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by James L. Rubart

  • ISBN: 1613752091
  • Author: James L. Rubart
  • ePub ver: 1761 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged edition (November 6, 2012)
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  • Category: Bibles
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
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Soul’s Gate is the first book in a trilogy by author James Rubart. This book stretched my spiritual understanding and brought me closer to my Creator. If you think Christianity is boring, you’ll think differently after reading Soul's Gate s Rupart.

Soul’s Gate is the first book in a trilogy by author James Rubart. In it, a man named Reece puts together a team of spiritual warriors after God reveals them to him through a prophesy. The team will exist to free people from their spiritual bondage by using the Holy Spirit to enter into their very souls and do battle with the demons that seek to keep people enslaved. 2 people found this helpful.

Every now and then we get a break from reality  . James L. Rubart in his new book, Soul’s Gate Book One in the Well Spring series published by Thomas Nelson takes us into the life of Reece Roth. From the back cover: Every now and then we get a break from reality. A glimpse into the other world that is more real than the reality we live in 99 percent of our days. The Bible is about a world of demons and angels and great evil and even greater glory. What if you could travel inside another person’s soul?

Soul’s Gate is the first book in a trilogy by author James Rubart. Reece will train the team (the Leader, the Temple, the Teacher, and the Song) at a remote campground called Wellspring

This book was better than I expected! The premise was interesting and the story made me think and I was drawn into the characters very quickly. Can't wait to read the next in the series!

This book was better than I expected! The premise was interesting and the story made me think and I was drawn into the characters very quickly. Can't wait to read the next in the series!

Every now and then we get a break from reality. Rubart has a stellar ability to communicate spiritual truth through a highly original, well-told story

Every now and then we get a break from reality. Rubart has a stellar ability to communicate spiritual truth through a highly original, well-told story. Relatable characters and a fast-paced plot provide all of the key elements for a compulsively readable tale. the ending brought a huge smile to my face.

Author Rubart, James L. Categories: Fiction. Books by Rubart, James . Memory's Door (A Well Spring Novel). 7/10 10.

Souls Gate, Wells Spring Novel Series - By: James Rubart. One of the best in Christian Fiction I have enjoyed James Rubart’s novels for many years

Souls Gate, Wells Spring Novel Series - By: James Rubart. Soul's Gate" by James L. Rubart was the 2013 Christy Award winner in Visionary fiction. Soul's Gate by James L. Rubart: The Prophecy says he must lead them deep into a spiritual realm to fight for the souls of men. Evil will stalk them, determined to keep them enslaved. One of the best in Christian Fiction I have enjoyed James Rubart’s novels for many years. I was a little late to joining the Rubart bandwagon but I’m pleased to say that I’m a happy member now. Outstanding Jake Palmer is a management trainer who makes a living encouraging others to read what’s on their label rather than believi.

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What if you could travel inside another person’s soul? To battle for them. To be part of Jesus healing their deepest wounds. To help set them free to step boldly into their divinely designed future. 30 years ago, that’s exactly what Reece Roth did. Until tragedy shattered his life and ripped away his future. Now God has drawn Reece out of the shadows to fulfill a prophecy spoken over him three decades ago. A prophecy about four warriors with the potential to change the world . . . if Reece will face his deepest regret and teach them what he has learned. They gather at a secluded and mysterious ranch deep in the mountains of Colorado, where they will learn to see the spiritual world around them with stunning clarity — and how to step into the supernatural. Their training is only the beginning. The four have a destiny to pursue a freedom even Reece doesn’t fully fathom. But they have an enemy hell-bent on destroying them, and he’ll stop at nothing to keep them from their quest for true freedom and the coming battle of souls.

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Mmsa
Jim is an author who comes up with mind-twisting plots and what-ifs. Soul's Gate was no exception. The characters were interesting, but what grabbed me and is staying with me after closing the book is the idea that I want God to use me in a way like He did the characters. Imagine four people who fulfill an old prophecy. They are to come together to bring freedom to those who are in bondage. They have to start with themselves...and that means jumping in to other people's souls -- with permission -- to do warfare for them. Jim admits in an author note, that may not be possible. But so many other things in the book come straight from the Bible. Bottom line, I closed the book with a cry in my heart and hunger to be used by God in fresh, new, mighty ways to bring His freedom to this world. Definitely a book that can impact readers as much as Frank Peretti's This Present Darkness.
Mogelv
“Soul’s Gate” is the first book in a trilogy by author James Rubart. In it, a man named Reece puts together a team of spiritual warriors after God reveals them to him through a prophesy. The team will exist to free people from their spiritual bondage by using the Holy Spirit to enter into their very souls and do battle with the demons that seek to keep people enslaved. Reece will train the team (the Leader, the Temple, the Teacher, and the Song) at a remote campground called Wellspring. As the four begin their work together, they realize quickly that they must fight their own demons before they can attempt to battle for anyone else. Each in turn – Dana, Brandon, Marcus, and even Reece, will have to look into the dark places of their own pasts if they hope to become the warriors that God has chosen them to be.

This is the third book I’ve read by Rubart – the others being “Rooms” and “The Chair”. I enjoyed both of those first two books a lot and was excited to read this one. Unfortunately, this was my least favorite of three that I’ve read. The premise of this one is good, and in all honesty, is on a subject that many Christians today prefer to sweep under the rug. In many circles, spiritual warfare has been relegated to those hushed conversations between Christians that the majority consider to be on the fringe even though the bible speaks clearly and strongly on the subject. The idea that dark or demonic forces are warring against us every single day is something that our western culture simply doesn’t want to take seriously. So I applaud Rubart for being willing to tackle the subject. The problem is that while the idea for the story is strong, the book wasn’t nearly as well executed as his others. Dana and Brandon’s previous relationship, Marcus’ failure as a father and husband early in his marriage, and even Reece’s devastating past are all handled much too conveniently. The scenes inside the soul of someone else are all lackluster and feel less like the wonder they should be and more like something out of Bill and Ted’s bogus journey. The encounters with the demons don’t feel like something out of a horror movie but instead seem more like dealing with a dirty used car salesman.

It’s not all bad. The book did make me think about my own opinions on spiritual warfare and my need to pray harder for those who are struggling. And I’m sure that was Rubart’s reason for writing the book. So that at least was accomplished through the story. It’s just that from an entertainment perspective, the book is not of the quality that his other works have been. I give this one three stars – it was Ok, but not great.
Querlaca
Love, love love this book! I could not put it down. James does a wonderful job showing us we serve a living God who desires us to walk in freedom! While the story may be fiction, the message and ideas are relevant to believers who walk in the gifts of the spirit. The characters pull you into the story and speak to all those who have wounds from this life on earth. Their walk will give others hope. You do not have to stay stuck in the past, with God, there is nothing that cannot be overcome or healed. Beautifully done. Can't wait to read the rest in this series. Highly recommend!
Damdyagab
Reading Souls Gate was an incredible journey of going deeper in God. The characters were believable and real, with real questions and thoughts about what they were experiencing as they chose to increase their intimacy with God. I loved how this book stirred me to be more aware of the Holy Spirit and what He is saying to me each day, as well as the power He has given to us in Jesus Christ. This book is for anyone wanting a fresh perspective in their relationship with Jesus or who desires to go deeper still in Him. The words, scriptures and message of pressing into more freedom in Christ will stay with me for a long time to come.
showtime
I love this writer! Soul's Gate takes some of the descriptions of the supernatural occurrences in scripture and "supposes" with them. Suppose we could do that today! And if we could do that today, suppose we could then do this? James Rubart's imagination did the rest. His first book, Rooms, was a tough act to follow, and it still has that first spot in my opinion. But this one is a winner, too. Spiritual warfare is something we war against every day, whether we realize it or not. This book takes that spiritual warfare and brings it to life in a real, physical way. And maybe--just maybe--after you read it, you'll be a little more aware of the battle taking place in your own heart.

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