Book Review–“Prophetic Secrets” by Jennifer Eivaz

Prophetic-SecretsBook Review–“Prophetic Secrets–Learning the Language of Heaven”  by Jennifer Eivaz

When given the opportunity to read and review this book I had not ever heard of Jennifer Eivaz, but the title of the book peaked my interest as recently I have felt a calling to learn more about the prophetic
and the supernatural. Therefore, after reading the description of the book and doing a bit of research on Jennifer, whom I found had a very extensive bio, I agreed to read and review, and I am very glad I did so.

If you are at all interested in the prophetic or feel drawn to listening to prophets and biblical prophecy, then I recommend you read this book. For me, it was definitely a great learning experience.

Over the years I have done a lot of bible studies of various types, corporately and home studies, alone and under the leadership of some well known teachers, yet I never really focused on the prophetic,
and so, as I read through each chapter of this book I found myself learning many new things, useful things, interesting things, informative things, and that made me want to keep reading.

I have always been very discerning regarding spiritual things, and not one to believe anything unless first validating it with scripture, and I found Jennifer Elivaz to be the same. I felt there was nothing she was saying that was not biblically sound and she always offered scriptures to back up what she was teaching.

She offered many personal testimonies and experiences others have had in the prophetic. She shared many things about seeing and hearing prophetically, insights into dreams and visions, and how to use wisdom and be discerning. She also offers ways for the reader to personally experience walking in the prophetic, distinguishes the difference between prophesy and being called to be a prophet by showing scriptures that say we can all prophecy but not all are true prophets. There are study questions at the end of each chapter and she ends the book with more interactive resources that can be used.

It is a book that has valuable information for those seeking to learn more about the prophetic and the ministry of prophets. It is a book that you will want to keep on hand as a resource to read and re-read.

I received a copy of this book from Chosen Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own.

Leona J. Atkinson

Author: Leona

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