ABOUT THE BOOK: History’s greatest renaissance; a spiritual one; is about to unfold before our very eyes. In his first two “Seven Mountain” books, The Seven Mountain Prophecy and The Seven Mountain Mantle, author Johnny Enlow showed how Christians are called to manifest the kingdom of God in the seven primary spheres of society: religion, education, family, government, economy, media, and the arts. Now, he reveals the changes he expects to take place over the next several decades in each of these spheres. We have entered an “Era of Renaissance” that will not be complete until the invisible God is made visible through the influence of His ambassadorial children in every area of society. The first Renaissance in history showcased the achievements of man, but this new renaissance will display the brilliance and works of God for the whole world to see. By 2050, an on–fire, loving church with a hope–filled worldview will be globally advancing, walking in unprecedented signs and wonders and supernatural manifestations of power. Many nations will walk in a high level of national transformation. How will you respond to this new era? Will you help your own nation to experience a far–reaching renaissance, to the glory of God?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Johnny Enlow is an author, a speaker, a reformer, and a mentor. He is Senior Apostolic Leader at Harvest International Ministries (H.I.M.), a large network of over 20,000 churches in fifty–plus nations. Johnny Enlow was born and raised in Peru, South America, where his parents were missionaries for five decades. Along with his wife, Elizabeth, he founded Daystar International Christian Fellowship in Atlanta, Georgia, where he served as senior pastor for over fourteen years. Johnny and Elizabeth have been married for twenty–six years and have four daughters and one son–in–law: Ross and Promise, Justice, Grace, and Glory. The Enlows make their home in California.
I wasn’t sure what to expect when I decided to read this book but I have to say my eyes have been open to a new way of looking at things.
The first couple of chapters really spoke to my spirit, so much so I had tears in my eyes and I can’t even tell you exactly why.
Johnny did a great job outlining Christian history, things I never knew and honestly, most Christians probably don’t. We are exalting some Christians in our past who maybe we should learn more about first.
As a teacher I did raise my eyebrows at some of his views on education, but some things I do agree with and see his point.
There are many more things I could talk about but I want to encourage your to pick up the book for yourself. Enter with an open mind and take the things he shares and reflect on them. You might not agree with everything either but it will definitely give you something to think about.
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A copy of this book was given to me through The Book Club Network Inc. in exchange for an honest review.