Item description for The Fathers Blessing by James Arnott & John G. Arnott...
Overview Thousands of people have attended services at the Toronto Airport Vineyard, many experiencing unusual phenomena such as trembling, laughing, and even roaring. What is this "Toronto Blessing" that's attracting worldwide attention? Arnott, pastor of the church, uses candid discussion and personal testimonies to show why he's that the movement is truly an act of the Holy Spirit.
Publishers Description A wonderful outpouring of the Holy Spirit is happening at John Arnott's church in Toronto, Canada. You've probably heard about it as "the Toronto Blessing." Thankfully, it's not confined to Toronto, and here's your chance to experience it for yourself. With extraordinary fire-hand testimonies and sound biblical insight, John Arnott will speak to your heart and show how you can experience a fresh move of the Holy Spirit in your life.
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Studio: Charisma House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jul 23, 1996
Publisher Charisma House
ISBN 0884194043 ISBN13 9780884194040
Availability 0 units.
More About James Arnott & John G. Arnott
John Arnott and his wife, Carol, are the senior pastors of the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship, Toronto, Canada, the epicenter of "the Toronto blessing." Since January 1994, hundreds of thousands of people have visited the church's nightly meetings where they experienced powerful manifestations of the Holy Spirit. The revival has since spread around the world.
Reviews - What do customers think about Fathers Blessing?
Toronto Blessing Oct 1, 2002
I will be going to Toronto, this book has the anointing upon it. I don't need someone to tell me that it is of God, becuase it is anointed by the HOly Spirit, so now I will go to the Tonronto Church to get the anointing.
A good book explaining the Toronto revival Apr 19, 2000
This was a very good book referencing the personal experiences of the Toronto revival. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because I felt too much of the book was devoted to defending the movement to the skeptics. The thing that really struck me was how sincerely this book was written. The author showed great humility when relating these events. I only hope that the skeptics will read it and open up to the possibility that the Lord can work how ever He chooses. If you ask for a fish He won't give you a stone. Just believe and accept the outpouring of the Holy Spirit with graciousness. The lord isn't in he business of giving us great gifts that would cause us constantly ponder whether they were actually demonic in origin. The proof is in the fruit. I am still in awe of the sincerity of this book and know that this fruit is good.
Great Book! Dec 6, 1999
I think this book needs to be in the hands of every Christian. 'The Father's Blessing' contains many great teachings about the love of God which everyone needs.
This book lacks a sense of unity and flow in thought Sep 7, 1999
THe Ghost writer of this book would have done better to have sat down with the people of Toronto rather than have written it from sermon / video clips. This accounts lacks a sense of reality and doesn't reference people within the movement at the time. The author starts a chapter theme then bounces off into the bushes so to speak.
Local Questions details in book !!! Apr 6, 1999
After being in attendance at TCAF, it's difficult to believe some of the details reported. Some one has clearly stretched the facts or at least twisted the truth. This book is clearly dated and no longer reflects the Toronto Experience.