Can You Stand to Be Blessed? Insights to Help You Survive the Peaks and Valleys By: T D Jakes – A Book Review


Review by Richard R. Blake,

Transforming Truth for Finding and Fulfilling Your God Given Identity

New York bestselling author, T. D. Jakes is recognized for his “Potter’s Touch” ministry program, and for his Grammy award winning music and films. He has written and published over 25 books. Through this new edition of “Can You Stand to Be Blessed?” a new generation of readers will be introduced to the magnitude of Jakes teaching as they delve into the depth of  his writing and discover a treasure trove of insight for savoring the peaks and surviving the valleys of life’s personal spiritual journey.

Each chapter is filled with transforming truths, golden nuggets of wisdom, reminders of God’s providence, insights for avoiding spiritual stagnation, and  how to receive supernatural deliverance. Jakes provides the impetus for the reader to find nurture from the scripture, enrichment in times of trouble, and renewed faith in times of distress.

“Can You Stand to Be Blessed? Insights to Help You Survive the Peaks and Valleys” is written for Christians who are in every season of life, who are seeking to draw on their inner strength and exchange feelings of carrying the weight of the world for a realization of the abundance of blessing God wants to provide.

This is classical writing at its best, rich in proven principles and sage wisdom.

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

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P O Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768409635, $ 14.95, 2017, 192 pages







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