The Invisible World by Anthony DeStefano

The Invisible World by Anthony Destefano is a book about what we can’t see but suspect (or avoid to) are real; Hidden somewhere unplaceable.

The Invisible World by Anthony DeStefano

The Book

Every person has it. It’s called a “haunt detector.” It’s the hidden alarm that goes off in our heads should we detect that something mystical or unknown has happened.

Relaxing one day at home, sitting around, and, for no particular reason, someone that you haven’t seen or thought of in a long time comes to your mind. The phone rings. You pick it up, and astonishingly, it’s that person!

Many of us have undergone this phenomenon. What about it?

The author answers this compelling question in this fascinating book.

Despite how small is our understanding or how brief such moments can be, he explains the substance of the spiritual dimension that surrounds us and shows how it can be immediately accessible to everybody.

DeStefano discusses all aspects of the spiritual realm, like the existence of demons and angels, where passed away loved ones are, and even the influence of God in our lives.

He wrote the book to be completely consistent with traditional Christian education. The Invisible World will assist readers in embracing a certainty that helps us act according to moral beliefs; The book gives us a greater sense of the abundance and shows that no amount of suffering in our lives will ever destroy the foundations of everyday inner peace.

If you are seeking reassurance about meaning in their life, nothing is more significant than to be reminded that no one is alone. In this work, Anthony DeStefano shows the truth of this in an inspiring and moving way.

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About the Author: Anthony DeStefano is the bestselling author of Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, A Travel Guide to Heaven, This Little Prayer of Mine, Little Star, and I Just Can’t Take it Anymore. He has received prestigious awards from religious organizations worldwide for his efforts to advance Christian beliefs in modern culture.

The Invisible World: Understanding Angels, Demons, and the Spiritual Realities That Surround Us Book Cover The Invisible World: Understanding Angels, Demons, and the Spiritual Realities That Surround Us
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The Review

This book is a wonderfully well-written work by Anthony DeStefano. He reveals in detail the domain of the spiritual realm, using a direct and simple language that everyone can understand; Even those who's never had any contact with the supernatural will think twice after reading what he has to say.

This situation was exactly my case. I'd never heard nor experienced any spiritual phenomena in life, so, to me their existence was just a matter of faith. Mr. DeStefano gave a boost on my faith towards the existence of something else.

The writer divided his book into ten chapters, covering in progression the following topics:

  1. The Haunter Detector
  2. The Invisible God
  3. Invisible Helpers
  4. Invisible Evil
  5. Invisible Soul
  6. Invisible Warfare
  7. Invisible Grace
  8. Invisible Power of Suffering
  9. Invisible Destiny
  10. Seeing the Invisible.

DeStefano's explanation on demon's attacks on human souls for not been able to confront God directly convinced me that he is a serious author that took great care on covering every premise with basis in The Scriptures.

I suggest this book for all people, faithful or not, that feel skeptical, or with scientific minds like myself, and have issues with believing in the supernatural world.

The publishers were kind enough to send me a copy for an uncompromised book review through their blogger book review program.

If you are reading this review, feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts.


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