can only be done out of a dynamic and exciting personal Christian life. Christen Forster writes in an exciting way sharing his experiences and thoughts on how this can be a reality in your life. Strongly recommended.
A McNeil (Guest)
(this review first posted on Amazon) 'The Supra-Natural Life' is one of those rare books that you will want to read multiple times. Using scripture as his authority and focussing in on the life of Jesus, Christen is able to take highly complex subject matter and present it in a way that is understandable to the layman without any dumbing down. Interspersed throughout are real life examples which will encourage the reader to move beyond the theoretical and see genuine fruit in their life. This book will be particularly helpful for those of an evangelical persuasion who are keen to go deeper in their walk with Jesus but find it difficult to navigate the plethora of contradictory information regarding spiritual gifts, healing and the prophetic. Highly recommend.
Joshua Heslop (Guest)
*** What a revealation! ***
(this review first posted on Amazon) I began reading this book with the assumption that this book will be the resource for my religious upgrade to show off at CU; little did I know that this book would reveal some of the mysteries in my faith. Chapters such as 'truly, newly human' have changed my theological approach, but more poignantly the gift of putting to words what goes on in the spirit is extremely helpful. Some of the phrases in bold are articulate and very summative. The little jokes and geeky lactarian asides add to the overall testimony this book is to Jesus. I would love to have seen a few more chapters, however sequels are coming according to the book! If you want to know new things, this is your book; well worth the money.
Ingrid Smith (Guest)
*** Let heaven help you ***
(this review first posted on Amazon) This very readable book cuts the chase on Christianity. Without religion and dogma it shows how life can be lived as originally intended in an intimate relationship with our Father God. A life of miracles or as my grandma would say, "Who would have thought it"s. This is available to all and now we have a handbook combining Christen's lifetime of experience and knowledge. It can be read in one sitting or dipped into a paragraph at a time, gaining wisdom through the scriptures.
This book is for the longstanding Christian to those seeking a spiritual connection. Read it, transform your life to the one Jesus died to give you.
Mr. R. Pennystan "RichardP" (Guest)
*** Wonderful balance of natural and supranatural ***
(this review first posted on Amazon). Christen Forster has painted a picture of the supra-natural life with a wonderful balance of stirring challenge and encouraging accessibility. To do so, he has used an excellent blend of down-to-earth honesty and humour, stacks of close-to-home testimony and Biblical teaching which is both fresh and profound. I thoroughly recommend both reading and living the supra-natural life.
*** Thoroughly recommended ***
(this review first posted on Amazon). The Supra-Natural Life is very easy to read and yet contains deep insights into how to develop our intimacy with God and the effectiveness of our witness in the love and power of the Holy Spirit. Christen brings fresh light and insightful interpretations of seemingly well-known scriptures, and grounds them within a framework of personal testimony that is sometimes painfully truthful, often amusing and, I found at times, quite challenging to my own walk with Jesus. I thought I would be able to read this book quite quickly, but I could not ignore Christen's helpful suggestions on how to reflect on the chapters and in so doing received fresh revelation from God for myself. I thoroughly recommend this book and look forward to the next in the series.