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Look beyond what you can see to a richer level of experiencing the invisible hand of God in your relationships, work, and play.
Sometimes God seems a bit hazy or even imperceptible in our busy day-to-day lives. Experienced author and Bible teacher T. W. Hunt directs you to see and hear from God in the supernatural, no matter where you are—at work, in the kitchen, or on the road. You will come to see that God is always present.
Seeing the Unseen
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4 out of 5
T.W. Hunt is a teacher, speaker, and author and is a consultant in prayer for LifeWay Christian Resources. He is a man of few words, but they are concise and immensely inspiring and helpful. He helps us understand the meaning of “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” He tells us such faith should permeate our thoughts and actions if we are to truly understand, rather than just believe, in God. He put it well: “Faith is the eyes through which we see the unseen.” He inspires us to demonstrate diligence, to listen, to persevere, and he explains the importance and how-to’s of doing so. If we are gripped by this sense of reality, doubt will not be possible, for certainty is faith. Another quote to end this review: “People who have God as the center of their lives can change the world.” Rating 4 —EB
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9/29/2011 2:05:37 PM
Seeing the Unseen, by T.W. Hunt
Finding the faith to believe that God will work, that He is truly good, that He answers prayer, that there is more to this life than what you see is not easy to find. I know that I depend on my own sensory experience to understand life, and, yet, I also know that there is more to life than what I can see.
This is the struggle that Hunt is addressing in Seeing the Unseen. He begins with discussing evidence for believing that the unseen exists (the spiritual world). From there, he ventures into what faith is, how to cultivate faith in your own life, the ins and outs of realizing faith, and where that faith will take you. Hunt offers practical and straight forward discussion and clear and relevant examples. I have a clear understanding of where I can go from here to grow faith in my own heart and soul.
I found one topic that I balked at. In one section in one chapter, Hunt discusses the trinity, which started out well supported by scripture. But then, he makes a position for why the Son was incarnated (why not the Spirit or the Father), and why the Son was incarnated at all. He presents this small section as if it is clearly supported by scripture, but, in fact, isn't. I don't want to present a spoiler here, so I will say little more at this point, but I'm happy to further discuss this as others read the book. (It's in chapter 5: Learning to See, in the section “Seeing God's Oneness”, pg 55 in my book.)
In all, I would recommend this book for someone desiring practical advice and application to developing a deeper life of faith.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as
part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The
opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal
Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and
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7/14/2011 8:49:13 PM
Seeking the unseen
As Christians I believe the hardest thing to do is to live by faith and believe in what we can not physically see with our eyes and hear with our ears. Seeing the Unseen is a book that helps you to look beyond the physical world and search for God in a different way. T.W. Hunt challenges us to truly trust God is always present and is with us always. With spiritual vision, our prayer life changes and we are more able to live the life God intends for us and to have the relationship He desires with us. T.W. Hunt talks about entelechy in the spiritual sense. In a nutshell, our upward growth toward perfection in Christ. What is now just potential becoming a reality of what God intends us to be.
What I liked about Seeing the Unseen is that T.W. Hunt writes very concisely and powerfully. He uses his words carefully and does not drag out each point. I appreciate that he moves on and does not keep pounding me with the same idea or concept over and over again. In the end, he summarizes the key points he made in the previous chapters which allows us to further assimilate all he has written to us. Each chapter is short and to the point with wonderful headers that help us as the reader to focus on what each section will be about.
I would recommend this book to anyone seeking to find God, improve your prayer life, and move toward a more powerful relationship with Him.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
7/11/2011 10:11:53 PM
Small package; good stuff!
Good things do come in small packages! This book is a great resource on prayer, seeing the spiritual world as it truly is, and developing an acute sense for God and the Holy Spirit. Only 101 pages long, its message is so impactful, that it took me well over a month to finish. It has so much in those few pages that while the reading itself was easy, it took a great deal of effort to feel as though the depths of the truth they contained was actually absorbed.
Hunt does a great job of providing a map for effective prayer, contrasting the desires of our heart with God’s will – and reminding the reader that what we want and what God wants contradict each other where our hearts are not completely surrendered to Him. The chapter on Nobility was one that grabbed my heart, too. We are Kings and Queens for eternity as joint heirs with Christ, and we should behave with the grace and character that reflect that standing; living as though our eternal status were bestowed on earth.
Hunt uses a lot of lists, but they are helpful in determining the summary points in his discussions, and they are definitely going to be useful as I refer back to the book in my personal quiet time going forward. The 7 points on prayer draw the believer toward developing a personal plan for establishing and keeping a devotional time that conjoins the believer’s actions with God’s heart.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255
7/9/2011 11:45:20 AM
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Cultivate a Faith that Unveils The Hidden Presence of God
Seeing the Unseen:
Cultivate a Faith that Unveils
The Hidden Presence of God
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: NavPress (May 15, 2011)
I choose Seeing the Unseen: Cultivate a Faith that Unveils the Hidden Presence of God by T. W. Hunt since I had done a Bible study he had written over 10 years ago. I didn’t realize it was such a tiny book until I received it. This tiny book is packed full of so much information to help you really feel the ever present of God.
If you want to read a book that will challenge you and open your eyes to a closer walk with the Lord, this is the book.
Dr. Hunt shows us how you can move from letting the physical world rule you to letting the spiritual world rule you. He goes into how our natural physical laws are telling us that things are loosing energy, winding down. But he shows you how the spiritual world can encourage you to be more like Christ. Dr. Hunt explains how you can have a biblical faith that draws you to a deeper faith. He guides you to see God at work and hear His voice in the spiritual world. Dr. Hunt also points out things that can keep us from seeing and hearing.
I gave Seeing the Unseen 4 out of 5 stars. I also posted book reviews on www.amazon.com and www.goodreads.com.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from NavPress Publishers as a part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions’ 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
7/8/2011 9:43:17 AM