1. Needs to make a decision via God's guidance and not sure how that guidance will come
2. The experienced believer curious about the authors thoughts
3. Those with no real strong interest but are mildly curious
Three groups of readers, with their questions answered in the pages contained within.
I thought the author laid out his thoughts carefully.
Short chapters, with one thought clearly leading to the next.
I appreciated that he makes it clear...whether a believer knows it or not, they are led by the Spirit. Based on Romans 8. So we never have to question that truth.
The author walks a careful line between supernatural knowledge, and the careful reasoned approach, after-all.. God can impart knowledge and help any way that he wants to. A proviso is provided though that one needs to be careful that counting on a series of impressions to make a firm decision needs to be weighed out. USE those impressions, appreciate all that God can do and how he can do it. Seriously. It's good, but sometimes those impressions do need to be weighted with reasoning.
There is so much truth in this book, it's just a little one at 48 pages and I wish I could tell you more about the truth contained within it's pages. So just go out and get it for yourself, really. :)
Led by the Spirit: how the Holy Spirit guides the believer
By: Jim Elliff
What does it mean to follow God?
In a personal and pastoral way, Jim Elliff seeks to help the believer gain confidence in understanding and following the will of God.
Reviewed for Sola-Scriptura Ministries.
Currently on sale for $6.