4 - 8 July
by Ray Hawkins
About the Book:
Ray Hawkins, retired after over 40 years as a Churches of Christ minister, enjoys sharing themes from the Scriptures through Devotional writing. Married to Mary, multi-published inspirational romance author, they have three children and five grandchildren. Ray shares his insights in his first two books on Marriage and Children with more ideas to come about ministry and much more. Living in Beauty Point Tasmania Ray heads up a new Christian Fellowship as well as doing relief preaching, community work and writing.
As you might guess from the title, the central theme of the study is the importance of the Bible, the inspired Word of God—both logos and rhema, written and spoken. He looks at different types of swords and their uses, both physical and allegorical.
I will admit that I haven’t yet finished this study (logic says it takes thirty days to complete a thirty-day study, and I just didn’t get it started in time). I’ve read some of Ray Hawkins’ other Bible study books and recommend them for their sensible use and application of scripture, and for Ray’s personal insights based on years as a Christian minister.
The Warrior Lord’s Sword is more of the same: sensible and intelligent teaching from a man worth listening to, with plenty of quotable thoughts to ponder (like the one above). Recommended.
You can read the introduction below: