Reviewed by: Richard R. Blake
A Fresh Perspective on Finding Purpose in Every Season of Life
Evon Horton writes from a pastor’s heart that comes from years of experience ministering to individuals helping them find and flourish purpose in every season of life.
I like living in a geographical area where seasons are clearly defined: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Seasons marked by an ongoing cycle of firsts: the first robin, first crocus, the promise of summer, the colors of fall, and the first snow of winter.
Horton describes winter as a season of breakthroughs. He helps the reader face the struggles of hurting, being depressed and feeling abandoned, by using promises and examples from the scriptures and from stories of overcoming while instilling hope, and moving on to spring, the season of sowing and reaping souls.
Evon helped me understand the reality of my present spiritual season, to discover the season I am in now, to embrace the present, and to celebrate the future.
“Spiritual Seasons – Discerning and Flourishing in Every Season of Life” offers help to prepare for a breakthrough, to claim God’s promises, to be alert for miracles about to happen around you, and to anticipate God’s provision and blessing.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
Destiny Image Publishers, P. O. 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768446197, $ 12.99, 2018, 126 Pages