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Holy Fire Audiobook

Holy Fire: A Balanced, Biblical Look at the Holy Spirit's Work in Our Lives

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The Holy Spirit... Greater than your theology, bigger than denominations, beyond all we can imagine, God's gift to the church and to you.

Debate about the Holy Spirit has been around for a long time. In Holy Fire, best-selling author and respected theologian R. T. Kendall sets the record straight about the Holy Spirit's role in our lives and in the life of the church.

If you want to increase your knowledge of this most misunderstood member of the Trinity, or if you long to experience his presence in your life in a deeper way than ever before, this book is for you. Are you charismatic? He is bigger than your signs-and-wonders events. Are you Reformed? He will not be limited by your theology. As Jesus said of the Holy Spirit, "He blows where he will".

©2016 eChristian (P)2016 eChristian

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    "Many Words To Say Nothing"

    Purchased this in kindle format and audio through audible.com. Honestly.., this author sounds like he hopes to be some great philosopher. The book rambles on and on; over hill and dale, around and around he goes with many words. Subjectively - objectively, it rambles with empty headed philosophy to tout the vast vocabulary and the "intelligence" of the author.

    Really... The audio format gave me a head ache. Jeepers! It's Doctor so and so says such and such, or Doctor what's his name says so and so, while the author points out how he rubs elbows with so and so.

    It's blah-blah with no end, and/or many words to say little. Save your money. Purchase a Christian book with a solid message. This book has little value to knowing the Lord.

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