What you see of God is only part of the story.
From the time Blake Healy was a small child, he has seen angels, demons, and other spiritual things. He sees them with his naked eyes, as vividly and clearly as anything else. Everyplace he goes, every person he meets, every day that goes by, he sees in the spirit.
After thirty years of seeing in the spirit, one thing has consistently been the most painful for him to see. It is not when he sees someone trapped in demonic oppression. It is not when he sees the gaping wounds of emotional trauma. It is when he sees the goodness of God go unclaimed by His people.In this book Healy takes readers on a journey of rediscovering the goodness of God. It fills the churches we visit every week. It moves across the sea from nation to nation. All we have to do is learn how to see it and receive it, and then we will watch every corner of the world be completely transformed by the power of His profound good. Other books by Blake Healy include:The Veil 978-1-62999-490-1
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About the Author
Blake K. Healy is one of the senior team members at Bethel Church of Atlanta in Georgia. He is also the director of the Bethel Atlanta School of Supernatural Ministry. He lives in Peachtree City, Georgia, with his wife, April, and their four wonderful children: Haydon, Finnley, November, and Ender. For more information or to contact Blake, visit blakekhealy.com.
Table of Contents
Foreword Bill Johnson vii
Seeing-in-the-Spirit Training-Day 1 13
Part I Life on Earth
A Day at the Pool 25
Municipal Court 33
Peanut Butter and Jelly, Ballet, and Soccer Practice 49
Activation and Study-Pursuit 61
Seeing-in-the-Spirit Training-Day 1,285 85
Part II God in Heaven
God and Pain 97
Golden Cages 107
The Quiz 115
The Stone Hood 125
Activation and Study-Revelation 133
Seeing-in-the-Spirit Training-Day 2,987 155
Part III Heaven on Earth
Face to Face 169
Activation and Study-Intent 179
Seeing-in-the-Spirit Training-Day 7,367 191
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is even better than the author’s previous book, “The Veil: An Invitation to the Unseen Realm.” He states clearly that the purpose of seeing the spiritual realm is to improve our relationship with God by seeing his nature, what he’s doing and what he intends more clearly. In the process, we love him more purely and serve him more effectively. The author’s descriptions of his experiences were very insightful and some were entertaining. It makes you want to see.