ReadersMagnet Review recommends these five interesting Christian books to read this month.

Elijah by Priscilla Shirer

Priscilla Shirer’s Elijah – Bible Study Book: Faith and Fire takes a closer look at one of the most enduring and well-loved characters in the Bible aside from Jesus Christ. Elijah is one of the heroes from The Old Testament. Elijah was from Tishbe in Gilead and was famous for battled hundreds of false prophets and called down fire on Mount Carmel, proving that Yahweh is the one true God. Priscilla Shirer’s Elijah invites readers to embark on a 7-session journey through the life and times of the great prophet and embraced the same faith, courage, and resolved that God has blessed him with. Through the guides sessions and video presentation, readers will learn not only about Elijah but more about their potential as leaders and Christians.

Fresh Fire by Mark Spell

Fresh Fire: Spiritual Transitions That Lead to Total Man Rebirth is the 2016 guidebook by Pastor Mark L. Spell. It is changing lives through teaching and prayer by Spell. The book is designed for all kinds of Christian readers, whether you are a newly baptized or a Christian who has spent most of his life constantly seeking God’s grace. The book’s discussion includes spiritual warfare, the nature of Satan, and how unclean spirits affect our daily lives. It also discusses the true nature of God and how He sees us, imperfections and all, and the importance of being authentic to our true selves when we pray. After reading the book, readers are expected to have a renewed appreciation towards devotion and faith in God’s design in our lives. Fresh Fire by Pastor Mark Spell is one remarkable read.

The God Code by Greg Bradden

Almost two decades since it was first published, Greg Bradden’s The God Code: The Secret of our Past, the Promise of our Future still amazes and shocks many readers. The New York Times-bestselling author of The Isaiah Project wows readers with his theory of an ancient language, whose message is hidden within the DNA of our bodies. This coded message, The God Code, links Biblical alphabets to our genetic code, and if unlocked, could change humanity as we know it. Regardless of our race, religion, heritage, lifestyle, the message is the same in cells of every human being, past and present. The God Code by Greg Bradden presents a fundamental discovery based on his extensive research and study. Its Christianity meets Science like never before.

Seamless by Angie Smith

Angie Smith is a popular public speaker, author, and wife of Todd Smith. She has written several Christian books and published two children’s books as well. In 2015, Angie Smith released Seamless, an inspirational guidebook designed to tackle insecurities and give readers a sense of clarity and confidence in understanding the Holy Scriptures. In this 7-session study, individual and small groups can learn more about ket features of the Bible and connect the stories from the Old and New Testaments into one incredible and cohesive journey of faith, self-discovery, devotion, and knowledge of the Word of God. Seamless is one groundbreaking book every Christian should read. It is both educational and inspiring.

Be Still by Cleere Cherry

Be Still: 90 Devotions for the Hopeful Heart is the complete title of Cleere Cherry’s 2019 devotional book. Although the book focuses on female readers, inviting every woman to be anchored in God’s presence, the book is for anyone looking for a refreshing way to build a new and more stable relationship with God. This 90-day devotional book highlights the need for us to take a moment to be away from the hassles and pressures of modern daily living and re-examine the Word of God and meditate on it. The book features the Daily Scripture and short inspiring thoughts and guided prayers designed to renew your energy. Be Still is a book that will usher you into days of hope and joy.