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Vendor: Destiny Image
Publication Date: 2015
The Secret to Unlocking Gods Favor, Power, and Visitation
We hear about healings, miracles, dead-raisings and other breakthroughs happening in other parts of the world. Why not in our own nation? Despite our best church growth strategies, we tolerate a powerless, spiritually anemic culture.
In Snakes in the Temple, David Orton, boldly confronts modern idolatry in the church. He exposes its ancient roots and how it impacts every single believerfrom church leadership to everyday Christians.
Open your eyes and discover how:
• Idolatry is the hidden stronghold that prevents the church from enjoying Gods favor.
• "The beast," the spirit of Jezebel, and power structures of ministry leadership restrain breakthrough.
• To break strongholds of idolatry and build new cultures based on Heavens blueprint.
• Gods breakthrough solution to recapturing His presence and reaping the global harvest is deep repentance.
If youre tired of doing church as usual, learn how to unmask this hidden idolatry and start experiencing the supernatural life God has made available today!
David Orton has served as a pastor, teacher, and ministry leader for over 40 years. He is a prophetic teacher and as the founder of Lifemessenger carries a word for breakthrough, particularly in the Western church and culture. Communicating through conferences, schools, publishing, and electronic media he has a vision of the holiness of God and of global transformation.
richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Holy Spirt Inspired Revelation - True Biblical ReformationNovember 24, 2015richard r blakeBridgman, MIAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0In the book Snakes in the Temple Unmasking Idolatry in Todays Church, visionary and prophetic teacher David Orton challenges his readers to consider the possibilities of reformation, revival, and worldwide spiritual awakening if the Christian Church of today were to restore its Biblical foundations, and to join the next generation in a commitment to see this come to fruition.
The book is organized into three sections. Chapters one through three explore the dream of future revival, while envisioning a spiritual awakening. Section two describes the present realities and a diagnosis of the idolatry found in the church of today. Section three outlines the steps needed for a spiritual breakthrough and a restoration of the glory of the Lord in the church of tomorrow.
Orton draws from spirit breathed scriptures to develop a thorough history of earlier revival in the church, which came about through restoration of worship, harvest, and awakening. He is genuine in his evaluation and in his analysis of the present status and decline of the church.
His conclusions, proposals, call to Holiness, and his prescription for renewal are well thought out, however, they may seem radical to some. Whether Charismatic, Evangelical, or Missional in theological stand, every reader will find practical principles for Christian living, spiritual growth, restoration of Biblical truth, and revival.
A complimentary copy of this book was received for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.