Will you continue to sit back and take sides?
This book will help you unite the power of the Holy Spirit with the knowledge of God's Word, and anticipate a last-days revival because of this union.
In October 1992 while pastoring Westminster Chapel in London, England, R. T. Kendall organized a conference around a series of sermons prophetically describing what God may have in store for His people in these last days. The series proclaimed an outpouring much deeper than anything we have ever experienced—an awakening not based on feelings or emotions but inspired through the irrevocable truth of God's Word, fulfilled through the conviction and direction of the Holy Spirit.
In Word and Spirit best-selling author and theologian R. T. Kendall challenges your traditions, emotions, convictions, and maybe even your faith. Kendall shares his vision of the future—of a holy unity of the Word and the Spirit that leads to a last-days revival.
There are those who live their spiritual lives by biblical explanation only. Meanwhile, others base their theological dispositions on “signs and wonders” characterized by the Pentecostal/Charismatic movement. In this exciting and controversial book R. T. revives his original messages, adding new insights into what they mean for us today and revealing everything we need to know about the coming move of God.
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R. T. Kendall was the pastor of Westminster Chapel in London, England, for twenty-five years. Born in Ashland, Kentucky, he was educated at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv) and Oxford University (DPhil). Dr. Kendall is the author of a number of books, including Total Forgiveness; Holy Fire; Pigeon Religion: Holy Spirit, Is That You?; Sensitivity of the Spirit; Grace; and The Anointing: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.
I dug deep into this book and spent a lot of time reading and researching almost everything in it.
I wish everyone would sit down and read it and study it alone or as a group. I would think there would be lots of different insights in a group setting.
It is very deep and has a lot of scripture to go by and lots of helpful insights from Kendall.
Be sure to have you Bible with you when reading this and studying this book. It will come in handy.
I gave this book 4 stars and I recommend it.
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