Item description for Buenos Dias, Espiritu Santo by Benny Hinn...
Overview In this youth edition, Pastor Hinn shares the same insights and truths that God has taught him through the years, but in a format suitable for youth. Beginning with a dramatic encounter, the book unveils Hinn's uncommon journey to an understanding of and fellowship with the Holy Spirit.
Cuando "Buenos dias, Espiritu Santo" entro en escena, de inmediato alcanzo los primeros lugares de popularidad y ventas y redefinio el pensamiento del creyente acerca de su relacion con el Espiritu Santo. En "Buenos dias, Espiritu Santo" el pastor Benny Hinn comparte los recursos y verdades que Dios le ha ensenado a traves de los anos. Comenzando con un dramatico encuentro, este libro desvela el transito poco comun de Hinn hacia un entendimiento de y companerismo con el Espiritu Santo. Complementado con una guia de estudio para usar en forma personal o en grupo "Buenos dias, Espiritu Santo" lo llevara a descubrir: La forma de identificar la voz del Espiritu Santo Los siete pasos para una vida de oracion mas efectiva La fuente y proposito de la uncion de Dios La libertad del miedo al pecado "imperdonable" El plan maestro de Dios para su vida
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Studio: Grupo Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2005
Publisher Editorial Caribe
ISBN 0881139173 ISBN13 9780881139174
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More About Benny Hinn
People around the globe know Pastor Benny Hinn as an evangelist, teacher, and author of best-selling books, including Lamb of God, and Good Morning, Holy Spirit. His TV program, This Is Your Day! is among the world's most-watched Christian programs, seen daily in 200 countries. But there is much more to the story of the man and ministry now impacting the world with the life-saving and miracle-working message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Benny Hinn currently resides in Palm Springs Palm Springs Pa, in the state of Florida.
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An Autobiographical Glimpse at a Life in the Spirit Dec 15, 2005
In GOOD MORNING, HOLY SPIRIT (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1990, 177 pp.), evangelist Benny Hinn gives his readers a warm and intimate, autobiographical glimpse into his life from early childhood as an ostracized stutterer in the Gaza Strip city of Jaffa, where his father was the mayor, up to and beyond his Greek Orthodox families' emigration to Toronto, Canada in July of 1968 when he was fifteen years of age.
We learn of his mother's petition to God for a son, and her dedication of her yet unborn son to God for his purpose--even before his birth. Hinn describes his vision of Jesus, experienced at the age of eleven, when Christ visited him in his bedroom. His dramatic dream-encounter with the "angel of the Lord" in February 1972 while still a senior in high school is also recounted as the experience that convinced him that God intended him to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ for the sake of the eternal salvation of the souls of humankind.
The Holy Spirit's activity in the world, and his activity in the lives of men, women, and children, is continually examined from both scriptural and personal vantage points. Many random Scripture references relevant to the Holy Spirit are cited and explained, though regrettably not indexed. Random, though careful, non-technical, attention is given to passages that highlight the Spirit's involvement in the lives of God's children from both Old and New Testament stories.
Hinn recounts the numerous ways in which the Holy Spirit has inspired, guided, comforted, and surprised him personally and in subsequent public ministry beginning with small meetings in Toronto eventually leading to the establishment of the Orlando Christian Center in Orlando, Florida.
GOOD MORNING, HOLY SPIRIT is a vibrant and easily read primer for the unfamiliar and uninitiated Christian who is seeking answers on the subject of the often misunderstood, though omnipresent, third person of the Holy Trinity. It is suitable reading for all ages.
"Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus adreit." (Bidden or not bidden, God [the Holy Spirit] is present.)
If you can put up with Hinn's style....he has boatloads of anointing and revelation. He is truly a great man of God...he is just often hard to take in large doses.
God has worked through this man to heal many....and to speak Gods Rhema word to many. I recomend with the reservation that you realize that his style is not for everyone.
Good Morning, Holy Spirit Oct 18, 2005
This was an amazing read; as a relatively new Christian with a religious background opposed to a relationship one with God, I found this book just the ticket. This book taught me so much; Benny Hinn has a wonderful annointing - whatever others believe no one could have established such a strong ministry by his own hands - this is most definetly the work of the Holy Spirit. Enjoy - I have found this book such a blessing I can't stop ordering copies for friends who haven't yet had the opportunity! God Bless x
Excellent book Aug 1, 2005
This is an outstanding book. Benny Hinn's ministry has done nothing but help the Body of Christ. If you choose to hate him, then keep your ungodly thoughts to yourself. Benny Hinn is not perfect and neither are you. Jesus was persecuted for healing the sick in His day and Benny Hinn is condemned today by modern day Pharisees for doing the same. Should we expect anything different? Jesus said that we would experience persecution.
Thank you Brother Benny for taking the Good News to a sinful, angry, sick, poor, and defeated world.
Good Night, Phony Prince! Jun 18, 2005
So my son Steele and his wife Sue, with the best of intentions, bring this book to me one Christmas, after they endured a long journey of a night filled with Holiday Sattiva and Orange Sunshine Tea. Filled with the holy spirit, they caroused the streets of Northridge and Reseda, allowing their sixth senses to guide them into Hollywood to find this gift: "Good Morning, Holy Spirit," by Benny Hinn!
It winds up Steele and Sue were so one-dimensionally enamored in their religious experience that when they found this book in Hollywood at 1 AM, they thought it read "Good Morning, Starshine," by Benny Hill and The Cast of "Hair." They envisioned a Paradise in which the spirit of Britain's late comic genius chased cute go-go girls through meadows and grassy knolls to the tune of "Yakety-Sax!" Beautiful as that vision is ---and I believe we can attain it--- it was not covered in these pages.
Steele and Sue, along with my wolfpack of Físico Nuclear, Hermester Barrington, Reverend Antone T. Rippére and Vandál Drummónd, spilled through my hotel room door and fell into my cell, all upon a Christmas Eve. We ate and drank ourselves merry, and entertained ourselves with the box that once contained a "He-Man and The Masters of the Universe" toy castle.
Chapter 1, "Can I Really Know You?" displays the lunatico prophesies this preacher possesses. He speaks of the day the Holy Spirit enters his room, and that he was "As real as the book you are holding in your hand is to you." Oh kid, WHERE do you get these lines?
His awakening is misguided, as proven two paragraphs later: "It seemed that my room had been lifted into the hemisphere of Heaven." In other words, he loses his mind by the mistaken translation of his experience: It did not SEEM that his room had been lifted, his room DID levitate and, through the guidance of Lord Krishna and Principé Elefante, he astral-projected through time, twilight, sobbed upon the Tree of Woe, and even entered the Poppy held by Prince Gautama Buddha. Benny Hinn almost achieved enlightenment, ready to hypnotize and pacify entire troops of ill-willed Kthulunian Troops whose anger spilled over when the Rainbow Wasn't Enough!
But Hinn played The Fool, and did not recognize the spirit before him, the spirit that graced Great Gama with Wrestling Brilliance, the Spirit that grew fresh Fogfruit in the arid regions of The Allen Hotel! No, Hinn misinterpreted the Indú Bliss before him, and instead was plastered with visions of Solony's crazy uncle running nude down the streets of San Fernando, surrounded by the blaring sirens of police and firemen that chased him down! The Horror! The Horror!
Fortunately, this book turned into a winged creature and flew out my Hotel Room window, and Steele lit up a comforting wonderful Christmas Tree; then did the right hemisphere of the brain short circuit the left hemisphere, the left hemisphere short-circuited the right hemisphere and BING!
We were there! Enlightenment achieved! I'm telling you the truth!