And My Review of Premeditated Serendipity
Ok. So let’s talk about a book that made me laugh and cheer and maybe even feel a little righteous anger. And all in a hundred pages or so. That’s par for the course for Chautona Havig (she did, after all, write the funniest book I read last year). But Premeditated Serendipity will also make you think. It stirred up a question that wasn’t new territory for me. In this story, a character gives a new believer a prophecy that might change the course of his life. Prophecy is a hot topic in the Pentecostal tradition, but many believers, from many traditions, don’t know really know what to do with it. Some assume prophecies today are just fake, and others assume that a prophecy should always be trusted and followed, especially if spoken by someone they love and respect. So how do you know if a prophecy is really from God?
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