Author Barry Nehls’ New Book ‘The Blindfolded Church’ is a Moving Spiritual Work Meant to Open the Eyes of Christians to View the Way God Meant the Church to Be

Barry Nehls, a pastor with a ministry akin to the apostle Paul, has completed his new book, “The Blindfolded Church”: a moving work of spirituality.
Nehls shares, “I do not believe the blindness of the church happened suddenly. There have been brilliant moves of God in the church since the Lord’s ascension. However, it has been a slow, methodical process whereby a blindfold has slipped over the eyes of discernment, and the church chooses to remain in the dark.
“Why would anyone choose to remain blind? Think of it this way. A child born blind cannot describe the experience of seeing a beautiful rose, the glow of a sunset, the majesty of snowcapped mountains, or a crashing waterfall. There is no desire for sight, having never experienced the sensation. For those that see, we would never choose to be blind and remain so.
“A blindfold suggests that something has willfully been placed over the eyes to prevent sight. The enemy has not only pulled the blindfold over the spiritual eyes of the church but deceived her into thinking she can still see.
“Jesus Christ was sent to heal the brokenhearted, preach deliverance to the captives, and recover sight to the blind. May we, the church of the living God, remove the blindfold and once again charge forth with the gospel to a lost and dying world.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Barry Nehls’ new book will guide thinking back toward the way of the gospel as it was meant to be to refocus a lost people.
Readers can purchase “The Blindfolded Church” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books