The Fire That Ignites: Living in the Power of the Holy Spirit

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Multnomah Publishers, 2003 - Religion - 95 pages
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Tony Evans leads readers on a journey through the eyes of the disciples, revealing how God's gift of the Holy Spirit turned them from quivering cowards into bold martyrs who built His church and changed the world. In the same way, the unchanging power of the Spirit can ignite a fire in readers' lives today -- transforming them from sleepwalkers into wide-awake witnesses for Him. Dr. Evans shows how the power of the Spirit brings wisdom, freedom, and joy to the Christian -- as well as glory to God's kingdom -- and how holy habits can keep readers plugged in to the eternal source of spiritual power. Jesus said, "You will receivepowerwhen the Holy Spirit has come upon you." What kind of difference is the Holy Spirit of God making in your daily life? You've probably heard confusing, often conflicting information about who the Spirit is and what He does. You may feel disconnected from Him, even as you long to experience His dynamic presence and power. Here is the practical help you've been looking for. With clear, simple teaching straight from the Word of God, Tony Evans shows you how to intimately know the Holy Spirit-His fruit, His power, His guidance-for a life of victory and joy. From the Hardcover edition.

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Dr. Anthony T. Evans is senior pastor of the 5,000-member Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, and president of The Urban Alternative, a national organization that seeks to bring about spiritual renewal in urban America through the church. He was the first black American to graduate with a doctoral degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. The author of twenty books, Evans lives with his wife, Lois, in Dallas, Texas. They have four children and two granddaughters.

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