Do What Jesus Did: A Real-Life Field Guide to Healing the Sick, Routing Demons and Changing Lives Forever
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Don't get stuck at asking "What would Jesus do?" Be equipped to do it.
Chicagoland pastor Robby Dawkins hadn't moved past that question either--until he discovered that the miraculous things Jesus did during His lifetime are not just history. They're today's reality. When he started living the way Jesus did, he started living life, as he says, straight out of a superhero movie.
So can you. In this dangerous book, you'll learn simple, practical ways to take hold of your God-given "power-tools"--prophetic ministry, healing, ministering the presence of God and deliverance from demonic power. And through amazing but true stories from the front lines of ministry, you'll see what happens when ordinary Christians harness God's superpower to bring His kingdom to earth.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Chosen Books
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches)|
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The things Jesus did are not just for Bible times. They are for today. For everyone. Chicagoland pastor Robby Dawkins sees this again and again in his ministry to hurting people and even to gang members. Everyday people are seeing God's power unleashed through simple faith in God's Word; they are healing the sick, routing demons, and making a dynamic impact for the Kingdom of God.
But many other believers are missing out, unaware that they have far more power and authority than they realize.
Dawkins shares dynamic, real-life instruction and amazing stories from the front lines of ministry, showing that believers carry the authority of the Son of God and the power of the Holy Spirit wherever they are. When we walk in the presence and authority of God, we will do what Jesus did.
Pilar ArsenecNew JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5A Supernatural GuidebookJuly 3, 2013Pilar ArsenecNew JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3"Do What Jesus Did" is primarily about Pastor Robby Dawkins life and ministry. This book focuses on his ministry of healing and deliverance.
The premise of this book is how Christians can be used of God to heal and route demons out. Pastor Dawkins writes this book as an autobiography, testimony and teaching guide for others.
He focuses on the fact that believers can be used of God to heal others. He also gets into why some don't get healed after praying for them.
He writes about his personal experiences with healing and miracles after praying for people. He gives pointers on what you should do, when and how.
Overall, I thought it was an interesting and entertaining book.
In conclusion, I want to thank Chosen Publishers for sending me a complimentary copy to review.
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5I want this kind of faithJuly 1, 2013MelissaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was one of those non-fiction books I didn't want to put down. It's packed with powerful stories of healing and hope.
Robby is very clear that even if you don't see healing that doesn't mean Jesus doesnt' heal, it doesn't mean we stop asking.
I know that I often grow frustrated when I ask God for something and don't see it happen, but Robby encourages us to "ask big and fail big." If you never ask you will never receive.
If you are looking for a book to challenge your faith then you will want to read this book.
As an example of what this book did in my life I can tell you I felt God wanted me to ask for my daughters teeth to become wiggly. She was scheduled to have four teeth pulled and I started praying that the adult teeth would grow and her baby teeth would fall out before the appointment.
Although the teeth didn't fall out three of them did get wiggly and were much easier to pull out as a result.
I do wonder why God wouldn't answer that prayer if He is fully capable of doing it, but if I understood God what would be so exciting about my relationship with Him? He did move in this prayer, I have no doubt. One by one her teeth wiggled, that was pretty cool. It was also awesome to hear my daughter ask for me to pray for her. Oh, if we could all grab onto her faith.
This book will encourage you to seek more of God and use it, not for yourself, but for others to see our Savior in a world that desperately needs to know that our God's not dead, He is alive.
A copy of this book was given to me by Chosen in exchange for an honest review.
tickmenotKansas CityGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5"Do What Jesus Did" by Robby DawkinsJune 19, 2013tickmenotKansas CityGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the true story of Pastor Robby Dawkins. Robby takes us on a tour of his life. He relates how he felt impressed by God to start a church in a very poor, urban area full of gang activity, drug use and prostitution. So he took his family to a place like that in Aurora, Illinois, and started a church. This is a fascinating account of what life has been like for Robby.
The pastor writes passionately about leading people to become followers of Christ--many who were formerly drug lords and prostitutes. As he has done that, he has witnessed amazing miracles of all sorts take place. He also tells of the many death threats he has received, including ones where he has had to face off with gang members who have threatened to kill him at the church service on Sunday morning.
Robby writes about a former head of a large college atheist group who became a believer and follower of Jesus Christ. The man's entire life changed course. As a result, many of the man's atheists followers also changed their convictions, and believed in Jesus Christ as well. The pastor talks about praying blessings for strangers on the street that have resulted in them becoming followers of Christ, and turned their lives in totally new directions.
The pastor tells of the highest highs, while simultaneously experiencing the lowest lows. For instance, great miracles of all sorts can take place in his church, while at the same time, the church's roof leaks, and there isn't money to fix it. He relates there are people who have experienced great miracles who have later turned their backs on God and Robby.
We hear the story of Johnny who was in the midst of committing suicide, when a phone call stopped him. The call was from a former strip dancer who had recently become a Christian. She wanted Johnny to come with her to a group of Christians getting together that night. Johnny, a drug dealer, and a satanist with 666 tattooed on his forehead, decided to go with her. That night, Johnny's entire life changed course when he became a follower of Christ. In the next couple of years, he went on to bring many others to Christ before Johnny's life was tragically and mysteriously brought to an abrupt end.
At the same time, Robby wants us to know he is a human like anybody else with earthly responsibilities to tend to. He has a wife and six children to support. The pastor speaks of the everyday realities of the church having problems paying their bills, and that he has taken an extra job laying carpet to support his family.
One of his children, Canah, developed autism. The doctors told them it was the very lowest functioning kind, that Canah would never talk or perform normally--they would have to take care of him, and all his needs, for the rest of his life.
Although Robby has prayed for the complete healing of his son, that hasn't happened. However, parts of healing have taken place over the years. Miraculously, Canah starting speaking. Over time, he has moved up from the lowest functioning autism preschool to being able to function in regular school. Canah can walk and has made great strides, far exceeding the doctor's prognosis. Ongoing wonders continue in his life.
Robby talks about the cancer his mother had, and relates that his entire family was praying in her hospital room for her healing. In between prayers, the family was singing hymns. In the room next door, a woman named Violet was dying.
Violet's sister came over and asked if they would sing for Violet. Robby and some of his family went over to her room. While Robby was with Violet he felt impressed by the Lord to say that she would be completely healed. And this healing took place even though this woman and her sister were not Christians. Robby's mom, a devoted Christian, with many people praying for her, did not recover. Robby honestly admits that was a hard situation. Yet he rejoices that Violet and her sister both became followers of Christ as a result.
Robby comments that healing doesn't take place every time. But he also believes it is more important to follow the leading of God, and pray for a person. If Robby feels impressed by God to state that healing will come to someone, Robby says it. He concludes it is more important to keep the faith and follow God's leading, even if healing doesn't take place, and Robby looks foolish. We must be willing to live by faith.
This is an amazing book. Even more astonishing, Robby states that every Christian can do the things he has experienced. I thought this was a great book full of hope and challenges. I highly recommend "Do What Jesus Did," and give it five stars.
The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book through Chosen Books for the purpose of review. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner. Despite my receiving the book free, it has not influenced my judgment, and I have given an honest opinion.