Made for Eden: Promises and Provisions for the Life God Created You to Live by Dr. Brian McIntosh [REVIEW & GIVEAWAY]


What does being a Christian mean?

In Made for Eden, Dr. Bryan McIntosh shares from the heart of a pastor about learning to walk closer with Father God and encourages readers that indeed we were made for more, but it starts now. . . .here on earth.

We don’t have to wait for the life God has designed us to have one day. The Christian life is meant to be lived now. Made for Eden is a journey that tells the story of God’s infinite love for His highest creation, starting in Genesis in the Garden of Eden, and ending in Revelation, with a garden on the new earth, both containing a tree of life. This narrative study explores the identities of child, ambassador, and saint within a believer’s life and:

reminds readers of the glorious purpose God had for mankind; reveals the implications of Jesus’s sacrifice; defines the crucified life Jesus produces in and for his disciples; displays Jesus as the gateway to restoring us to our created purpose.


I was privileged to be part of the launch team for this book. I enjoyed the online discussion and hearing what others were learning.

McIntosh does a beautiful job bringing together the Old & New Testaments in light of God’s original plan.  God desires that everyone will come to Him of their free will and serve Him until the end of their days.

There are a couple of places where I felt the chapter was a bit lengthy, but it did not detract from the lessons taught.

GIVEAWAY — I have two copies of this book to give away. To register, please share one thing that God has already taught you in 2022. The drawing will be on Sunday February 6th.

I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

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