Item description for How You Can Be Led By Spirit Of God (Legacy Ed) by kenneth e hagin...
Overview How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God. God's Word assures us that we can be led by the Spirit of God. In this book, guidance is studied from the viewpoint of fleeces, the conscience, the inward witness, prophecy, and visions. Learn how you can train your human spirit to become a reliable guide. This expanded Legacy Edition has much new material.
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Studio: Faith Library Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2008
Publisher Faith Library Publicat/Hagin
Edition Legacy, Expande
ISBN 0892765410 ISBN13 9780892765416
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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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You might want to know Mar 22, 2010
This book is basically the same book that Kenneth E Hagin wrote several years ago, but has now been edited by his son. It's still a great resource, but you might want to know it has been edited.
HOW TO BE LEAD BY THE SPIRIT OF GOD Feb 6, 2010
The book arrived quickly, in great condition even though it was listed as used, would purchase from this supplier again.
Praise the LORD Feb 13, 2009
I am verry thankful for this site they helpe me where none else could. This inspirational book by Rev. kenneth hagin (How you can be led by the spirit of God) " I am a spirit being, I have a soul and I live in a body" this book shows us that we are more than flesh and bone, that we are the spirit from God. Gen-2:7 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground,and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life;and man became a living soul.
Feed your spirit man Aug 27, 2008
As a young growing in my relationship with God, I always love spending time with older saints, men and women of God who have walked in this world with yielded to the Holy Spirit and can testify to His love, faithfulness, and power. I love talking to them about their lives and hearing the testimonies they have. I looked into this book because Kenneth E. Hagin was a mentor in the life of one of one of the men who now is mentor me in my walk with Christ. When I read the book, it felt less like a one-way reading experience and more like a two way dialog between myself and Rev. Hagin. His knowledge of the Word of God is awesome and his boldness is very appealing in a world were many teachers and preachers are not willing to stand up for what the Word says. If you are interested in feeding your spirit on the Word and learning about the role of the Holy Spirit in a born again believers life, about your partnership with Him in sharing the love and power of Christ with the world, i would recommend this book.
Believe it and receive it! Aug 9, 2008
Some will say that Jesus Christ was a sound moral teacher and should be admired, but that he should not be worshiped as God. However, how admirable could one be who falsely claims to be God? Someone who claims to be God is either God or a megalomaniac. There simply is no middle ground. One might be faced with a similar question with regard to Kenneth Hagin. While he certainly does not claim to be God, that which he does claim would present realities of absolute truth, blatant falsity, or severe misunderstanding and misinterpretation. This question might be best approached by considering Hagin's work and message, like How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God, in relation to an accepted standard like the Bible.
For many readers the first difficulty might stem from Hagin's open vision that occurred in which Jesus entered Hagin's room and sat beside him to engage in active dialog. Who has the authority to say that this did or did not occur; who will claim that God is incapable of the supernatural? Being that this authority does not belong to man, the truth of these remarkable claims, along with many others recorded by the author, should be discerned by the message the Lord is said to have conveyed in this and other experiences. This, however, is where the first difficulty arises for the individual wishing to understand the reality of these claims. In claiming that the message came directly from the mouth of God, Hagin performs what is referred to as an appeal to authority. That is, placing the reader in a position by which they must ask themselves if they dare to question the authority of God's specific message. This becomes more problematic when the message conveyed by God, in this instance, is that of abandoning the mind (or soul) and responding instead to the "velvety-like feeling in your spirit" because "that's the green light". For the believing Christian this initial difficulty is somewhat resolved when Hagin continues on to say that the spirit in man is only a proper indicator after it has been judged and educated by the word. The inquirer, then, is lead to apply these remarkable experiences to the entirety of Hagin's message based upon such experiences.
Hagin preaches man's necessity to rely upon the Holy Spirit throughout, and he does so very powerfully. Unfortunately this message appears to breakdown when other philosophies that have been, and still are, popular throughout the word begin to seep in through the seams. Hagin proclaims what has been referred to, in the Christian context, as a believe it and receive it ministry. Outside of its application to the Christian faith this philosophy is referred to as the power of positive thought and has been highlighted in popular works such as The Secret. In either situation it represents the power of the human will, except Hagin claims that it is not willpower because he believes that God will present the means to his desired ends. Be it health or wealth, Hagin proclaims that if one is spiritually in touch with God and has been properly educated then one will, essentially, receive anything one desires. If one fails to receive it, Hagin would say that one did not believe earnestly enough or had not listened to their spirit when it called. The reality of Hagin's fallacy becomes very apparent when he bases this belief upon direct quotes from scripture and challenges God by stating "If You didn't lie about it, I am coming off this bed, because I can believe what You said I can believe." Beyond what Jesus says about testing God in Matthew 4:7, Hagin also chooses to ignore the reality that Jesus himself asked in Gethsemane that this cup shall pass and that, luckily, that cup did not pass because, as Jesus knew and stated, his request was contingent upon the Father's will. To most, this might appear as though Hagin is unconcerned about the will of God because Hagin has let God know that He would be lying if He did not let him believe what he wanted to believe and, therefore, give him what he wanted.
Hagin's sentiment that he should be given whatever he believes God will give him derails the remainder of his message as it is peppered with ideas that God would not allow suffering and tribulation to befall a believer who believes enough and prays properly. This message also carries over into the idea that God desires monetary wealth for those who desire it and consult God about how to receive it. These themes of Hagin's are seemingly contrary to passages such as Romans 5:1-5 and Philippians 3:17-20, among many others. That which is so dangerous about Hagin's message is that he does support his claims with scripture in whatever context he wishes to apply it to justify his position or opinion and his message does sound desirable. However, it is only partially a Christian message and, therefore, more dangerous than a message evidently not Christian. If one desires a life on earth for as long as possible and the riches and pleasures of this world, they might want to read The Secret, because at least then the reader might not confuse it with Christian literature.