Tuesday, March 4
Book Review: Angels of Humility
Angels of Humility
by Jackie Macgirvin
Oh. My. Wow.
If you’ve ever doubted the power of praying… read this book!
If you’ve ever thought that your imperfect prayers didn’t matter, read this book!
If you are a prayer warrior, praise the Lord! And read this book!
And if don’t believe in prayer, or even know who to pray to, I hope you will consider reading this book.
When I see a Kindle Freebie with 18 reviews and 17 of them give five stars, I can’t help but be skeptical. Especially when the majority have a common thread. In the case of Angels of Humility, that thread was “I’ve never read anything like it… A life changing book… My prayer life will never be the same.” I don’t let skepticism stop me, however. I like fiction about spiritual warfare, and there were enough positive words NOT in common to sway me to pick it.
About four chapters in, I had decided this was a 4-star book. It’s extremely well written, and it’s readable. The story and the characters drew me in – I wanted to keep reading. But I felt the plot wasn’t entirely original, and I considered it to be heavily influenced by Frank Peretti’s “Darkness” duo. (Not a bad thing!)
It wasn’t long, though, before Angels of Humility set itself apart as something different, and my rating climbed to 5 stars. By the end of the book, I knew why all of the Amazon reviews were high. I was gasping in awe and wonder.
Many of us have no idea what an overwhelming gift of responsibility and power we carry – untapped. And, though it sounds cliché, I can honestly say … “I’ve never read anything like it… A life changing book… My prayer life will never be the same.”
(This review is completely unsolicited, unless you count the promptings of the Holy Spirit.)
Blessings and prayers!