By Graham Cooke
I haven't learn whatever by means of Graham Cooke that didn't encourage me. The Devine war of words is simply certainly one of his top! it's a type of books that you just learn slowly and prayerfully, after which there are components you remain on for a number of days rereading and meditating on. This ebook challenged me to get to grasp God higher.
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Only His presence is relevant to every issue. Only He can touch people and bring radical change. If, through you, God can heal sick bodies, renew people’s minds, restore dignity through salvation, deliver people of demons, and present the fullness of His presence, then you are culturally relevant! 42 Graham Cooke We still have this unbiblical void between clergy and laity. Many believers are still treated as pew fodder every week. They are fed one-man ministry, irrelevant sermons, and little supernatural expression, experience, or expectation.
Live for God Of course, as we live and walk out our salvation, we do get our needs met as we learn on a daily to give and sow into the lives of others. basis. The basic early Church teaching was this: • • • • • • • You have been snatched from eternal damnation to show forth the praise of Him who called you out of darkness. Live modestly, be vigilant, and be ready always to give an answer for the hope that is in you. Be in prayer and don’t neglect true fellowship. Be soldiers, act like men, be strong in the Lord.
It seems that both do not always connect together. If our current mind-set does not allow us to experience the will of God, then it is time to change our thinking. Are we really prepared to change our ideas about church? What are those ideas based on and shaped by? Does God Share Your Theology? An idea shapes the way we think, forming an ideology. This, in turn, can affect our theology, or what we see and understand in Scripture. Our theology can be made to fit our ideas of how things should be.
A Divine Confrontation by Graham Cooke