Y'all. I loved it.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is one of those books that really makes you think about what you are doing with your calling. I think most of us try to learn and attain knowledge. We want to grow. The problem is that we know so much and train ourselves so little. In the Way of the Warrior, we see why the inner man is so important. That man has the true power. If he is without self-control or vision, such will be your life.
In The Way of the Warrior, we are told what is needed to train and fight for the people around us. You will see how pain can make us stronger and how to take charge of the the life you’ve been given. We see more power in intimate knowledge than brute force. We must fight to free our mind.
This is a book written with authority. It’s powerful and convicting. I wrote out something from almost every page in my journal. The words here have become a prayer. If we are going and we plan to speak life, we need to prepare ourselves. I highly recommend it to prayer warriors and anyone looking to go forth with the gospel.
I liked this much better that his last book. It was good for the most part, but It seemed to trail off in different directions. This book was a powerhouse all the way through.