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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2015
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Power to Heal Study Guide: 8 Weeks to Activating God's Healing Power in Your LifeRandy ClarkDestiny Image / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Authority to Heal DVD Study: Restoring the Lost Inheritance of God's Healing PowerRandy ClarkDestiny Image / 2016 / DVD$41.99 Retail:
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Randy Clark has been an eyewitness to the miraculous work of the Holy Spirit and a key participant in watching Him powerfully transform lives across the Earth. This easy-to-read guide equips everyday believers to understand and activate the Spirit’s power in their lives today.
The Essential Guide to the Power of the Holy Spirit will help you:
- Discover the gifts of the Holy Spirit that are still in operation and available to you today
- Recognize an authentic move of God in your church, community, and life
- Understand how miracles, signs, and wonders play a key role in you sharing the Gospel
Randy Clark is the President and Founder of Global Awakening. Established in 1994, Global Awakening is an apostolic ministry that aims to equip the body of Christ through ministry schools, training programs, conferences and international missions trips. Through his ministry, Randy has seen tens of thousands healed and brought to salvation.
ConnieKentuckyAge: Under 18Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5God & The Holy SpiritJuly 18, 2016ConnieKentuckyAge: Under 18Gender: FemaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Author Randy Clark does a great job of defending his belief that the Holy Spirit is still present in all Christians today and he supports his belief with Bible scripture. This is a valuable resource for those of us who are striving to learn more about God and the Trinity and I think that, while it can be used as a devotional for one person, it would also be a great addition to my weekly Bible Study at church. I recommend this to all who are hoping to deepen their understanding of God and the working and power of the Holy Spirit!
I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.
bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5A good defense of the continuing work of the Holy Spirit in believers todayJuly 25, 2015bookwomanjoanOak Harbor, WAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Christians have debated over the centuries whether the presence and power of the Holy Spirit is active in Christians in this era. Clark wants to put an end to the debate. We cannot afford to be arguing among ourselves while there is so great and so ripe a harvest set before us in this generation. (13)
To that end Clark has written this book. He wants to correct false concepts of the Holy Spirit. The main thrust of the book is the question as to whether the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit in the believer has ceased (cessationism) or whether it continues (continuism) as affirmed by Scripture. The book is, in general, a response to cessationists, giving a biblical basis for the continuation of the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
I appreciate that Clark looks at the problems that have plagued the Charismatic movement. He also reviews the positions of key figures in Christian history, such as Augustine, Calvin and Edwards. He also reviews examples of the use of the Holy Spirit gifts today. Clark applies Jonathan Edwards' method of discerning the spirits to the use of the gifts today, condensing it down to five marks.
I like how Clark has presented this work. While I would not classify this as a scholarly work, it is well suited to Christians who are widely read and familiar with major theologians, both past and present. My only concern about the book is that I thought Clark went too easy on those who claim to be modern day prophets. I am not so sure the requirements for accuracy and the consequences of false prophecy are different today than in Old Testament times, as Clark claims. Other than that, his is a well presented defense of the continued manifestation of the Holy Spirit's power through believers today.
I received a complimentary galley of this book through The Book Club Network for the purpose of an independent and honest review.