Monday, November 13, 2017

Walking on Water by Jennifer Miskov

This book will change your life, if you let it. Miskov uses Peter's experience of walking on the water to encourage us to keep our eyes on Jesus, to grow closer to Him, yield our hearts, and take the risk of stepping out of the boat.

I don't think I have ever read a book where the author is so passionate to see us focused on Jesus. Miskov puts legs to her passion. She has included “activations,” suggestions at the end of each chapter, practical ideas to implement her teaching.

Some of her insightful teaching includes developing a secret place to spend time with Jesus. She writes about storms and how they give us the opportunity to know Jesus better. She shares how perseverance is required to get to what is greater on the other side. She shares many of her own experiences with honesty, revealing lessons learned. I really liked her comments about social media. She discovered that “life is too short to waste it looking down all the time.” (Loc. 991/2395)

Miskov reminds us that Jesus gave Peter the opportunity to change the world, as He does to us. As long as Peter remained focused on Jesus, he could do the impossible, as can we.

I highly recommend this book. Miskov's passion is contagious. This book will change your life, if you let it.

Food for thought: “All God wants from us is passion.” (Loc 2050/2395)

You can watch a book trailer here.

My rating: 5/5 stars.

Jennifer A. Miskov, PhD, loves to lead people to an encounter with Jesus through writing, teaching, and ministry. She is the founding director of Destiny House. She currently teaches revival history classes at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. She has written several books and loves to inspire new writers and offers a writing workshop. You can find out more about Miskov and her ministry at

Chosen Books, 192 pages.

I received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher. My comments are an independent and honest review.

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