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Author Tom Payne takes the reader along three types of feasts in his book entitled A Guide To God's Perplexing Path. These feasts are: The Feast of Passover, The Feast of Pentecost and The Feast of Ingathering. The path that leads the believer into an encounter with God is the path they must pursue. While there are paths that lead to Buddha, Islam, Jewish, and other religions, only those whose path leads to Jesus Christ will find true happiness. Author Payne discusses where a path shouldn't lead a reader so they aren't led astray from the true will of God. There is a discussion of the cross and its importance within the life of the believer. There are sections within the book that reveal details concerning the lives of D.L. Moody, John Bunyan, T.S. Eliot, F.B. Meyers and others.
Author Payne discusses the love and power of the cross and the purpose it displays within the life of the believer. There is a call to apply the lessons learned within this book for the reader to become a stronger, more effective Christian. There are many examples given and detailed explanations of these various feasts. This is a very well written book that will enable the believer to grow deeper within their faith and establish their foundation solid and sure in Jesus Christ. Author Payne allows the reader to be challenged and take a deeper look within their own hearts to see if they have areas of improvement that they need to make.