Claiming Your Inheritance by Cherrie Kaylor, A Book Review

Claiming Your Inheritance – Unlimited Access to the Voice of God

By: Cherrie Kaylor

Destiny Images Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768407983, $ 14.99, 2015, 152 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake,

Keys to Hearing God’s Voice – By Combining His Word and His Spirit

“Claiming Your Inheritance” is a field guide to life; a spiritual pilgrimage, a holy quest. Kaylor writes with clarity and passion. Her writing is more than just interesting; she writes with excitement transforming the truths of the scripture while giving encouragement, edification, and comfort.

Kaylor introduces the concept of creating a Scripture book of your own. She carefully explains the value, the purpose, and the process.  I discovered some key action steps I’d like to develop as I start my “Scripture Book,” these include: read the scripture intent on understanding for illumination, insight, and revelation, leading to  personal transformation, life change and intimacy with God. The suggested categories provide a roadmap for finding topics that are specific for my journey.

The book is filled with practical tools, tips, and “take away principles” for personal application. I was reminded of the importance of drawing from the synergy of group dynamics, of relying on the Word as a weapon of intercession, as a counseling tool, and for receiving and giving prophetic direction.

“Claiming Your Inheritance” is a book for every Christian yearning for spiritual growth while longing for the reality of a deeper connection with God.  The reader will be empowered to access God more intimately and to experience a richer more personal relational life with God and an understanding of what it means to walk with Him.

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

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