By Graham Cooke

ISBN-10: 0768420393

ISBN-13: 9780768420395

I have not learn whatever via Graham Cooke that didn't motivate me. The Devine war of words is in reality one among his top! it's a kind of books that you simply learn slowly and prayerfully, after which there are elements you remain on for a number of days rereading and meditating on. This ebook challenged me to get to grasp God larger.

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The Holy Spirit is given as our tutor and comes alongside as a friend to impart the dream and make it live within us. What is this dream? It is that God would have a dwelling place amongst us…that the people, who make up the Church, would see themselves as living stones and allow themselves to be fitted and framed together in relationship and ministry…that God would inhabit our friendships to such a remarkable extent that His manifest presence would break out amongst all people groups everywhere.

He is strong, powerful, a force to be reckoned with, a conqueror and overcomer. He is a paradox—a fierce and mighty warrior dressed as a lamb; the king of glory and a bruised reed; a son, a servant, a prophet, a priest, and a king. The fear of Him is the beginning of wisdom, yet His laughter makes us wriggle with pleasure. He continually brings us to points of vulnerability and weakness so that His sheer joy in Himself can be our source of strength. Our meetings very often do not reflect His nature, but ours.

14:26; see also verses 27-33). This passage does not give detailed information on how to run meetings. If it did, most church meetings would be unbiblical! It talks about possibilities and what may happen if…! Interestingly, it is all concerned with supernatural utterance, which probably does not apply to a lot of churches. Does the lack of supernatural utterance in our churches make us unbiblical? It’s just a question. This passage does not speak of form or structure. There is no detail regarding when to sing, teach, pray, or otherwise.

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