Item description for He Gave Gifts Unto Men by kenneth e hagin...
Overview He Gave Gifts Unto Men - Drawing from a revelation received in a 1987 visitation from the Lord Jesus Christ, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin takes a scriptural look at the offices of the apostle, prophet, and pastor in the early church and as they function in the body of Christ today.
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Studio: Faith Library Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Aug 31, 1992
Publisher HAGIN MINISTRIES #28
ISBN 0892765178 ISBN13 9780892765171
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More About kenneth e hagin
The ministry of Kenneth E. Hagin has spanned more than 60 years since God miraculously healed him of a deformed heart and incurable blood disease at the age of 17. Today the scope of Kenneth Hagin Ministries is worldwide. The ministry's radio program, "Faith Seminar of the Air", is heard coast to coast in the U. S. and reaches more than 100 nations. Other outreaches include: The Word of Faith, a free monthly magazine; crusades, conducted nationwide; RHEMA Correspondence Bible School; RHEMA Bible Training Center; RHEMA Alumni Association International; and a prison ministry.
Kenneth E. Hagin was born in 1917.
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Five-fold ministry according to Jesus Dec 30, 2004
This is a must-have to understand five-fold ministry in the eyes of Jesus: Hagin based this book mostly on the visions he received from Jesus in which the Lord taught about the five-fold ministry. (Another Hagin must-read is "I believe in visions"!)
I have a much clear perspective on the offices (and designation) of apostle, prophet, and pastors in present days.
And more than anything else, whatever callings we might have, it must be based on the Word. I feel this is the most profound lesson I have learned by reading this great book.
There is also a story about the warning to Bro. Branham, if you know who he was.
Another Hagin book, "The Ministry Gifts: Thirteen Lessons (Spiritual Growth Series)", lists all the supporting verses in each category. I have found it quite useful.