The Truth About Angels – A Book Review

First of all, this is a super short book.  I read the entire thing while I was waiting for the color to set on my hair at the hair salon.  Don’t let the length fool you, though – this book is filled with interesting and important information!  The Truth About Angels, written by Dr. Tony Evans, answers three basic questions about angels: Where Do Angels Come From?, How Do Angels Serve?, and How Do Angels Work?.  It also has a chapter on “Accessing the Power of Angels in Spiritual Warfare”.  Not one word is wasted in this 64 page booklet and I learned so much from its author.

Some of the topics covered are things like guardian angels, the personal nature of angels, the difference between angels and demons (this part was fascinating!), the purpose of both angels and demons, and so much more.  This topic is one that I had very little knowledge of going into this book.  After reading it (twice actually), I find myself talking about it regularly, recommending it to pretty much everyone, and searching the scriptures for more information about angels, demons and the spiritual realm.  If this book was meant to stir up a desire in the reader to learn more on the subject, it was hugely successful in my case.

The only complaint I have about this book is that it wasn’t long enough!  I would have loved for each chapter in this book to be about twice as long.  Most books drone on and on about a subject to the point that you are entirely done with it when it is over.  Not so with this one – I have more questions now than I have answers.  I’m hoping that at some point Dr. Evans will continue this work in another book so that I can continue learning from his knowledge on the subject.  If you are at all interested in the topic of angels, demons or spiritual warfare, I cannot recommend The Truth About Angels highly enough!

 

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.  I was not required to write a positive review.  All opinions are my own.

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