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  • Posted September 18, 2012

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    Spirituality, Creative Imagination, and Supernatural Vision

    Kerry Kirkwood removes the mystery and confusion prevalent in the minds of many evangelicals today regarding the principle of “imagination” as a source of spiritual power in a Biblical context in his book “The Power of the Imagination.” Kirkwood skillfully weaves a pattern of inspiration, information, and challenge through a practical progression of step by step instructions on how to strengthen and develop Godly imagination in a balanced Biblical way. He puts an emphasis on using the power of magnification and the power of love to see things through the eyes of God. Kirkwood maintains that everything in scripture revolves around God’s love as administered and imparted by the Holy Spirit. Using an emphasis on a focus on potential, graphic impressions, imaginative communication, Kerry describes the excitement which follows when we see our plans become reality, once we have dared to believe. These experiences testify to the creative ability we have to change our circumstances. Terry also explores the concepts of dreams as a tool for revealing images of destiny, the creative imagination of childhood, and the precise gift of prophecy using real life experiences and Biblical examples to illustrate the scriptural principles of the power of the imagination as the result of an overshadowing of the Holy Spirit. Kerry’s writing goes beyond theoretical, is validated scripturally, and evidenced experientially. A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes.

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  • Posted October 25, 2013

    Highly recommend.

    Still reading this book, but have found it to be very enlightening and spiritually uplifting to read.

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