Prophetic Fishing

Author: Jean Krisle Blasi
Publisher: Chosen Books
ISBN: 1585585823
Size: 33.61 MB
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Prophetic fishing, according to Jean Blasi, is fishing for men and women by the presence and power of God--evangelism made easy. It comes as a result of supernatural living. We do the "natural" part and let the Spirit of God within us handle the "super" side of things. We don't have to work for God to bring others into his kingdom. Instead, Blasi advises readers simply to breathe in his presence, get out of the way, and let him work through them. It's figuring out what God is already doing and then joining him in it. This is no canned approach to evangelism. It is taking the prophetic gift and applying it to fulfilling the Great Commission in a most natural and powerful way--listening as God shows you who to talk to, then starting the conversation. Blasi helps readers learn to hear God's voice and then to move out in power, letting love be our motivation.

The Practice Of Prophecy

Author: Li Ming Dennis Lum
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532618409
Size: 40.77 MB
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The charisma of prophecy is found throughout the history of the global Pentecostal movement. Within the movement, prophecy is seen as the communication of an inspired, spontaneous revelation, bringing edification to the faith community. Despite its prevalence, academic research has mostly focused on the biblical-theological aspect, neglecting the actual contemporary practice. This book addresses this gap with a study on the practice of prophecy within the Assemblies of God of Singapore. The book investigates the nature, purpose, and significance of the phenomenon. It also identifies theological variables that are correlated with its practice and explicates these relationships. The investigation employs the empirical-theological method of Johannes van der Ven, utilizing both a qualitative and a quantitative study. The results provide a rich description of the actual reception, delivery, and judging of prophecy. Significant findings include relationships between prophecy and courage, love, personality types, prayer types, and evangelism.

Spirit Led Evangelism

Author: Ché Ahn
Publisher: Chosen Books
ISBN: 0800794427
Size: 66.95 MB
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Most Christians know they should share their faith in Jesus Christ with unbelievers, but not everyone is on the same footing. Some hardly know where to start. Others move with confidence but want to explore areas of greater effectiveness. In the body of Christ, the call to evangelism is clear, but the gifting is different. Now available in trade paper, Spirit-Led Evangelism helps remove any barriers to answering that call. With practical teaching and personal illustrations, Ché Ahn explains the priority of evangelism and equips readers to move to higher levels of success. With a special emphasis on "power evangelism," this book helps both hesitant and on-fire Christians deepen their skills for following Christ into all the world.

Power Evangelism

Author: John Wimber
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
ISBN: 9780830747962
Size: 66.13 MB
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The message of Power Evangelism has been embraced around the world, and the book that started it all has become a classic, with more than one million sold. In 2006, Christianity Today named it one of the 50 most significant Christian books to be published in the last 50 years. This revised and updated edition describes the releasing of God’s power through signs and wonders to refresh, renew, heal and equip His people. Drawing from the teaching of the New Testament and with illustrations from his own experience, Vineyard leader John Wimber persuades the reader to “yield control of our lives to the Holy Spirit.” Though Wimber died in 1997, his teaching continues to spread throughout the Vineyard movement, through the broader renewal movement and to Christians across the globe, even those who do not consider themselves Charismatic. Co-author Kevin Springer—also a Vineyard pastor—has found that in the years since its first publication, Power Evangelism has only grown, and the results continue to be explosive. This edition includes a chapter-by-chapter study guide and reflects changes Springer and other power evangelism practitioners have made in presentation—not in content—for readers in the new millennium.

Fire Evangelism

Author: Ché Ahn
Publisher: Chosen Books Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780800794101
Size: 30.87 MB
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From a popular evangelist and pastor, this comprehensive guidebook shows how to share the Gospel with greater love and authority by identifying seven types of evangelism.

Prophesy And Heal The Sick

Author: Matthew Helland
Publisher: Total Publishing and Media
ISBN: 9781633020771
Size: 72.69 MB
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This book gives you a biblical foundation and practical steps to grow in Raising up a New Generation of Prophets, Prerequisites of Prophetic Ministry, Hear God's Voice, How to Prophesy, Prophetic Activations, Prophetic Guidelines, Creating the Future, Words of Knowledge, Make God's Love Tangible, Heal the Sick and Grow in Power Evangelism.

Prophetic Evangelism

Author: Mark Stibbe
Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
ISBN: 1850789274
Size: 19.75 MB
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In this compelling book, Mark Stibbe argues that God wants to use Christians to speak prophetically into the lives of unbelievers, waking them up to the fact that Jesus is alive and he knows their every thought, word and action. There are many biblical examples of God's people using prophecy in their witness to unbelievers. Jesus used prophecy in His ministry to seekers. After Pentecost, God gave the gift of prophecy to believers as one resource among many in their witness to the world. Furthermore, Christians today receive prophecies for those who don't know Christ, often with immediate and life-changing effects. This book contains many such testimonies.

Prophetic Evangelism

Author: Mark Stibbe
Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
ISBN: 1850789274
Size: 55.91 MB
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In this compelling book, Mark Stibbe argues that God wants to use Christians to speak prophetically into the lives of unbelievers, waking them up to the fact that Jesus is alive and he knows their every thought, word and action. There are many biblical examples of God's people using prophecy in their witness to unbelievers. Jesus used prophecy in His ministry to seekers. After Pentecost, God gave the gift of prophecy to believers as one resource among many in their witness to the world. Furthermore, Christians today receive prophecies for those who don't know Christ, often with immediate and life-changing effects. This book contains many such testimonies.

The Holy Spirit In Mission

Author: Gary Tyra
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830869492
Size: 60.52 MB
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The church has been called to participate in God's mission in the world. But without a robust, biblical sense of the Spirit's action, how can we be sure we're fulfilling that call? Gary Tyra employs a biblical theology of the Holy Spirit to deepen and inform our understanding of life as the church, the people of God. Since the church's mission to and into the world is both evangelistic and prophetic, the task calls for the working of the Spirit in our preaching, proclamation and service. Tyra brings together both charismatic and evangelical emphases resulting in a theological and practical synthesis that is richer than when either is taken separately.

Practicing The Power

Author: Sam Storms
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310533856
Size: 51.73 MB
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The Bible teaches us that we are to be filled with God's Spirit and that God's presence and grace is manifested among his people as they serve, love, and minister to one another. Yet some of the gifts that God offers to his people aren't commonly seen in many churches today. Gifts of prophecy, healing, tongues, and other supernatural gifts of God seem to be absent, and many Christians are unsure how to cultivate an atmosphere where God's Spirit can work while remaining committed to the foundational truth of God's Word. How can Christians pursue and implement the miraculous gifts of the Spirit without falling into fanatical excess and splitting the church in the process? In Practicing the Power, pastor and author Sam Storms offers practical steps to understanding and exercising spiritual gifts in a way that remains grounded in the word and centered in the gospel. With examples drawn from his forty years of ministry as a pastor and teachers, Storms offers a guidebook that can help pastors, elders, and church members understand what changes are needed to see God move in supernatural power and to guard against excess and abuse of the spiritual gifts. If you long to see God's Spirit move in your church and life, and aren't sure why that isn't happening or where to begin, this book is for you.