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In ‘There Is More’, Randy Clark, gives a collection of stories as proof of a global spiritual awakening along with a solid, biblical foundation and understanding for the theology of impartation. Supported with a historical retrospective on the church’s teaching on impartation, and evidence of the visitation of the Lord in the Church, Randy draws on personal testimonies from around the world.
This is combination of scriptural theology and personal evidence from people shows you what how impartation bears a lasting fruit in the lives of those open to receive the spirit of God. ‘There is More’ with a foreword by Bethel’s Bill Johnson, takes you on a journey from the Toronto Blessing to places in the world where the spiritual harvest is already taking place – such as Mozambique - through the ministry of ordinary people.
Randy Clark invites you to witness a release of Holy Spirit power and its effect on evangelism and missions worldwide – including your own.
There is More! by Randy Clark was published by Baker in February 2013 and is our 19994th best seller. The ISBN for There is More! is 9780800795504.
Foreword By Bill Johnson
Part 1: The Reality Of Impartation
1 The Biblical Foundation For Impartation
2 A Man Made Ready: My Testimony Impartation
3 How To Receive An Impartation
Part 2: Into The Harvest Field - Fruit That Will Last
4 Fruits Of Impartation
5 Impartation To See
Part 3: Evangelism And Mission – The Power Factor
6 Why Impartation? Why Signs And Wonders
7 Radical Obedience: Impartation Of The Power To Die
8 Clothed With Power: Nobody Is Safe
Part 4; Restoring The Lost Doctrine Of Impartation
9 The Heritage Of The Saints: Impartation And Visitation
10 Winds Of Change: Preparation For Restoration
11 Building Bridges So Others Might Receive
Conclusion: Living Out Impartation
“This is an excellent book on the issue of impartation of the Holy Sprit. Randy Clark is extensively qualified to write this book as God is using him in a powerful ministry for healing and impartation since 1994 in both United States and foreign countries. If you are hungry for more, buy this book!” - other retailer's reviewer
“We all know there is more available from God than what we have experienced so far and Randy's book will help you understand how "the more" can bring increase to your ministry and to your joy as you live for the Lord Jesus, the One who died and was raised on our behalf.” - other retailer's reviewer
Randy Clark defines the power of impartation as receiving a supernatural gift from God enabling the receiver to do the humanly impossible. It comes by faith rooted in Jesus' death and the completed work of the cross. The gift is not only of salvation and eternal life, but also the power of signs and miracles.
The primary purpose of imparted gifts is to reveal the nature of God – love, kindness, generosity, etc. and that God should receive the glory. Randy says this is almost forgotten because it hasn't been taught, because it isn’t the experience of many theologians. Randy first encountered ‘impartation’ happened with a St. Louis church plant. He was afraid he would fail. But God's power helped him overcome the fear and he was able to plant the church.
In Randy’s view, expressed in an interview with CBN’s 700 Club, people should not let their spiritual experiences overshadow God's Word; experience should rise up to the level of the Word, instead of letting experiences dictate who God is and what He will do or how we interpret the Word.
On how to receive impartation, Randy makes an important clarification: the laying on of hands is only one way of two ways of receiving an impartation from God as seen in scripture - the other being waiting on God through prayer. Unfortunately, he says, church traditions reduce the ‘Ways of God’ to steps and stages, that leaving little room for God to pour out grace in ways uniquely suited to each of His children.
In the history of the church, he claims, impartation has been limited to: pursuing holiness as a matter of conquering sin, and putting one's faith in the finished work of Jesus and know this as truth in one's life.
Randy says there are only three prerequisites in receiving more of the Holy Spirit
1) Be aware of the personal inadequacy in our Christian life.
2) Earnestly desire for this condition to change.
3) Want your life to honour God in His service and glory
If you don't manifest spiritual gifts right away, Randy doesn’t condemn, but offers encouragement and strength: there are times we do not understand the mysteries of God, but we should come with expectation.
Randy Clark grew up in a fundamentalist Baptist Church and came to know the Lord intimately following a car accident at age 18. After many meetings with John Wimber – who prophesied as early as 1984 that Randy Clark had an apostolic call to a global ministry of impartation., Randy says the Lord directed him to establish a Vineyard Church in St. Louis in 1986 where only 11 people came in the first 11 months. This “desert experience” was felt by many in the mid-80s and by 1993; he was discouraged, miserable, and distressed.
That summer Randy attended a Howard-Browne conference in Tulsa that changed his life. He says he was touched, received an impartation forcefully by the Holy Spirit and healed of a nervous condition. The next Sunday back in his home church, Randy reports that a worshipper “fell under the power of the Spirit.” She lay on the floor for 45 minutes, laughing and slapping her thigh.
Word quickly spread in Vineyard circles about what was happening in St. Louis. Randy was invited to speak at regional and national denominational meetings where he says the Spirit moved powerfully. He was then invited to speak in Canada where God used him to begin the Toronto Blessing.
On January 20, 1994, Randy walked into a small storefront church in an industrial park near the Toronto Airport. What was supposed to be a 3-day meeting has lasted until the present day attracting crowds from around the world. News of God’s visitation quickly spread. In all his meetings, Randy prays a simple prayer, “More, Lord. More of Your Spirit.”
In the years since the Toronto Blessing, Randy has introduced hundreds of cities around the world to the Holy Spirit, reaching out to many cultures and denominations. As he travels he preaches a simple message: “God wants to use you.” Randy believes he has failed if he hasn’t instructed people that Christians should share their faith, pray for the sick, and learn how to cast out demons. “That’s part of the Gospel. It’s not peripheral,” he says.
|Author / Artist||Randy Clark|
|Publisher||Baker (February 2013)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||7th September 2014|