Let the Spirit live inside you!
Are you hungry for an encounter with Jesus? Do you want to make an impact on the world? In this power-packed book, Bill Johnson discusses how you can be a person who hosts the Presence of God. Though all believers obviously have the Spirit of God within them, there is more that enables you to be so full that you overflow his Spirit into your world. Take a journey and meet many great prophets and kings from the Old Testament who were known as people of the Presence - people who, in Johnson's words, "God wanted to be with". In this succinct and powerful book, Johnson encourages you toward a pursuit of the Presence of God above all else. In this book, you will discover:
How to pay attention to the Holy Spirit and respond to him.
How the Holy Spirit manifests himself.
Biblical figures who were hungry for more of God's Spirit and learned to host him.
Stories of Presence-filled revivalists and personal encounters with the Presence!
Bill Johnson writes: "We are enabled to partner with the Kingdom of Heaven and see it released here on earth! The Presence of God within us will bring reformation to the world around us - encountering a loving God!" Host more of him today!
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Yes I would. This book is very in depth with biblical principals that really draw you into the presence of God. It is very practical.
I loved it all
not sure that there is anything that he brought to the book that I would not have picked up on just reading it.
It gave me a deeper insight to carrying the presence of God
- Jennifer Pelton "God's girl"
Full of Mispronunciations
The book did not have a lot of content to it, it seemed to just restate the same message in several different ways. The message was also shallow and not very well established. A lot of proof-texting without really backing up the author's claim.
Being a non-fiction book there was not a story to speak of.
The narration was not very good, the narrator keep mispronouncing words. Several times he referred to the Book of Revelation as Revelations. There were other things as well but that one stuck out because it happened several times.
I would not really suggest this book.
- Jesse T. Alexander IV