Gray Matter: A Neurosurgeon Discovers the Power of Prayer . . . One Patient at a Time
So I just finished reading an excellent book called Grey Matter by David Levy. It was an excellent and intriguing book about the story of a neurosurgeon (David Levy himself) and his stand for faith. In today’s world it is hard, if not impossible, to share one’s faith with strangers, especially in the work place. David Levy’s story provides great examples of what sharing one’s faith can do for others. He lists countless stories and responses he has received and unexpected answers and response from patients that he asked to pray with. He recounts his struggle with accepting Christianity, then sharing his faith with patients, workers and all those around him.
It was definitely an interesting book to read. Having a brother neurosurgeon, and planning to become one myself it showed me how my future (hopefully) job, and any job for that matter, can become ultimately a way to lead people to Christ. The book virtually shows step by step how anyone can do what Dr. Levy has done by displaying one’s faith to others and yet not cramming it down their throat either. It is an excellent book to read for anyone that loves medicine or simply is looking to share their faith with the world. This book was sent as a complimentary copy for reviewing purposes from Tyndale house and everything mentioned above is my honest opinion. 5/5 stars.