High On God
Matt Spinks, author
Welcome to the High on God experience! Are you experienced!? This is more than a book! It’s an invitation into a life-long experience of ecstatic joy and bliss! There are very few books in the world which carry this kind of energy to release holy laughter and a supernatural high! The world is often filled with so much discouragement, depression, and striving just to be happy. This book presents an actual solution in a radical approach to Jesus!! For many, the message of Jesus has not been associated with the overwhelming joy of living. This book displays Jesus as the love drunk Lord of the Dance! “High on God,” shares personal stories, encounters, history, and Biblical foundations to thrust its’ readers right into a life better than any high! It’s written in a language that will challenge both Christians and non-Christians, yet includes more than enough to excite readers of all backgrounds. The author, Matt Spinks, has had more than ten years of experience living out this joy in community. Matt walks in a unique tangible atmosphere of child-likeness and joy, and has seen thousands of people released into heavenly ecstasy and encounter. He shares what he has learned in this rich and detailed, power-packed book of bliss! High on God – There is No High Like the Most High! This is a book aimed at young spiritual seekers, a demographic the author has had extensive experience among over the last ten years of ministry and spiritual gatherings. Everyone is looking for a high of some kind. Humans are all naturally hedonistic!
In his overemotional debut, Spinks, founder of Christian community outreach nonprofit the Fire House Projects, describes his spiritual inner life as an “intoxicating bliss.” Wading through excessive exclamation marks and entire words typed in capital letters, readers will find claims of how Spinks has experienced God’s presence in majestic ways. For instance, Spinks tells how he was once struck mute for six straight hours by God’s overwhelming power and how he witnessed the supernatural teleportation of a car by the hand of God. While it is difficult to get through the dense, unwieldy prose, readers who persevere will find solid advice about reinvigorating one’s spiritual fervor, including a helpful chapter on how channelling passions into work can bring improvements to one’s spiritual life as well. Spinks also describes the different types of his “God highs” and provides biblical examples of prophets feeling ecstasy. Devout Christian readers will find plenty to relate to in Spinks’s assertion that being high on God is both possible and necessary: “People are absolutely wasted, whacked, jacked up, and thoroughly high on God... Becoming aware that you have been included in Christ causes you to experience His reality now as yours.” Christian readers who can handle Spinks’s messy prose will be entranced by this ecstatic testament to God’s presence. (BookLife)