Kris Valloton & Bill Johnson: Royalty

Bill Johnson & Kris Vallotton: The supernatural ways of royalty

ISBN 10: 0-7684-2323-6
ISBN 13: 978-0-7684-2323-5

  • If you have ever wondered why Moses was able to change God’s mind… #selah (Exodus 32:11-14) you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever wondered why Lot’s wife turned into a pillar of salt and not something else like rice, you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever wondered why the modern day church is not as powerful anymore, you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever wondered why the so many things go wrong with the modern day church, you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever wondered why some people preach doom and gloom gospels, you need to read this book.
  • If you are a church leader and don’t want your church to fail, you need to read this book.
  • If you are a church goer and don’t want your church to fail, you need to read this book.
  • If you were once hurt by the church and gave up on christianity, you need to read this book.
  • If your church tells you to forgive and yet they never forgave someone who fell from grace, you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever wondered why the older generation and the younger generation in your church don’t mingle, you need to read this book.
  • If you have ever worried about false prophets, you need to read this book.
  • If your memories are greater than your dreams, you need to read this book.

I could go on I promise, but that’s only because I have never come across a book that is so densely packed with issues that cover and/or answer so many topics. I seemed to be stuck on certain paragraphs for extended periods at times, just digesting the depth of what was being conveyed. Don’t be deceived by the small 224 page count of this book, you cannot and should not rush through it. It’s easy to tell that the authors Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton are lifelong friends, and their writing style and immersive stories become harder and harder to tell apart. That’s a good thing though, as that takes your focus onto the content of the book more fluidly as opposed to the scribes.

I have never read a book where I have had to restrain myself on what gems I used and adopted as my Facebook statuses (not my end goal). I couldn’t help but want to share some of life impacting truths, revelations and challenges found in here. There were simply too many. This book is full of the ‘meat’ of the gospel and even the ‘milk’ things felt like full strength, undiluted, straight from the cow into cup type of milk (1 Corinthians 3:2). If you are spiritually lactose intolerant, or just pressed for time, I would recommend taking the “Prince and Pauper test” at the end of the book just to see how you fair.

Don’t miss out on this book, reading it for yourself will only do it justice.

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