In this day and age, it makes me wonder sometimes if we even have any hope left for our future. There are days I literally sit and wonder about this and have a hard time finding, "the light at the end of the tunnel", with all of this news and so many horrible things happening everyday. It really takes a toll on people, and sometimes I start to lose hope.
I was asked to read this book and post my honest review, and I have to say it is refreshing to read such a book, and it truly starts to get your spirits back up!
James W Sheets, does a fantastic job with his book, and sharing his visions, I hope more read this book, and learn from it.
This is a very well written book, and you will want to share it with your friends and family, however, I would share as in, buying them a copy. you will want to keep your book to return to for reference, many times!
It is also an easy read, a huge plus! You will be able to absorb and comprehend and keep the words and understand all of it! James has a lot of experience and is able to process this information, and share it with the rest of us in such a way that we can gather, share and use this book, for many times and years to come.
James W. Sheets, has a couple websites that will surely be of interest to you! you can check them out here and here!
About the Author:
James Sheets (1957-Present) was born in Atlanta, Georgia. He was listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students in 1975. He has a Theology degree from Adonai Christian International University.
He has served for over 34 years in the capacity of pastor, teacher, evangelist, counselor, author, songwriter, worship leader, missionary, life coach, and mentor to other spiritual leaders.
He is the Director of Passion for Jesus Ministries (www.passionforjesus.org) and co-founder and co-director (with his lovely wife, Dr. Kaye Sheets) of the Atlanta South Metro House of Prayer (ASMHOP) located in Stockbridge, Georgia.
His first book, "The Love Language of God" (Loving God, God's Way) published by Destiny Image Publishing, is the fruit of 39 years of asking the hard questions, "What does it mean to 'really' be a Christian, how does one love God, and how do I get there from here?"
Have you read this book? I would love to hear your comments about this book and if you shared The Love language of God, with anybody else:)