Seeing the Unseen is a simple and concise book, which focuses on motivating and leading you to a deeper personal walk with our God and Savior. However, there is a difference in his approach then the typical spiritual help books you may have filling your shelves. The author, T.W. Hunt, focuses on faith itself, breaking it down and emphasizing the things that can enhance or endanger our faith, thus affecting our walk with God and the ability to see His work scattered throughout the mundane in our days. He doesn’t do this through long wordy chapters, but is concise and straight to the point. He breaks faith down; it’s role, what it is, the “pathway” to having faith, etc., giving scripture upon scripture, walking you through and truly opening your eyes to the areas you may need to focus on as you grow closer to Christ. As you read, you find Hunt has an obvious passion to help others pursue the depths of God’s faithfulness the way he has experienced in his own life, and if you read with the intent to learn and apply, this will happen.
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