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Overview Wilkerson believes that Christians have a heavenly calling to be free from the world--and even noble or seemingly "godly" pursuits can crowd out Christ's presence in everyday life. In these turbulent times, we must remain faithful in Christ and grow in our love for Him, which is the only way we can carry out our tasks.
Publishers Description Wilkerson's passionate call to a deeper walk of daily discipleship invites both committed and casual Christians to know Jesus as they've never known him before.
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David Wilkerson (1931-2011) was the founder of Teen Challenge and World Challenge and founding pastor of Times Square Church in New York City. He authored more than thirty books, including the bestselling The Cross and the Switchblade and Knowing God by Name. He ministered to people worldwide and was still ministering on the day of his death.
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This is one of the few Nov 27, 2005
books, that actually brought me to my knees in tears. Asking God for forgiveness. I borrowed it out, and never got it back. I think it's time I picked up a new copy.
This is a MUST read!!!
Hungry for more of Jesus... Aug 5, 2005
Pastor David says it all here. What more could I be hungry for? Give me Jesus. That's what I desire.
Tough Words for Those Hungry for Jesus Jun 24, 2004
David Wilkerson writes like he preaches, tough. This book is written for those who are hungry for more of Jesus in their lives (which should be all disciples; John 14:15). The book is at once tough but also encouraging to the disciple. It will challenge you to stop living for the present, dying world and start becoming focused on what is truly valuable, Jesus. Some might say that Wilkerson needs more grace but remember that God's grace teaches us to say no to sin (Titus 2:11-12).
One of his BEST!! Jan 19, 2003
David Wilkerson haS ALWAYS been a great man of God and he has insights that are uplifting and that bring great understanding all throughout this book.Each chapter is like a new Bible study ! It will bring you great encouragement along with new knowledge!!I bought at least 4, 1 for me , the others for gifts.
"Those who hunger and thirst for righteousness..." Jun 26, 2002
...shall be filled."
Those hungry for more of the Lord and who read this book, shall be filled. A.W. Tozer said that a good book was one which "made you put it down and think it over yourself." This is one of those books.
Wilkerson's prescribed pursuit of Jesus begins with "Feeding on Christ". He teaches how to come to the Lord, how to commune with Him, and then how to walk in the presence of Jesus. Section 2 speaks of the cost of faith, the power of Jesus to overcome, and the road to victory. Section three unveils Christ in His glory, His power for our lives, and His awesome majesty for the whole world.
Wilkerson helps usher the reader into the manifest presence of the living God. It strengthened my faith and added awe and humility to my prayer life.
This book is further evidence that Wilkerson is more than a self-described "watchman". I believe David Wilkerson is God's man for this generation. This book adds proof to that assertion.
God will surely bless you while you read it and for desiring to be nearer to Him. His promise is that He will then "draw near to you".