Eat the Word, Speak the Word Paperback
Exercising a Bible-based Prophetic Ministry
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Eat the Word, Speak the Word
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Eat the Word, Speak the Word by Rachel Hickson was published by Lion Hudson in April 2010 and is our 16969th best seller. The ISBN for Eat the Word, Speak the Word is 9781854249715.
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Eat the Word, Speak the WordJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
Word and Spirit revelation for the body of Christ are vital. Rachel Hickson takes us on a tour and invitation to this kind of fullness. A contagious heart for Christ and his Word remains central in all that is communicated in Word and by implication. Christians are easily misled, becoming "prophet hunters rather than God chasers", as Rachel puts it. This book will take you, the reader, on a journey that will train you to respect and handle the word of God correctly and then equip the prophetic gift within.
While much of this book contained treasure there was a lack of realism about the prophetic integration tensions that arise as churches desire to live out the fivefold gifts. There were sections that defy truth or application with the prophet being described as "like having a resident interior designer in the house" or the scalable pressures associated with "prophetic prayer sounding like heaven when I pray!?". More connection and coherence between word and spirit remain needful for this reader following Hickson’s description of life and faith. Realism, groanings, aches and valleys were unmentioned. Yet withal the appendix is a valued foundation for prayer ministry in the local church. Accessible, inspiring but incomplete.
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|Page last updated||24th July 2011|
|Author / Artist||Rachel Hickson|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (April 2010)|
|Number of Pages||194|