Book Review: Walls Fall Down by Dudley Rutherford

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Dudley Rutherford’s second book, Walls Fall Down, is an inspiration and biblical account on what lessons we can learn from the incident of the Walls of Jericho (Joshua 6), and how that applies to our lives. He goes into a historical study of the biblical account, then makes it extremely practical for Christian living by describing what this says about God’s faithfulness and our ability to overcome trials and obstacles in our lives through trust in God and guidance by His Spirit.

This is a book that is practical and will help you in your Christian walk, especially if you have walls (ex. obstacles, challenges, pains, trials) that need to be broken down, especially if they are hindering your walk with the Lord. The book is broken down into 7 insightful chapters that you can use for personal studies, reflection, and ultimately, action.

Note: I received this book as a complimentary review copy from Booklookbloggers.com. I was not obligated to give a good review, but only my honest opinion.

 

Book reviewed by author Steve Cha, author of Hollywood Mission: Possible: