Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire Paperback
What Happens When God's Spirit Invades the Hearts of His People
by Jim Cymbala; Dean Merrill;
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Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire
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The Times Are Urgent, God Is on the Move, Now Is the Moment to . . .ask God to ignite his fire in your soul!
Pastor Jim Cymbala believes that Jesus wants to renew his people--to call us back from spiritual dead ends, apathy, and lukewarm religion.
Cymbala knows the difference firsthand.
Twenty-five years ago, his own church, the Brooklyn Tabernacle, was a struggling congregation of twenty.
Then they began to pray . . . God began to move . . . street-hardened lives by the hundreds were changed by the love of Christ . . . and today they are eight thousand strong.
The story of what happened to this broken-down church in one of America's meanest neighborhoods points the way to new spiritual vitality in the church and in your own life. Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire shows what the Holy Spirit can do when believers get serious about prayer and the Gospel. As this compelling book reveals, God moves in life-changing ways when we set aside our own agendas, take him at his word, and listen for his voice.
Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire by Jim Cymbala;Dean Merrill was published by Zondervan in March 2003 and is our 13927th best seller. The ISBN for Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire is 9780310251538.
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|Page last updated||3rd August 2014|
|Author / Artist||Jim Cymbala;Dean Merrill|
|Publisher||Zondervan (March 2003)|
|Number of Pages||208|