Power from God

Power from God

by Charles Finney
     
 
His words seemed to fasten like arrows in the souls of men. They cut like a sword. Like the power of a hammer, they broke down strongholds. Multitudes experienced this power. Often, just a look or a single sentence would bring conviction and result in an almost immediate conversion to Christ. This was the life and ministry of Charles Finney, the life of a Christian

Overview

His words seemed to fasten like arrows in the souls of men. They cut like a sword. Like the power of a hammer, they broke down strongholds. Multitudes experienced this power. Often, just a look or a single sentence would bring conviction and result in an almost immediate conversion to Christ. This was the life and ministry of Charles Finney, the life of a Christian filled with power from on high.God's power enables us to move past our own insecurities and weaknesses and accomplish great thing in the kingdom of God.With this outpouring, Christians of all ages and circumstances have found...* The power to enthusiastically proclaim the Gospel* The gift of understanding God's truths* The ability to teach God's Word* The strength to obey Christ, no matter what* The power of a holy lifeGod promises to pour out His Spirit and power on us. Open your heart to God and receive a fresh anointing that will transform your life, your community, and the world.Walk in the power of God!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780883686317
Publisher:
Whitaker House
Publication date:
10/30/2000
Pages:
124
Sales rank:
800,189
Product dimensions:
0.29(w) x 5.50(h) x 8.50(d)

Meet the Author

Born in Connecticut in 1792, Finney was nearly thirty years of age before he turned from his skepticism regarding Christianity and wholeheartedly embraced the Bible as the true Word of God. He gave up his law profession in order to spread the Gospel and soon became the most noteworthy revivalist of the nineteenth century Second Great Awakening. In 1835, upon the request of Arthur Tappan, Finney established the theology department at Oberlin Collegiate Institute (today known as Oberlin College). He served there as a professor of theology as well as pastor of Oberlin's First Congregational Church until a few years before his death. In August of 1875, Finney died in Oberlin following a heart ailment.

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