1. Profound Good – See God Through the Lens of His Love
I want to take a few moments and update my blog on what I’ve been reading. A friend recommended “Profound Good – See God Through the Lens of His Love” by Blake K. Healy. This is a book about “seeing” in the spiritual realm.
As a believer in Jesus Christ and the gifts of the spirit, I am somewhat familiar with the gift of being able to see into the spiritual realm. I have known a few people who have this gift and use it with integrity and discretion.
Upon reading the foreword, I knew I wouldn’t be able to put this book down. The author is so open and honest about his gift and how at times it has been both a blessing and a burden. Mr. Healy’s style of writing is easy to read and so purely honest. He shares in great detail what he understands and the things he doesn’t.
The most important thing is that the author takes you on a journey through his experiences that reflect the profound kindness and generosity of the Father. He introduces the concept that we can walk in both the natural and spiritual realms at the same time.
This book is so good that I plan to read it again. There is so much to be learned from the author’s experiences.
2. The Veil: An Invitation to the Unseen Realm
Because I enjoyed “Profound Good” so much, I also choose to read Blake K. Healy’s book “The Veil: An Invitation to the Unseen Realm“. This book was actually written before he wrote “Profound Good“.
I wasn’t sure what to expect since I had already read the second book first, but this book was even more enlightening and honest about the author’s experiences. “The Veil” takes the reader through some of Mr. Healy’s earliest memories and experiences of seeing into the spiritual realm.
He takes great care to honestly share his journey from the time he was a young boy through his adult life. His journey was full of flaws but what is revealed is the learning of how to steward his gift in partnership with the Father and guidance of the Holy Spirit.
There is so much encouragement and love to be discovered by the reader. His experiences clearly reveal God desire to be in relationship with us. Pressing in to His presence is where the spiritual realm becomes alive and real to us in the natural.
Whether you are a “believer or not” I highly recommend these books. It is not often that I desire to re-read a book but that is exactly what I will be doing. The author’s honesty in his journey is encouraging and leaves the reader full of hope. I believe that any reader would enjoy and be encouraged by either of these books.
HAPPY READING EVERYONE!