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Christian Nonfiction Paperback Books Reading in 2022

Christian Nonfiction Paperback Books – It’s almost February, and I don’t know about you, but I am hopeful for the year. It is continuously a year of opportunities, and God’s mercy, grace, justice, blessings, and love still abounds. The promises He has said for all of us are still at work. 

So let us all hold fast to faith and hope. It is not until God says it is over and that, my friend, the end is not here yet. So keep trusting and have in GOD, knowing that your needs and wants have been met. Do all things for the glory of God, and He will bless indeed. Praise Him, for He inhabits the praises of His people. 

Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for He who promised is faithful. – Hebrews 10:23 NIV

Bless GOD. 

So the month of January, I bought some books that I will be reading this year. I wanted to share them with you. 

Let’s get started.

Christian NonFiction Paperback Books

Christian NonFiction Paperback Books

Christian NonFiction Paperback Books: The Prophetic Voice of GOD – Lana Vawser

I read this book last year, but I feel that it needs a reread. It is interesting how God speaks to us, His children. So why not incline me to hear what God wants me to hear? He says in various ways, so it is essential to discern spiritually in how He speaks. 

So relearning and gaining new insights into how He speaks to me personally may be something I have to pay attention to. Of course, the WORD of God will always be the first and number way GOD speaks to us. And anything that He may communicate to us has to align with the WORD. But I am open to hearing Him in various ways. And I have, and I love it. Personally, it makes me feel close to HIM. 

GOD’s Pursuit of Man – A.W. Tozer

I don’t remember if this was a book I saw before, but it was on Amazon as I was browsing the website. This book’s purpose is to emphasize what it truly means to be saved, what it truly to be transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit, and having a renewing mind that leads to knowing the good, pleasing, and perfect will of GOD. 

Ever since I got encountered the love of God, it has really been hard turning back to your old ways. I don’t believe being a Christian is boring, and it should be seen as that. It is more than we can imagine! I mean, we are children of God, the creator of heaven and earth! 

There is a spiritual realm! Heaven (and yes, hell) is real. Miracles are real! There are angels and…the other things. This is not to say that these things are the only reason to be a Christian, but these prove that GOD truly exists! Don’t you want to experience all that GOD has for you, including knowing how to live life more abundantly?

Christian NonFiction Paperback Books: 100 Days of Believing Bigger – Marshawn Evans Daniels

As Christians, we are expected and should dream bigger. If God made Abraham the father of many nations (meaning that we also have the blessings of Abraham), Joseph was made a high official over the land of Egypt, David King over Israel, Ruth marrying a wealthy man named Boaz, then indeed He has great plans for us. All He desires for us to do is believe it. 

“‘For I know the plans I have for you,'” declares the LORD, “‘plans to prosper and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.'” – Jeremiah 29:11-12 NIV

Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). So how much faith do you have in being who God destined you to be? And this is why I am reading this book, reminding me that God’s plan is excellent, and I am destined to live and think greater, no matter what it looks like. His greater is more than I think or imagine (Ephesians 3:20). That is what it means to be a child of GOD. 

I Hear Yahweh, Spirit Speak, When The Lamb Roars – Craig Cooney

These three books are from the same author. I actually liked reading “I hear Yahweh” because I have the desire to literally hear from GOD. As I have mentioned, I am genuinely interested in learning more about GOD and how He speaks to His children. 

Personally, my experience with hearing GOD came in various ways. It is a journey that I am still learning to understand. I hope to never be filled with all the wisdom of listening to GOD since He does a new thing all the time. And that is something I am hoping for. 

The last book, “When the Lamb Roars,” would give a depth of what the book of Revelation truly is about. We read the chapters, but it is confusing to me in reality. So reading this book should at least clarify what the book of Revelation is unfolding during these times. 

The Theology Handbook – The Daily Grace Co.

I wrote a small post about why I bought this book. I am not new to the Christian path, but I am new to all these Christian things coming forth. Some are good, and some are actually not good. As I wrote in my earlier post, Christians still involve themselves in new age practices, not knowing it is opening doors to demonic oppression. 

Revivals are occurring everywhere around the world because of these practices and more. God desires a bride without blemish and holy, so we should hold on to that. Even Paul mentioned that we should not let anyone desert us from the true Gospel. Here’s a video from a channel I watch on youtube that explains this well.

And even practicing these is perverting the Gospel. We are not meant to be in oppression. We are told to be FREE from oppression. Christ came on earth to destroy the works of the evil of one (1 John 3:8), so why are we going back to the very thing that oppresses us?

But overall, I bought this book to understand theology. Basically, how theology came about and its importance on the Christian individual. 

That’s about it. What do you think of these new reads? Have you read any of them? Let me know in the comments below. 

I hope this post blessed you in any way. 

Until Next Time. 

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