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As a believer, how is your personal relationship with Jesus? Do you know Him personally because you have a connection with Him? Do you spend time with Him through fasting, studying or meditating on the Word, or in fellowship? Or do you only know Him through what your pastor, priest, rabbi or spiritual leader says about Him? Suppose they are misleading you? Have you considered if they know Him personally? From Spiritual Death to Spiritual Growth and Renewal by Irene S. Roth will educate Catholics primarily on how to authenticate their beliefs for themselves instead of going through the regular rituals that churches require. In this book you will learn everything that you need to know, from dying to the spirit to being born again.
Irene S. Roth truly enlightened me with the contents in this book because people can be like puppets on a string when it comes to churches. What was more important was the display of the seven signs of spiritual death that ranged from the rituals and the lack of passion towards Jesus to the lack of connecting with Jesus when praying, particularly during Mass. What is pointed out is not specific to only the Catholic church, but to the various types of denominations throughout the world. It is great that Irene S. Roth decided to take the reins and to challenge the Catholic church. As a church body, we must remove the veil from our eyes and get real about who He truly is personally, and not by what someone tells us.