February 14, 2000
Soul Saver, by Dineen A. Miller
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A modern story of spiritual warfare, this is a battle for one unknowing man's soul that hinges on the decisions of others to engage in the fight for him. When his wife, Lexie, seems to finds more in common with a wayward pastor than with her unbelieving spouse, she has to make a conscious decision about the future of her family.
This is a fictional story that is full of much truth, truth that could be very beneficial to readers in similar situations. It deals with temptation, with grief from losing a close family member, with the importance of a mentor, of prayer, of commitment. It deals with being in a spiritually unequal marriage and how that can play out for both spouses. While we follow the Lexie throughout the story, we learn about God's calling, about the spirit world, about the limited power of the enemy and the grace of a loving, all-powerful God.
This book was packed with relevant themes and nuggets of wisdom. I will be looking for more by Dineen A. Miller.
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scribbled down on Monday, February 14, 2000