God’s Provision For Your Every Need by T. D. Jakes – A Book Review

Gods Provison for Your Every NeedGod’s Provision for Your Every Need

T. D. Jakes

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc..

P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257 – 978-768410112, $ 9.99, 2012, 176 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Refreshing Water for the Wilderness Experience

In his book “God’ Provision for Your Every Need” Dr. T. D. Jakes introduces the penetrating instruction that leads the reader into divine truth encounters with Jehovah Jireh—our provider.

The convenient size and short chapters of the book make it an ideal devotional reading companion for commuting or traveling. The profound truths highlighted for emphasis are worthy of contemplation and reflection. Each power packed chapter Includes rich promises, important guidance, inspiration, and challenge. Topical themes include a logical progression of wilderness experiences, thoughts on God’s plan for intimacy, celebration in praise and worship, and the Holy Spirit’s outflowing of blessing in our lives.

  I appreciated the space provided with each chapter which provides an opportunity for the reader to record their own thoughts and impressions of the material introduced in the chapter or for creating a personal devotional journal, or make application, and action plans.

A full chapter from Pastor Jakes best-selling book “Naked and Not Ashamed” is included as an extra bonus feature; a compassionate call to openness and honesty before God and others.

“God’s Provision for Your Every Need” is a bold reminder of the refreshing renewal God provides to sustain us in our wilderness journey with Him.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.


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