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Soul's Gate by James L. Rubart

What if we could physically see the spiritual warfare around us? And in us? What if you were able to help others battle for their freedom in Christ?

The characters in Soul’s Gate by James L. Rubart can do just that. Following a prophecy from long ago, Reece has come out of the shadows and formed a team of warriors that he trains to go into other people’s souls and battle for them in the name of Christ. As their eyes open to the spiritual realm around them, amazing things happen. People experience a freedom they never thought possible. But, the enemy starts to notice and wants it to end, now.

I was a bit skeptical of Soul’s Gate at first. The premise seemed too far fetched  But I was surprisingly drawn in and engaged in the story. The writing is clear, engaging and fast paced. The characters, while a bit stereotypical, are realistic and honest. I was challenged a bit too. Do I have my eyes open to all that is happening spiritually around me? Is there more that I am missing? I would recommend this book. It is the first in a series and I look forward to reading the rest.

I received a free copy of this book through BookSneeze in exchange for my review. I was not required to write a positive review.


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