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|1. Message from Jim Cymbala||N/A||Album Only|
Publication Date: 2003
Jim Cymbalahas been the pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle for more than thirty-five years. The bestselling author of Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire,he lives in New York City with his wife, Carol Cymbala, who directs the Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.
Dean Merrill, former publishing executive with Focus on the Family and International Bible Society, is author or coauthor of 31 books, including The God Who Won't Let Go and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Church. He and his wife live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Susie5 Stars Out Of 5Fresh Wind, Fresh FireOctober 21, 2017SusieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Tells it like it should be - basic prayer - no cheap tricks. Uplifting in this time of entertainment worship services.
Julie5 Stars Out Of 5If you are looking for a great book on the importance of prayer....buy this book!April 21, 2017JulieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Jim Cymbala's book is an excellent read on the power of prayer. He writes from the heart because he has been through the fire himself. He proves to his readers how much prayer is needed in the lives of Christians, in the church, in our country and in our world. Prayer is the key and this book just drives that thought home. Brother Cymbala's words just flow. You will not want to put this book down. If you are wondering how you can make a change in your life, church work or hometown, read this book! I am keeping it as a reference and plan to read it again and again. I love it!
GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Pray People PrayApril 2, 2017GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I read this book in 2001 and decided it was time to read it again. The message is still as true today as it was when it was written. In the ensuing years, I have heard Pastor Cymbala speak several times and sense the same spirit about him when he speaks as I got from reading the book. His message comes through very clearly. He does not try to soften it to make it more palatable to the younger generations. I am glad I read the book for the second time because it reminded me of some key points I had forgotten and I gained some new insights that I missed the first time. If you are like me and have read it before, I encourage you to read it again. He has a way of getting to the heart of the matter and uses powerful stories from his experiences at The Brooklyn Tabernacle to drive home the points. He clearly shows the importance of prayer and the power of God that rests on a people who have totally committed everything they do to prayer. The book does not brag on Jim Cymbala but on God. If you sense the need for more prayer in your church, read this book and learn from it. Although it is not a how-to manual, you will gain some valuable insights into the effects of honest, sincere prayer in the life of today's churches.
Eric Schlauch5 Stars Out Of 5turned my fire for god into an INFERNODecember 12, 2016Eric SchlauchQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5this book is probly one of the best reads i have done and has motivated me to really go out into my church and my community to tell the good news and help people to understand that they need to have more prayer in there walk with our great god and also get a prayer ministry/devotional underway thank you very much i have lead many people to look into this book
Robert Goodnough5 Stars Out Of 5Transforming!November 1, 2014Robert GoodnoughQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My church is using this book as the basis of our Thursday night study and it is presenting Christianity as it was intended to be. It is Christ's church and we are to draw our directions, help and strength from Him. The Holy Spirit is using the principles in this book to transform individual people and the congregation in a wonderful way. There are many congregations that are concerned about their survival and are scrambling to survive. "Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire" tells people how to go forward, not through the ingenuity of man, but through the power of God.