Author Bill Stimpson’s new book, ‘THE PROPHETIC WORD’ is a spiritual guide to understanding the book of prophets

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Jun 2, 2022

Recent release “THE PROPHETIC WORD” from Covenant Books author Bill Stimpson is a discourse on the prophecies in the Bible and their meaning to guide believers to live the best way they can, in His image and likeness.

Bill Stimpson, an ordained deacon, has completed his new book, “THE PROPHETIC WORD”: a spiritual guide to understanding the prophecies of the Bible.

Stimpson shares, “For many Scripture readers, the ‘prophetic word’ is about how God is going to punish this or another population for crimes they committed. It is very true that in the prophetic books of the Scriptures, the prophet is challenging the reader to consider the consequences of a particular behavior. To stop there, though, is to only get a small part of the message, the word that God wants us to hear.

“The prophets did not simply challenge Israel then, nor even us today, to change their ways of doing but to change their way—our way—of being. The prophetic word is about how God called Israel and her Canaanite neighbors to seek a fraternal relationship with God. Humanity today is called by that same God into that same relationship through God’s Son, Jesus the Christ.

“The prophetic word is about redemption, about restoration, about communion. Repentance is the path, but God’s desire for communion with His created self-image is at the core of the prophetic word.”

Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Bill Stimpson’s new book encourages believers to strengthen their connection with Christ so that they may better live as he intended.

Readers can purchase “THE PROPHETIC WORD” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

Covenant Books is an international Christian-owned and -operated publishing house based in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. Covenant Books specializes in all genres of work that appeal to the Christian market. For additional information or media inquiries, contact Covenant Books at 843-507-8373.   

Source: Covenant Books

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