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I Declare War Paperback – 29 Nov 2018
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About the Author
Levi Lusko, author of the bestselling books Through the Eyes of a Lion and Swipe Right, is the lead pastor of Fresh Life Church in Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, and Utah. He and his wife, Jennie, have one son, Lennox, and four daughters: Alivia, Daisy, Clover, and Lenya, who is in heaven. Levi travels around the world speaking about Jesus.
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I did hope that I would gain at least some really good new insight for "the battle". Even though the author and I are the same age, reading the same Bible, and probably reading and listening to some of the same Christian leaders, he has offered this before, or at least presented ideas in a zestful new light. I also made many highlights in my Kindle edition, because new or not, I want the truth fresh on my mind, and it's helpful to have shorter blurbs readily available.
It was disappointing to see at least five significant mistakes in the Kindle edition that were so glaring it didn't make sense for the editor to miss them. I saved one to offer as an example, but am not seeing it now among all the other highlights. It was like extra words in the sentence that did not make sense there, or as if he (or the editor) had put two different wordings of a sentence together, forgetting to delete one. This weakened the reading experience, as did his informing of how painstaking it was to write the book. That's like when you're shopping in a store and the employees are asking for their lunch breaks in front of you and talking about how many hours until they get to go home. Not fun for the customer; at least for me.
Also, there were a couple points I don't agree with, like that when we speak, we have the very same power as when God speaks. I wish I had saved the snippets to share, but there were some concepts that I'm not certain are biblical. On a similar vein, Levi, will you please be mindful of saying "Oh my God" in your sermons, simply as an expression versus talking to Him?
Anyway, I offer all this as a coach, not a critic, as he explains in his second preaching message in this series, and more importantly, as a sister in Christ who really appreciates what Levi is doing. It seems like his work is mainly targeted to seekers and new believers, and I'm deeper into my faith walk than that, yet value his style, especially with all the cultural relevance.
Explaining the basic concepts in a way many people can relate to gives me ideas for how to talk to people who need Jesus, or who claim to know him but need a lot more of him. I can also see it helping me as a parent elucidating to my kids, though I still prefer to do it directly through the lens of Scripture vs. wolf life! (Wolf likeness is one of the main themes in this book.) We are way too quick to forget vital facts we need to live lives of victory and slipping into negativity as a default mode (his words), so I don't regret reading it. In the future, however, I'd enjoy a work that is for a more mature audience with more intricate considerations.