Enlightening book invites readers to dine on God’s exclusive menu
Tacoma, WA– Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled (Matt. 5:6). In his new book made available through Xlibris, author Lenall Battle invites readers to Stay Hungry—not with material food and drink, but with God’s Word.
Food, as defined in the Oxford American dictionary, is nutritious substance. It is essential for living and it is vital that one should desire to consume the right type of food as well. Just like an individual’s natural body needs food to survive, so does an individual’s spirit and soul need God’s word to survive. However, in today’s modern society, man would rather listen to the stock market report rather than to God’s report.
In Stay Hungry, the author encourages readers to keep the desire for God’s word alive so that the spirit and soul will stay nourished. Fear, depression, loneliness, hopelessness, anger, humanistic pride, jealousy and a host of other issues are all by-products of the spiritual part of a person going without subsistence or not getting enough of the right subsistence.
“Always stay hungry for the more of God,” the author shares. “Your blessing is in your appetite for the righteousness of God. Stay hungry and be thirsty for the divine increase of God. Let’s eat!”
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About the Author
Bishop Lenall Battle is the Senior Pastor of Unity Christian Ministries in Tacoma, Washington. He is also the Vice President of God’s Revealing Word International Inc. and Co Founder of People Helping People PHP Foundation. Bishop Battle is a avid Community Activist serving on the Board of Directors of Unity Children University and travels extensively ministering across the nation.
Stay Hungry * by Lenall Battle
Publication Date: February 3, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 63 pages; 978-1-4568-5269-6
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 63 pages; 978-1-4568-5270-2
Ebook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-5271-9
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