I believe that we're in the beginning stages of the greatest revival this world has ever known. In order for us to carry out the plan of God, we must realize that divine intervention and not human effort will usher in this end-time revival. Christians must know that their lives with God can be full of new experiences every day. Instead of merely enduring our salvation, we can enjoy the fullness that God has provided in the Holy Ghost. You need to realize that these gifts and callings were not placed in your life to lie dormant.
Only with the power of the Holy Ghost will you see them fulfilled. This book will show you how to meet challenges and realize your full potential. If you apply these practical truths in your life, you will begin to experience a new freshness in God. The plans that you have hoped to fulfill all your life will become reality. Do you long for certain things in God? Does your sanctified soul stir at the thought of doing exploits for God? A sense of destiny causes you to determine, no matter what I must go through, I can and will make it! These truths on the Holy Ghost will take you to higher heights and deeper depths of God. Get ready to experience a new joy and power that will change your life - and the lives of others.
©2008 T.D. Jakes (P)2008 T.D. Jakes
Clinical Psychologist in private practice.
If you want a stream of scriptures read by someone (NOT TD Jakes), it is the book for you. If you want the analysis of TD Jakes, this is not a good book.
did not finish much of it
He seemed to just be reading. ....and fast.
Yes, same thing but with TD Jakes reading and elaborating...analysis from him in his own voice.
Get something read by TD Jakes himself
I did not like the narator. The book has a good message however. The narator reads the text too fast and you cant seem to catch the point of the teaching unless you listen several times. The narator doesn't put any flavor to the reading.
I loved all of the scripture references! Makes me wish I had the hardback version as well. It's every bit as good as his teaching sermons.
The audio, by that I mean the person reading it, sounded as if he were reading something he wasn't connected to, but it didn't stop me from getting the meaning out of the book.
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