Reece stood and faced the group. “Every now and then we get a break from reality. A glimpse into the other world that is more real than the reality we live in 99 percent of our days. The Bible is about a world of demons and angels and great evil and even greater glory. A world the prophets saw; the world Enoch, and Elijah, and Paul, and John the apostle all saw. A world that is all around us in every moment if we would have eyes to see and ears to hear.” What if you could travel inside another person’s soul? To battle for them. To be part of Jesus healing their deepest wounds.
Thirty years ago that’s exactly what Reece Roth did. Until tragedy shattered his life and ripped away his destiny. Now God has drawn Reece out of the shadows to fulfill a prophecy spoken over him three decades ago. A prophecy about four warriors with the potential to change the world . . . if Reece will face his deepest regret and train them. They gather at a secluded and mysterious ranch deep in the mountains of Colorado, where they will learn to see the spiritual world around them with stunning clarity. And how to step into the supernatural as powerfully as anyone in the Bible did. The four have a destiny to battle for a freedom even Reece doesn’t fully fathom. But they have an enemy hell-bent on destroying them as and he'll stop at nothing to keep them from their quest for true freedom and the coming battle of souls.
- Outstanding, Good Narration, Edifying
This book is outstanding. It's edifying, entertaining. It helps you go deeper into the issue(s) of the condition of your spirit and heart and address them more strategically in prayer. Well done.
- Good fictional plot. Epilogue is crucial!
I was concerned about the author's theology throughout the entire book until I listened to the epilogue. He sounds like a heretic espousing a new wave of thinking and spiritual understanding (i.e. gnosticism) but he is actually trying to get believers to entertain the importance of prayer. It is a good story line, a bit predictable, yet the theology thing kept niggling at me see where he was going with this story. I had to get to the end to make sure that I did not rail against this guy in a comments section and demand that he be removed from ChristianAudio because he was espousing heresy. He is not a heretic! I would not recommend this story to my children for fear of them getting the wrong impression, but I would recommend it to adult, mature believers who can differentiate between fact and fiction, good theology and bad theology, story and parable.
- Slow to get to plot
It took at least an hour to get to the actual plot where the four characters start their training. I really believe almost all of the introductory fluff could have been eliminated. I regret buying this book.