How Can These Things Be? A Preacher and a Miracle Worker but Denied Heaven – A Book Review

How Can These Things Be? A Preacher and a Miracle Worker but Denied Heaven

By: Dr. Bill Hamon

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 172587, 978-0768409031, $ 15.99, 2015, 224 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Understanding God’s Plan for Redemption, Righteous Living, and Fellowship

Bishop Bill Hamon helps the reader answer the question “How Can These Things Be? – A Preacher and a Miracle Worker but Denied Heaven” in his book by this same title. He begins by clarifying some important keys to understanding basic Christian theology: God’s purpose in creating man, the doctrine of sin, the prophecies of Jesus Christ, His plan for the Church, and the importance of the bodily resurrection.

He goes on to expose some of the most controversial issues facing the church today by identifying true and false ministers, prophets, and ministries. He uses specific examples in light of Scriptural teaching to warn the reader of the danger of deception and helps them recognize strange doctrine and the spirit of error.

Bishop Hamon’s work is well organized, solid in content, presented in a reader friendly format, and written in layman’s terms for easier understanding. I personally enjoyed his use of topical headings within the chapters, his frequent use of alliteration, and his use of lists, for example: “The Ten M s for Maturing and Maintaining ministry,” and “Eight Major Reasons God Created Man.”

Bishop Hamon is an anointed Bible teacher, a natural communicator, and a gifted prophetic minister. “How Can These Things Be? A Preacher and a Miracle Worker but Denied Heaven” is a Clarian call to Christians today to avoid false teachers, deceptive doctrine, and to discern truth, a timely and important message.

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

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