"Fresh Faith" by Jim Cymbala.4 out of 5 stars.This book is the sequel to "Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire."Praise God, a wonderful little book on faith that isn't written from some sort of hype centered around "positive confession" and acting like problems we encounter in life really don't exist. Filled with powerful real life examples of faith in action, Cymbala shows us how faith overcomes even the most difficult of problems we are faced with, including deep inner trama's from our past.He also shows us that the Church has gotten off track, being more concerned about building programs and cash flow, yet these are things Paul was never concerned with with the congregations he oversaw. Rather, he was concerned with the level of faith each congregation had, knowing that if a congregation's faith was off, then everything else would be too. He says we as the Church need to live in the spirit of anticipation of what Christ is going to do, instead of simply living in the here-and-now or in our past. We need to be a people constantly trusting upon the promises of God.