This is the story of how God guided seven people through twenty years of a battle, which all Christians will find shocking, but absolutely intriguing, intriguing because God was on their side and not the other side. God was their Friend and the otherMoreThis is the story of how God guided seven people through twenty years of a battle, which all Christians will find shocking, but absolutely intriguing, intriguing because God was on their side and not the other side. God was their Friend and the other side’s Enemy, primarily because they had despised their Pentecostal heritage and were greatly in love with constitutions and individual stations of power in their Christian structure.This book is pure Pentecostal.
In politics and in the Church you have shades of opinion from left to right. Even in Pentecostal circles you have ministers, teachers and authors who will water down the reality that God can communicate immediately His views and give directions according to His prerogative when He wishes, to any people who are in a position to accept Him.So then, if a Pentecostal shade is to be painted which colours the right as being the reliance upon a greater dependence on God as opposed to the left, then you will find this book takes no middle course, but is at the right of the right.The book is totally extravagant in its recitals of the supernatural.
The critics will think they are about to have a field-day, hoping that they have some religious fanatics. However, the essence of Christianity is that it has changed and converted the lives of millions since the resurrection of our Lord and if God is in the book, then the critics will enmesh themselves further in the total, incontrovertible proposition that God is not, as it were, impotent in heaven, leaving men to decide what are His ways on earth and to interpret in their committees what should best be done to serve His interests, but God is able to communicate His expressed wishes and will, which do not need judging, but require forthwith enactment.Credentials of a Major ProphetIn the book you will find the credentials of a major prophet presented.
So if this proposition is proven, you will then be tempted to enquire as to whether there have been any prophecies given on a national basis, which can be proven. The answer is in the affirmative. You will then be tempted to enquire, “Have there been any prophecies regarding the future?” The answer is to read the book.Spiritual ManifestationsThe Holy Scripture in the Bible states in 1 Corinthians 12:7: “But the manifestation of the Spirit is given to every man to profit withal.” Unfortunately, throughout history men and women have been unable to understand the full import of this scripture insomuch that when faced with any extraordinary happening, instead of seeking to find the profit withal, they have withdrawn behind the safe and ever sustaining shelter of formality.The minutes of the first Christian meeting held in Acts 2 describe the onlookers viewing a drunken debauch.
Ezekiel’s vision of dry bones being caused to live also ranks highly in the misunderstanding of the total conception that God the Holy Ghost is a consuming fire of velocity, inspiring the deepest emotions which He can take a hold of in the human frame. God desires to dwell in temples of human flesh and that being His principle desire, it is secondary to which church, sex, or colour they belong. It is getting into and staying in the human temple that is the problem. Many spiritual manifestations are designed to increase the possibility of the Holy Spirit being able to influence the temple to a greater degree.
Therefore God seeks to increase His capacity and decrease the natural capacity. Through manifestations He enlivens the word of Scripture to truly create spiritual life. Such manifestations are described in this book.The end of the story, and it is doubted that there will be an end, brings about the establishing of a Bible College and a new beginning of a fellowship of Christians.