War On the Saints *UNABRIDGED* - (Formatted & Optimized for Nook)

War On the Saints *UNABRIDGED* - (Formatted & Optimized for Nook)

by Jessie Penn-Lewis, Evan Roberts
     
 
This ground-breaking work is by authors who learned from the excesses of the Great Welsh Revival of 1904. The book's premise is that there are counterfeit spiritual manifestations as well as godly, and that the Christian can be deceived, affected and manipulated by demons. This book is thus on spiritual discernment, spiritual warfare, spiritual gifts and revival.

Overview

This ground-breaking work is by authors who learned from the excesses of the Great Welsh Revival of 1904. The book's premise is that there are counterfeit spiritual manifestations as well as godly, and that the Christian can be deceived, affected and manipulated by demons. This book is thus on spiritual discernment, spiritual warfare, spiritual gifts and revival.

A timely book to guide believers in discerning the authentic from the counterfeit in revivals like Brownsville, Toronto, and Lakeland.

This is based on the unabridged 1912 edition with appendices.
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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012598547
Publisher:
Classic Century Works
Publication date:
05/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
109 KB

Meet the Author

Jessie Penn-Lewis (1861-1927) was a Welsh evangelical speaker and author of a number of Christian evangelical works. Her father was a Calvinist Methodist minister. She was married to William Penn-Lewis. She was involved in the 1904-1905 Welsh Revival, one of the largest Christian revivals ever to break out, although the revival was abruptly shortened with the mental and physical collapse of one of the leaders, Evan Roberts.[1] Penn-Lewis traveled internationally to take her message to audiences in Russia, Scandinavia, Canada, the U.S., and India. She is a controversial figure among Christians today due to the nature of her writings.
Penn-Lewis was close to Evan Roberts and there is some controversy associated with her influence over him. After the breakdown by Roberts cut the revival short, he stayed with the Penn-Lewis's for a couple of years, but never fully recovered. Ultimately, Penn-Lewis declared the failure of the Welsh Revival to be the work of Satan. Penn-Lewis, along with Roberts, wrote a work on spiritual warfare called War on the Saints, which purports to show the work of demons on Christians, the theme for which Penn-Lewis is most known.
Penn-Lewis was influenced by the reformed South African writer Andrew Murray among others, and her books contain quotes from him and references to his works. Frank Buchman credits Penn-Lewis with helping him to turn his life around from depression when he heard her speak at a Keswick Convention.[2] Buchman was the founder of the Oxford Group.

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