What God looks For in His vessel is a thoughtful and inciting exposé of the qualities God desires in the vessels He uses.
It instructs on how to become a vessel fit for the Lord’s use, how to maintain a status of purity in the master’s service and how to avoid things that makes one un-fit for the master’s use. The author used biblical example of vessels God used and vessels that were rejected to draw out lessons that we can apply to our lives.
Overall, it states some indisputable truths about service in the vineyard of the living God, that will touch the heart of the reader and cause them to examine their ways critically and it also offers prayer points to help guide anyone that might have strayed off course.
It is a good read for leaders in the making, active leaders and anyone who desires to be a vessel of the living God