Taking Action: Receiving and Operating in the Gifts and Power of the Holy Spirit

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Charisma Media, 1 mai 2012 - 320 pagini
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God uses manpower.
We need God’s power.
God works when we work.

Millions of people all over the world have been introduced to Jesus through the ministry of Reinhard Bonnke. In Taking Action he describes how we too can be an extension of God’s love to the world by partnering with the Holy Spirit.

With a firsthand account of the mighty manifestations of God at work today, Bonnke takes a careful look at what Scripture teaches about the anointing and gifts of the Holy Spirit in general and then explains each of the specific gifts listed by the apostle Paul.

Jesus lived, worked, and prayed in the power of the Holy Spirit. In the Gospel of John He says, “He who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also.” With this same anointing, we can live this way as well.

 

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Incredible book

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Reinhard Bonnke sheds new light on topics that have become traditionally common. I appreciate his insights and his way of seeing scripture from another angle. I highly recommend this book if you have a desire to expand the Kingdom of God in these last days. Citiți recenzia completă

Scriptural Integrity and Insight on topic of Gifts

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Reinhard Bonnke is the founder of the international ministry Christ for all Nations, which has recorded 55 million documented decisions for Jesus Christ in the first ten years of the new millennium. He began his missionary work in Africa in the early 1967 and, since his early days of tent meetings, has conducted nationwide meetings with as many as 1.6 million people in attendance in one service. He and his wife, Anni, have three children and eight grandchildren.

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