By Chuck D. Pierce, Charisma House, softcover, 240 pages, $14.99.
Awakening to a new season requires bringing an end to the grief of a previous one. Chuck D. Pierce follows up his best-selling Interpreting the Times with Redeeming the Time and makes “new” a central theme: new call, new day, new time. We are more likely to enter the new through a shaking, and the shift beneath us can be disconcerting at first.
Pierce warns that outward appearances can cause us to miss our time, declaring, “Overcome, or be overcome!” Redeeming the Time examines the concept that national political changes can be “indicators” of God’s purpose and lead to the unveiling of His overall plan for a given generation.
In the end, we can choose to participate in God’s transforming of earthly evils and harms by making choices of a personal nature, that, ultimately, can increase the kingdom just as much as spiritual battles waged by a body of believers.