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This book feels thrown together on the tails of the Toronto Blessing. It may have been written while the outpouring was still happening, and it is designed to defend the validity of the movement. To do that, Mr. Chevreau relies primarily on the witness of history and the witness of the changed. Though he does attempt a Biblical defense, the defense isn't very well presented and the train of thought is scattered. For a historical witness he goes back to the Great (American) Awakening and the writ...
Brilliant Book, this move of God impacted the nations.
Fantasic book, which uses the experiences of the Toronto Blessing to reiew the work of the Holy Spirit though many centurys , looking at the work of many great eveanglists such as Johnathan Edwards,C H Spurgeon, and there writings. Showing that the manifestation of the Holy Spirit are not new, and it is not new for them to cause devision.Guy Chevreau on p69 states " When the Holy Spirit manifests his presents, it often if not always requires that we lose control.It means that we give up our pla
Having read " Prophetic Evangelism" by Mark Stibbe, which I loved, I expected to thoroughly enjoy this book. I'm afraid I, personally, found it very dry and hard to read. I believe other people have enjoyed it, so maybe it is just not a style of writing which I enjoy.
This is part of the fringe charismatic extreme.