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- A Diary of Signs and Wonders by Mariah Woodworth-Etter
- Speaking in Tongues
- Tongues Are for You! How to Release Your Prayer Language
- The Fear of the Lord
- Beware the Super-Apostles
- The Dream of the Institutional Church
- Called and Commissioned: 14 Principles for Budding Prophets from the Call of Jeremiah
- You Are the Body of Christ
- Manifestations Throughout Church History
- The Conception of Jesus
- Get Outta Debt! How to Eliminate Debt and Enjoy Financial Freedom
- The Truth About Tithing
- Response to a Concerned Heterosexual Christian
- The Sin of Sodom
- Lonnie Frisbee: Catalyst for Revival
- Embracing the Coming Judgment
When it comes to anointed, Spirit-empowered ministry, none can compare to evangelist Maria Woodworth-Etter (1844–1924).
Her evangelistic campaigns criss-crossed the United States, bringing incredible healing and astounding spiritual manifestations to rival the biblical outpouring at Pentecost. Even the dead are resurrected.
This book details the account of her call to preach the Gospel, her early ministry, and the many salvations, healings, and deliverances that attended her meetings. A number of her powerful sermons are included.
This edition, edited by Lee Allen Howard, is formatted especially for Kindle. Improvements include updated spellings, Arabic chapter numbers and Scripture references, typographical and grammar corrections, and a linked table of contents. A number of photographs are also provided.
To experience the power of Pentecost today, download A Diary of Signs and Wonders today!
This book is a Bible study from a Pentecostal perspective about the Spirit-filled Christian experience of speaking on tongues. It explores the origin of tongues and answers these and many other questions:
- Is speaking in tongues the biblical evidence of receiving the baptism in the Holy Spirit?
- Did speaking in tongues pass away with the close of the early church and the canonization of the Scriptures?
- Are there two types of tongues? Three?
- How are tongues to be used in the assembly of believers?
- What are the benefits of praying in tongues?
Speaking in Tongues takes an in-depth look at biblical passages as well as the underlying language, and shares the opinions of others to form a conclusion about this Pentecostal phenomenon.
If you want to know more about speaking on tongues and spiritual manifestations in the church, this study is for you.
When some believers are filled with the Holy Spirit, they immediately begin to speak in tongues fluently. This was not the case for me, and some have never found freedom in their prayer language. Often this is because they don’t know what to expect, or they believe that releasing the Spirit’s language is something other than the easy, natural thing that it is.
Others who have wanted to receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit have never released their unknown tongue because they were not properly instructed how to receive or the part they had to play in releasing their prayer language. They have given up, disappointed, thinking that the experience was not for them or that, for some reason, God wanted to withhold the blessing of prayer language.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
God wants every believer to be filled with the Holy Spirit and empowered to pray in the supernatural language the Spirit provides. But you must know how to release the language God has given you.
God will not withhold a blessing that would build you up in your faith. Tongues are for you! If you desire to have fluency in the language of the Spirit, this book will help you release what God wants you to have. Get it today!
Today it’s popularly taught that whenever the Bible mentions the “fear the Lord,” it simply refers to reverence, awe or respect. Is that true? This book covers exciting territory and answers these intriguing questions:
- What does the word “fear” mean, and how is it used in the Bible?
- Is the fear of the Lord only an Old Testament concept or is it for today?
- What is the fear of the Lord, and why is it important?
You may be surprised to know there are awesome benefits that come with a proper fear of the Lord. How about those who don’t fear the Lord… What are these people like—and what are the consequences for their attitude and behavior?
The fear of the Lord can be taught and learned. For a thorough scriptural study of this important topic, download The Fear of the Lord today.
This book is a Bible study geared toward Pentecostal and Charismatic church leadership.
What are the characteristics of false ministers? They must be easy to recognize, right? Not to the early Christians, and it hasn’t changed today.
This book is geared toward Charismatic church leadership. It will open your eyes and teach you:
- How to identify false ministers
- The message and methods of false ministers
- Why ministers should work
- The Nicolaitan deception
- The error of Balaam
- The real purpose of the five-fold
To prepare yourself for genuine Christian ministry, to sharpen your discernment between the true and the false, read, study, and take to heart the message of this book. Beware the Super-Apostles!
I received a powerful dream in the early morning of March 29, 2003. I was able to remember many details in the dream when I wrote it down. Because of its vividness, it seemed more like a vision:
The previous evening, I had been musing about God’s Plan Ministries being a church that wouldn’t build its own kingdom, but that pitched in and helped churches and ministries in the McKeesport, Pennsylvania, area with their endeavors.
Out of this, God gave me this dream in which I went on an investigative mission of visiting churches, hunting for places to bless. I ended up in a particular church…
This dream is about the present state of the institutional church. There are good things in this dream, and there are bad things in it. But it was altogether eye-opening.
The book concludes with a prophetic word I received about the reformation of giving and financing in the coming move of God.
Called and Commissioned: 14 Principles for Budding Prophets from the Call of Jeremiah examines the first chapter of Jeremiah concerning the call and commission of new prophets. It explores the time and purpose of the prophetic call, the supernatural gifting of hearing and seeing, and responding to God’s call. It considers:
- Types of prophets
- Overcoming the excuses we make to heeding the call
- The instrument of spiritual illumination
- The authority of the prophetic ministry
Do you know the difference between the call and the commission? Once called, the budding prophet receives a six-fold commission and the charge to be God’s watchman. Are you ready to stand watch?
If you desire to grow in the prophetic, this in-depth Bible study and 14 crucial principles will prepare your heart and mind for the ministry God has called you to. Get it now.
Paul wrote, “Now you are the Body of Christ” (1 Cor. 12:27 NIV). He did not say we were “like” the Body of Christ. He did not say we were “similar to” the Body of Christ. He plainly said, “You ARE the Body of Christ!”
The Bible reveals that, as a born again believer, you share the same history that is Christ’s. You are intimately identified with Christ in His crucifixion, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension. You have even become a part of Christ Himself! You are one with Him in body and spirit. You are now seated in heavenly places with Him, and if you have been filled with the Holy Spirit, you have received the same anointing that Jesus had when He walked the earth.
The Church is not merely an institution, it is the anointed Body of Christ in the earth, filled with all the fullness of the Godhead. Therefore, it’s time for believers to rise up and walk in the authority and the anointing that belongs to them as members of Christ. Read this book to discover who you are in Christ and the power that belongs to you!
This book is a Pentecostal Bible study geared toward Church leadership.
Yet, revival usually doesn’t come in the neat and tidy package we’d like it to. Some believers don’t appreciate the “mess” that true revival produces. But what’s really important? After revival in his time had nearly died out, John Wesley prayed: “Lord, send us the old revival, without the defects; but if this cannot be, send it—with all its defects. We must have revival.”
Although they seem strange, bodily manifestations often accompany authentic outpourings of God’s Spirit—things like falling, shaking, and shouting. This book traces the history of Christian renewals that were accompanied by physical manifestations, from New Testament times to the present day.
To know more about the history of revival and its effects on sinner and saint, read Manifestations Throughout Church History. Then you’ll also pray: “We must have revival!”
Is Jesus’ conception recorded in Scripture? You’ll find out in this brief booklet.
Geared toward Pentecostal church leadership and serious students of the Bible, this prophetic message examines Gabriel’s annunciation to Mary, her visit to Elizabeth, and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that conceived the promised Savior.
A virgin conceive? Mary asked, “How?”
Gabriel answered, “THE HOLY SPIRIT!”
God’s will expressed through His word is brought to pass by the operation of the Holy Spirit.
Get The Conception of Jesus to learn how God’s word can come to pass in your life.
The pleasure of buying on credit is often exceeded by the pain of owing money.
- Do you consider yourself to be financially overextended? (Too much month at the end of your money.)
- Are you earning a good income yet still can’t manage to save any money after paying all your bills?
- Are you paying high credit card interest?
- Are you borrowing from one credit card to pay another?
- Are you trying to be optimistic while ignoring your inevitable future financial status? Do you fear the future because of your indebtedness?
If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you may have a problem with debt.
What would it be like to be debt-free?
- You could dramatically lower stress in your job, your relationships, your home.
- Instead of paying everything to creditors, you’d regain ownership of your life and time.
- You’d be able to quickly build your savings and perhaps someday live off the interest alone.
- You’d look forward to the future instead of dreading it.
- You’d get back your hopes and dreams.
If you’re tired of being in bondage to debt, learn how to escape it the Bible way. Get Outta Debt! will enable you to eliminate debt and enjoy financial freedom.
The Get Outta Debt! program will show you how to pay off every last penny of debt—including your mortgage—so you can live on a cash basis and never have to borrow again. You’ll learn:
- The warning signs of too much debt.
- What debt really is, from a biblical perspective.
- The reasons why we live in debt—and why your circumstances aren’t the real problem.
- How to change perceptions about debt and about yourself.
- Why consolidation and bankruptcy are unacceptable options in reducing your debt.
- A simple, easy-to-follow system for eliminating all your debts in as little as 1–10 years.
- How to operate totally on a cash basis.
It’s no coincidence that the abbreviation for the Get Outta Debt! program is G.O.D. With God’s help and wisdom from the Bible, you can become debt-free to enjoy the life the Lord has designed for you.
If that sounds good to you, let’s get started!
Has this sort of condemnation been foisted on you from the pulpit? If so, you owe it to yourself to find out what the Bible really says about tithing.
This brief but in-depth Bible study, geared toward church leadership, examines the biblical origins of the tithe. It begins with a discussion of stewardship and the important principles of caring for the resources the Creator has entrusted to us. It examines tithing in the lives of the patriarchs, reveals the purpose of the tithe in the community of Israel, and finally indicts the priesthood for misappropriation of funds in Malachi 3.
You’ll also learn:
- The tithe was animal and vegetable produce of land-owning farmers in Israel.
- The tithe was not money or income of any other kind, never a percentage of wages earned.
- Observing the Sabbath years of rest ensured dependence on God’s miraculous provision.
- The priests received only ONE PERCENT of what land-owning Israelites tithed. They received nothing from aliens and other laborers who owned no land.
- The tithe transaction was NOT an offering, it was the PAYING OF TAXES for civil and religious service, both of which were governmental functions in Israel.
Is tithing is binding on today’s Christian? Discover the answer to this burning question—and never again be coerced to give more than you can afford, or more than what your heart tells you to give.
Although this teaching flies in the face of what is popularly taught from pulpits today, The Truth About Tithing reveals what the Bible really teaches. To walk in financial freedom, get it now.
I tried everything over the course of twenty years to rid myself of same-sex attraction. I realized I could no longer deny who I was simply because my spiritual community held narrowly prescribed notions of what was acceptable, moral, and holy. So I decided to be true to myself, to discover who God had really made me to be. So I came out of the closet and took Christ with me.
“God loves the sinner but hates the sin,” she said. The only Christian from my former life who maintained contact with me through my early coming out process finally said she was “concerned” with my “lifestyle choice” (implying I had chosen a life of sin). I answered with a long letter sharing my feelings and espousing my hard-earned beliefs. Response to a Concerned Heterosexual Christian is adapted from this reply.
It details my struggle and everything I did to overcome it. With twenty years in the evangelical charismatic church, a masters in biblical studies, years in Christian publishing and missions work, and time spent pastoring, I present this contemporary issue from a personal viewpoint that’s scripturally educated.
Do LGBT people need to be fixed, healed? Does the stance of conservative Christianity represent the nature of God and Christ to everyone? Do we have scriptural precedent for accepting LGBT people just as they are?
If you’ve struggled with these issues regardless of your orientation, you owe it to yourself and all those inside and outside of Christ’s fold to foster a new understanding, “That they may be one as we are one” (John 17:11,22).
What does the Bible really teach about the sin of Sodom and its destruction with Gomorrah and surrounding cities? Many people believe God rained down fire and brimstone on the ancient towns because its inhabitants were gay.
But is there any evidence elsewhere in the Bible to support that homosexual behavior was prevalent in these places?
This thesis geared toward church leadership closely studies the account of Sodom and Gomorrah to find out what the Bible really says about the past—and what it means for us today.
In addition to accurately interpreting the Bible, it’s crucial to understand the customs of the ancient world so that Scripture is set in its proper historical context. This guards against misinterpreting the text in the light of modern traditions, beliefs, and prejudices.
The Sin of Sodom examines ALL the Scripture passages that mention Sodom to find out what they do—and don’t—say about why God destroyed the ancient cities of the Plain. It also reviews history and the interpretations of Old Testament scholars and early Church leaders to reveal the evolution of their understanding over the centuries and how this affects the beliefs of today’s Church.
What was the sin of Sodom, and why did God destroy it? Read this book to discover what the Bible really says.
Have you heard of Lonnie Frisbee? Thanks to documentary filmmaker David Di Sabatino’s Frisbee: The Life and Death of a Hippie Preacher, the influence of a 1960s flower child has taken its rightful place in the annals of the twentieth-century outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
Under Lonnie’s ministry, untold thousands were converted, healed, and filled with the Holy Spirit. This great move of God sparked in the 1960s kindled most of North America’s revival since then. Two major movements—Calvary Chapel and the Vineyard—were birthed from Lonnie’s ministry.
Why would God use a man without higher education from a drugged-up, dropped-out generation to build his Kingdom? Because Lonnie loved God. And God used him as a catalyst for Holy Spirit revival in his day.
Lonnie loved people, too, and men especially. This is one of the reasons you’ve never heard of him.
Gathering published sources from those who knew or knew of Lonnie, this book recounts Frisbee’s life and provides the context in which he came to faith and entered ministry.
It also draws a parallel between what God did with the hippies during the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the Jesus Movement and what God is about to do now in bringing Holy Spirit revival to the LGBTQI community.
If you’re committed to revival for everyone, get Lonnie Frisbee, Catalyst for Revival.
This message was received the week following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on America (the falling of the Twin Towers in New York City and the attack on the Pentagon in Washington, DC). The end of all things draws near. Are we ready to walk through the fire by faith?
The Bible teaches that judgment will begin with the Church and progress to the world (1 Pet. 4:17). How can we prepare for the inevitable?
Through a study of Scripture coupled with repentance, we can prepare ourselves for the shaking to come, find mercy in the midst of judgment, and be the witness to the world we are called to be.
By knowing the Father’s heart of love for us, we can embrace the coming judgment and be prepared for the final days.