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Overview When God's people send 'up' the incense of prayer and worship, God will send 'down' supernatural power, anointing, and acts of intervention. Jim Goll paints a picture of prophetic clarity and urgency in this anointed work that sounds God's clarion call to His Church: This is the season for us to mount the walls with prayer and praise-and restore the lost art of intercession!
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Studio: Destiny Image Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.435 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1997
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 1560436972 ISBN13 9781560436973
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More About Jim Goll
Jim Goll, author of seven books, including Kneeling on the Promises, is founder and director of Ministry to the Nations, a prophetic teaching and intercessory ministry. He is part of the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders with Dr. C. Peter Wagner, an instructor with the Wagner Leadership Institute, and a contributing editor to Kairos magazine. Goll lives in Franklin, Tennessee.
Jim W. Goll currently resides in Franklin Antioch, in the state of Tennessee.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Lost Art of Intercession?
Great Book on Prayer With A Chrismatic Slant To It Apr 15, 2006
Despite the fact that Jim Goll and I probably disagree over much of his charismatic theology, I found this book on intercessory prayer to be a good read. Goll uses church history particularly with the Movarians in Germany to show the power of believers coming together to pray. It is a true eye-opener to see just how far the modern Church has turned away from her secret to power and this is prayer. The book is quite easy to read and Goll does a good job of not overwhelming you in each chapter. He leads the story of the Movarians (and others) along with Scripture in each chapter to point the disciple to a deeper prayer life.
Overall, despite Goll's charismatic theology and term usage, I found this book to be a good read and a faith builder on prayer.
Excellent Mar 15, 2006
This is a very well written, informative and inspiring book and will be helpful to anyone desiring more from their prayer life and to draw closer to God.
Seeking God Mar 12, 2006
This book really opened my eyes to the power of prayer and our need to really seek God. He desires to do more with and through us than we realize. I was not familiar with the Movarians and their 100 year continous prayer, 24/7. Their dedication sent out missionaries all over the world. Powerful book. The greatest weapon of spiritual warfare is the brillance of God's Presence. Have you spent time in His Presence? We don't know until we spend time knowing Him. You will be glad that you read this book. I carry it with me all of the time.
Key pieces of church history brought to life in our day. Aug 20, 2002
This is a key book for our day as it will inform our generation of what happened with the Moravians & Count Zinzendorf, but not only what happened, but why. Jim Goll has the ability to see & hear from the heavenly perspective, and bring the past into the future. You will learn in this book that dry bones can live again.
Call to the "Watch of the Lord"!! Apr 28, 1999
Do you desire to come closer to God's heart as you pray? Do you hunger for His answers but somehow feel you are missing the mark? God is waiting.
The Lost Art of Intercession will show you how prayer--sent up as incense to Heaven--releases God's power down upon us. Jim Goll intimately shares how God has responded to his own prayers--angelic visits to his family; visions giving life-changing direction; and all-encompassing transportation into the Lord's Presence.
See how our prayers go beyond our own lives to "affect the destiny of individuals and nations." Share in Jim Goll's amazement as he climbs the winding steps of the ancient stone watchtower of the Moravians who--200 years ago in the village of Herrnhut, Germany--"kept" a continuous 100-year prayer vigil. "As we prayed, agonized, and groaned under the obvious influence of the Holy Spirit, a strong wind suddenly blew about the tower where we were standing, whipping away hats and scarves in its power."
You will be inspired to help restore this lost art--to keep the Watch of the Lord today-- not only for yourself, your family, but also for the world!