Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Prince Warriors and the Swords of Rhema by Priscilla Shirer

The Prince Warriors and the Swords of Rhema by Priscilla Shirer

About: In this third book of The Prince Warriors trilogy, the Prince Warriors finally receive their last piece of armor—the swords they were promised when they began their adventure in the unseen realm of Ahoratos. And none too soon, for they must face the ultimate enemy, one who is gathering his Forgers and creating unthinkable new evil to stop the Prince Warriors from winning any battle ever again. 

My Thoughts:

Swords of Rhema is the third book in the Prince of Warriors series and I absolutely love this series. I highly recommend reading the first two books, although they can be read as a stand alone books, it is better if you read them in order to understand them completely. Ms. Shirer once again does a fantastic job at reaching not only Tweens, but adults too in an epic battle between spitural warfare and what is happening in the natural world. I Love how this book uses children to teach us that this earth isn't our home, but that Heaven is and she does such a great job at utilizing this amazing story line to draw such deep points across to the reader. I love that its a trilogy series that many children, Tweens or adults would not pick up, otherwise. If you haven't read these books, I highly recommend it. Thank you to Wynn Wynn Media for providing me a copy. A positive review was not required. I give Swords of Rhema 5/5 stars. 

About the Author:

Priscilla Shirer is a homemade cinnamon-roll baker, Bible teacher, and bestselling author who didn’t know her books (The Resolution For Women and Fervent) were on The New York Times Best Seller list until somebody else told her. Because who has time to check such things while raising three rapidly growing sons? When she and Jerry, her husband of sixteen years, are not busy leading Going Beyond Ministries, they spend most of their time cleaning up after and trying to satisfy the appetites of these guys. And that is what first drove Priscilla to dream up this fictional story about the very un-fictional topic of spiritual warfare—to help raise up a new generation of Prince Warriors under her roof. And under yours.

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