This book couldn't have come into my life at a better time. A Divine Invitation the embodiment of the cry of my heart for the past year. "I feel like Lucy Ricardo on the production line at the candy factory. I can't keep up and I can't swallow anymore...I was hungry to experience deeper intimacy with Jesus Christ, but had become distracted by my busy lifestyle. I had allowed the mechanics of ministry and 'living the Christian life' to rob me of the exhilarating awareness of the indwelling presence of Christ." writes Steve McVey. I could have written that paragraph myself (well maybe not so eloquently).
A Divine Invitation is meaty; I had to read it slowly, savoring each chapter. Then I had to go live it. That was the hard part.
Reading the book has renewed my passion for my first love, Jesus. It has inspired me to make more time for Him in my life.
If you are feeling thirsty for more of Jesus or dissatisfied with your present walk with the Lord, read this book. It contains study questions at the end of each chapter and would be perfect for a group Bible study.