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What the Spirit Is Saying to the Churchesby Henry Blackaby
Synopses & Reviews
People today are hungry for God's sure guidance in their churches. But how do they find it? One of the strongest prophetic voices to the church today, Henry Blackaby, helps Christians grasp God's pattern for strengthening their churches, rather than relying on human ideas and methods that leave God on the periphery. They'll learn how to be sensitive individually and corporately to the effort of the Spirit, exploring the trustworthy principles by which the Lord longs to guide each congregation toward its own distinctive mission.
Identifies God's pattern for strengthening a church, counseling on how to be sensitive to the works of the Holy Spirit while discussing principles by which God leads a congregation toward a distinctive spiritual mission.
About the Author
Henry T. Blackaby, author of Experiencing God, provides consultative leadership on prayer for revival and spiritual awakening in the life of many Christians around the world. Blackaby and his wife, Marilynn, have five children and thirteen grandchildren. They live in Atlanta, Georgia.
Table of Contents
God takes the initiative — What only God can do — Seeing God work — Hearing Him — Believing Him — Adjusting to Him — Obeying Him and seeing the results.
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