In his bookI Believe in Visions, Kenneth said his body became partially paralyzed
, and his condition remained that way for three weeks. Hewas bedridden, and
hismother and hisgrandmother cared for him. On April22, 1933, hisheartstopped
Author: Cecil Murphey
What is heaven like? When I die, will I go immediately to heaven? Will I see my loved ones there? Have you ever asked these questions? Maybe you can only imagine the answers, but now you can better know what to expect. I Believe in Heaven contains inspirational, true stories from the Bible, history and today that will give you hope, comfort and assurance about the place that awaits you. You'll read . . . • Firsthand accounts of people who died and returned to tell their stories • Biblical and historical evidence of life beyond this life • Consistent reports of overwhelming peace, love and joy in another realm • Insights into what happens in our final days and hours here on earth • Trustworthy answers to questions people have about the after-life
I believe in heaven and hell as conditions rather than locations ; spirits suffer the
keenest remorse in the lower spheres . The kingdom of God is within you , ' said
Jesus . I believe in spiritual gifts , prophecies , dreams , clairvoyance , visions ...
The following is an example of a vision that led to a remarkable restorative
miracle. During a crusade in Dennisport, Massachusetts, a town on Cape Cod, I
received a vision just before the evening service while I sat on the platform,
Author: Burton W. Seavey
Publisher: Xulon Press
This mesmerizing book is the story of one man's yearning to be used by God in a supernatural ministry and chronicles the 50-plus-year ministry that God granted him as a result. Consisting of various vignettes ranging from personal miracles of healing and preservation and progressing to the incredible supernatural events that occurred during great crusades, these true (and sometimes humorous) accounts will keep readers engrossed and will encourage them to also believe God for a Holy Spirit-saturated ministry. ..".This book will inspire you and stir your faith to believe for miracles...You will receive a blessing just by reading it!" ...Dr. John Eckhardt, Author; Apostolic Overseer, Crusaders Church Chicago and IMPACT Network ..".A must read for everyone who yearns to see the miraculous power of God at work...Once you start reading it you won't want to put it down!" ...Apostle Trevor M. Newport, Author; Founder, Life Changing Ministries Global Outreach, UK For the past half-century, Rev. Seavey's evangelistic travels have taken him throughout the United States and overseas to 26 countries of the world where he has been used by God to minister healing to thousands of people and been privileged to have witnessed many miraculous events. He has functioned in the office calling of Prophet since the inception of his ministry and, by virtue of his training and mentoring of other prophetic ministries, he was accepted as a member of the International Coalition of Apostles. Married for over fifty years, the Seaveys have five grown children and six grandchildren. Together, they have served as pastors of five churches. The main focus of their ministry, both evangelistic and pastoral, has always been to encourage believers to become active participants in the work of the Lord by developing a sound biblical foundation combined with keen sensitivity to the Holy Spirit's leading.
I don't know about you, but I believe her. She seemed so earnest, so sure, and I
don't think Ariel would believe in the vision unless it had some merit.” “I believe
her too,” Alexandra said. “I do, but that doesn't stop me being afraid.” “We're all ...
Author: Mona Hanna
Publisher: Mona Hanna
Ariel is getting used to being a new mother and is excited to see her best friends Hallie and Sean again. She just wants to spend time with them and relax and hear about their wedding. Unfortunately, relaxing is the last thing any of them can do on this visit. Thrust into a new place, the High Witches are delighted to find the fourth—but the circumstances couldn’t be worse. A group of men are determined to stop them from casting a spell that could change the world, bringing immense joy but also great disaster. The risks of the spell might be beyond their ability to handle. A great darkness is coming. It will take more than two High Witches to stop it: it will take a coven. High Coven is the third and final book in the High Witch series. paranormal romance, paranormal, witches, witch, magic, romance, fantasy
God meets people in a variety of ways (e.g. in visions, dreams, fire, cloud, and his
invisible presence) but always according to his unchangeable love, grace, and
mercy and his constant desire that everyone turns from their sinful ways and live
Author: Jeffrey M S Vickers
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Trinity is not a biblical word, but it is a biblical truth. It describes the essential nature of the Godhead and explains the idea that the fullness of God indwells Yahweh, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. However, rather than limiting his discussion to the horizontal equality between Yahweh, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, which can lead to the erroneous conclusion that Jesus is Yahweh in the flesh and that the Holy Spirit is the risen Christ, the author focuses on the vertical equality demonstrated between Yahweh and God, Jesus and God, and the Holy Spirit and God. This approach will lead serious students of the Bible to the more accurate conclusion that the horizontal equality between Yahweh, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit is not because each is a form of the other two but because the fullness of the Godhead (Colossians 2:9, KJV) dwells vertically and concurrently in each.
They believed inan evangelical obediencetothe gospel, a rigorous asceticism, an
aversionto recognizing theministry of unworthy living priests, abelief in visions,
prophecies and spirit possession. A. J. Gordon quotes the following doctrine of ...
Author: Cecil Murphey
Publisher: Baker Books
When a loved one is injured or ill, what do Christians do? They pray, expecting God to intervene with a miracle of healing. They pray not only because the Bible says to do so, but also because God has shown Himself faithful to heal throughout history and even today. I Believe in Healing is a one-of-a-kind collection of true stories that demonstrate God's healing power. Readers will find dozens of biblical, historical, and present-day accounts of physical and emotional healings, written in Cecil Murphey's heartwarming, uplifting style that made 90 Minutes in Heaven a New York Times bestseller. Anyone who needs a touch from God for themselves or a loved one will find encouragement and inspiration in these pages.
Author: Zebron Ncube D. Min.Publish On: 2016-10-18
Yes, we must have a strong conviction about what we believe. Yes, we must
reach ... Interestingly, just as I was writing these lines, my phone rang and a
woman on the other end asked if she could share with me a thought for the day. I
Author: Zebron Ncube D. Min.
Publisher: WestBow Press
In his book, Dr. Zebron Ncube argues that in spite of socio-political chaos and pessimistic and secular thinking that dominate human society, the Book of Revelation tells us that God is still in control. This is the prism through which the Book of Revelation should be read. In Episodes in Visions each episode has its own full Bible text, key thought, major objective, overview, and discussion with practical implications. The preacher will find this book to be a tremendous resource for a preaching series. Individuals and study groups will benefit from the easy-to-use outlines of the book. The book is written from a preachers perspective to give hope to a cringing spirit because the foundations of human society are crumbling. God is in control. Dr. Zebron Ncube explains the mysteries of symbols and numbers to connect the contemporary mind with John and his first-century audience. No other book has so much relevance to the contemporary church and world as does the Book of Revelation that Dr. Ncube writes about.
Televangelist Benny Hinn offers, “I want you to understand: The presence of God,
the Holy Spirit leads to the anointing of ... years before God led me to read in
Kenneth Hagin's book I Believe in Visions what I had been experiencing for years
I believe that the visions recorded in this book are reliable revelations from God
and that when this present life is ended, I will, with rapture, in the realms of the
redeemed, behold the very things herein described in part. I believe this for the ...
Author: H. A. Baker
Publisher: Whitaker House
Wonders of Life Beyond the Grave H. A. Baker’s first book, Visions Beyond the Veil, vividly depicted the heavenly revelations that the Chinese boys at Baker’s orphanage received, as well as the miracles that followed. These experiences transformed Baker’s life and mission work, and he felt led to gather the best sources on visions and revelations of heaven that had come to his attention. The result, Heaven and the Angels, is a narrative of heavenly life based on personal accounts—drawn from books, articles, letters, tracts, and interviews—of those who described seeing heaven after having received visions or been raised from the dead. These accounts provide revelation on such areas as… The New Jerusalem and heavenly mansions The ever-present light and life of Jesus The delights and service of heaven’s inhabitants Our future perfection in body, soul, and spirit The duties of angels, in heaven and on earth How believers can participate with heaven today Since the place to which we ultimately journey should be of great concern and interest to us, we must find out all we can about the blessed Land of Promise. Yet heaven is more than something to be experienced after we die. As Baker affirms in this book, the miraculous power of God and the ministry of angels are available to every believer today.
Author: Frederic William Henry MyersPublish On: 1891
I was determined on this occasion to give her no leading questions , and at the
same time in no manner to cheat or deceive her . After the sleep was produced , I
... We don ' t like to believe in visions , do we ? ” “ Tell we why the vision came to ...
I am no dreamer, but I believe in visions. I have a vision of my North Carolina; it is
not of her matchless resources—I am content to let them await the inevitable
fruition of time. It is not of her gracious rivers rolling their mighty waters unused,
Author: James L. Leloudis
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Schooling the New South deftly combines social and political history, gender studies, and African American history into a story of educational reform. James Leloudis recreates North Carolina's classrooms as they existed at the turn of the century and explores the wide-ranging social and psychological implications of the transition from old-fashioned common schools to modern graded schools. He argues that this critical change in methods of instruction both reflected and guided the transformation of the American South. According to Leloudis, architects of the New South embraced the public school as an institution capable of remodeling their world according to the principles of free labor and market exchange. By altering habits of learning, they hoped to instill in students a vision of life that valued individual ambition and enterprise above the familiar relations of family, church, and community. Their efforts eventually created both a social and a pedagogical revolution, says Leloudis. Public schools became what they are today--the primary institution responsible for the socialization of children and therefore the principal battleground for society's conflicts over race, class, and gender. Southern History/Education/North Carolina
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Summarizing the lessons I learned, if you want to become a seer, here are five
principles you can follow to open yourself ... You have promised You will give me
dreams and visions (see Acts 2:17), and I believe Your promise, and I honor the ...
Author: Mark Virkler
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
Based on the highly popular and successful book, How to Hear God’s Voice, this exciting new book emphasizes the 4 Keys to Hearing God’s Voice. “When I learned to hear God’s voice after 11 years as a believer without it, every part of me was radically transformed. Thousands have told me they have had this same metamorphosis, and I believe that this will become your testimony also,” writes co-author, Mark Virkler. The keys that are examined, discussed in detail, and can be immediately applied to your life are: How to recognize God’s voice as spontaneous thoughts. Learning how to become still before the Lord. Looking for vision as you pray. Realizing the importance of two-way journaling. Filled with insights from years of hearing from God, 4 Keys to Hearing God’s Voice also includes visual aids that enhance the teaching and learning experience. Very reader-friendly, you will find that the concepts and principles are easily adapted to your personal circumstances and lifestyle. Designed to bring even more depth to your relationship with God, this book is part of an integrated package that includes a DVD and seminar guide for either individual or group study. Either as a stand-alone book or as part of a package, you are sure to gain valuable encouragement and motivation to seek intimate communication with God, your heavenly Father.
Author: Benjamin G. McNair ScottPublish On: 2014-06-02
Gibbs, E. Church Next: Quantum Changes in How We Do Ministry. Downers
Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2000. ———. ... I Believe in the Holy Spirit. Eastbourne,
UK: Kingsway, 2004. ... I Believe in Visions. Tulsa, OK: Faith Library, 1996. ———
Author: Benjamin G. McNair Scott
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Are apostles amongst us today? According to a growing section of the church, the answer is yes. This book investigates and appraises that idea seeking answers to the following questions in the context of the church in the USA and particularly Britain: Is there a robust scriptural justification for the charismatic apostolate (CA) that most charismatic groups are proclaiming? How widespread is this belief and why has it become more commonplace? What kind of apostles are being advocated by influential popular teachers? What does church history and tradition have to offer to this idea? Is there a way to endorse and embrace ecumenically the CA? Does the CA have a future in the universal church? These are important questions to answer for the sake of the church's mission and health.
I had only known the Lord in a personal way since August of the previous year
and had experienced an infilling with the ... I Believe in Visions, Pigs in the Parlor,
God's Formula for Success and Prosperity, and Understanding the Anointing.
Author: Rick M. Nañez
Do you sometimes feel you have to check your intellect at the church door, leaving reason behind to embrace the Christian faith? Do you hunger for a “full gospel” that includes the mind as well as heart and Spirit? Full Gospel, Fractured Minds? challenges charismatic and Pentecostal believers to discover the power of a well-maintained mind—a mind on fire—to match a heart on fire and to create a life that operates within the full counsel of God . Nañez shows how human reason helps us understand and interpret God’s Word as well as defend the gospel. He shows what the Bible teaches about the mind, and explores the backgrounds of nineteenth-century and modern culture, anti-intellectualism, Pentecostal history and beliefs, and popular misconceptions about human intellect in relation to the Christian faith. Full Gospel, Fractured Minds? helps men and women practice a Christian faith that reflects the whole person and the full gospel. “Rick Nañez calls Pentecostals and charismatics to seek a balance between mind and Spirit. This book will stir you to seek all that God has for you.” —From the Foreword by Stanley M. Horton, PhD
Author: Canada. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1891
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there is any necessity for utterly ... consumption of 65,000,000 of people , that visions of that Act . I believe we can look for they could not affect the market
prices . " If these relief from a different source . I believe we can articles are shut
out altogether , as they may be rely upon the common sense and sound
judgment under the ...
I believe that every Christian will march in one of these three armies in the twenty
-first century. One of the factors that will determine where each of us belongs is
how well we have been trained for service. Now is the time to camp. Now is the ...
Author: Rick Joyner
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Rick Joyner says, "We have tended to over-focus on the end of the age-the end times. But this is not just the end, it's the beginning of a new age when Christ will rule over the earth! For the church to reclaim the high ground of hope for the future, we must begin to proclaim the beginning, the coming of the kingdom." In A Prophetic Vision for the 21st Century, Joyner discusses why revival tarries for America, what it means to be delivered from the Mark of the Beast, the rise and fall of America, the greatest awakening, a famine in the land, and practical ways to serve in the latter days. It includes encouragement for weary church leaders as well as the second part of The Hordes of Hell are Marching, illustrating the unified church rising as an army in the most pivotal battle of all time between the light and darkness.
Author: Luiz Alexandre Solano RossiPublish On: 2011-11-11
Petrópolis, Brazil: Vozes, 1984. Habel, Norman c. The Book of Job. London:
oxford, 1985. Hagin, Kenneth. How God Taught Me about Prosperity. tulsa, oK:
Kenneth Hagin Ministries, 1985. ———. I Believe in Visions. old tappan, NJ:
Author: Luiz Alexandre Solano Rossi
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
This book demonstrates that Latin American liberation theology continues to produce substantial biblical exegesis, absorbing theological reflection, and a sharp social critique that enhances the worldwide church. In Jesus Goes to McDonald's, Rossi asserts that the book of Job protests against the devastating effects of imperial Persian rule in postexilic Judah--effects seen as the stimulus for the theology of reward so severely criticized by Job. Not since Gustavo Gutierrez's On Job has there been such a compelling reading of the book of Job as a literary mirror of oppressive socioeconomic and political conditions. Rossi uses Job to offer a critique of the prosperity theology that is so dominant in parts of the church today. The second half of the book offers a radical critique of the McDonaldization of society and church. Free market capitalism has become an all-embracing worldview to the detriment of society and church. As counter-speech, Rossi proposes a theology that favors life, a life in which solidarity with the poor is central.