Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Your Guide To God’s Power

If you are looking for more of the power of God in your life, then this book is for you.

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What’s in it?

If you are looking for more of the power of God in your life, then this book is for you. In simple, easy-to-read language, it answers such common questions as–

  • How can I be filled with the Spirit of God?
  • What does it mean to be baptised in the Holy Spirit?
  • Is being baptised in the Spirit another name for conversion?
  • What are the outcomes of being baptised in the Holy Spirit?
  • What about speaking in tongues? What is it? How does it work?
  • How do we know spiritual gifts are for today?
  • What is praying in the Spirit?
  • How can I pray more effectively?
  • How can I walk in the Spirit?
  • What part do emotions play in life in the Spirit?

The author says:

I first wrote this little book in 1968 to provide a clear explanation for everyday Christians of how to receive the Spirit. It has been through several revisions since then. I have tried to keep it practical and uncomplicated. It has been out of print for some time but several pastors have asked me to have it republished.

So here it is once again. It’s deliberately offered as a small easy-to-handle product that you can tuck into your handbag or satchel or backpack. Or just leave by the bed or in your favourite chair. Or take with you on a train or bus.

I hope you find that for you personally it lives up to its name.


Barry Chant

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Barry Chant is a regular speaker at church services, seminars, conferences and conventions. Hundreds of thousands of his books have been sold around the world. He has degrees in arts, theology and ministry, a diploma in education and a PhD in history. He was the co-founder and former president of Tabor College, Australia.



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