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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Believers on Spiritual Holiday by Nelson Osuala appeals to Christians to keep growing in their knowledge of God and in their relationship with Him. The book is divided into four sections. The first examines how spiritual stagnation begins, the second takes a closer look at spiritual life, the third discusses spiritual weapons used by the devil to cause stagnation while in the fourth how spiritual growth can be achieved after a period of decline is discussed. Each section is divided into different chapters that explore specific topics relating to the section. In the book’s eighth chapter, which falls under the fourth part, the work discusses the value of humility with regard to continued growth and restoration in the case of previous spiritual dormancy.
The work is brief and to the point. In some instances, conversations are imagined which creates a practical scenario of the issues discussed in the book. Conservative in its approach, the work adopts a stern tone which reflects the weight of the matters discussed. Scriptures are quoted alongside quotes from contemporary figures which add to the work’s depth. In other parts, excerpts from external sources such as magazines and other publications are included which expound on the author’s message. Thoughtful questions are also incorporated such as in the fourth chapter which includes the question: Do you prefer the Gifts as against the Giver? Believers on Spiritual Holiday by Nelson Osuala inspires growth by assessing reasons why Christians lose their initial passion and how this can be revived.