Glory Rising: Walking in the Realm of Creative Miracles, Signs and Wonders

Glory Rising: Walking in the Realm of Creative Miracles, Signs and Wonders

by Jeff Jansen
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Glory Rising: Walking in the Realm of Creative Miracles, Signs and Wonders 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
richardblake More than 1 year ago
Demonstration of Signs, Wonders, and Creative Miracles "Glory Rising" is based on the premise that, "As spiritual beings we live our lives in a supernatural dimension on a stage before angels, demons, and the Lord of the universe." Revivalist Jeff Jansen maintains that spirit-filled children of God should cultivate lifestyles of faith, worship, and intimacy with God and that supernatural encounters are normal to the believer. Jansen writes to encourage Christians to be open and obedient to what God is doing today in igniting revival fires in the church. Jansen carefully builds a thorough foundation from the scriptures to establish his vision and conclusions. "Glory Rising" is an amazing exploration into experiencing a sense of God's presence. Jansen draws from the scriptures, his own personal experiences and the testimonies of highly respected revivalists from generations past and present. He is forthright in his presentation. He is an articulate communicator and a creative visionary. As with any instruction based on the scriptures, written or spoken, it is important for the listener or reader to prayerfully seek discernment and carefully study the content, context, and conclusions of the teaching. Jansen's writes with emblazed passion and evangelistic fervor. "Glory Rising" comes highly acclaimed by international leaders in the revival movement. His conclusions may be criticized by many Evangelical and denominational theologians and seminarians but will be highly valued as a resource for advocates of the Gospel of the Kingdom ministry with dynamic demonstrations of signs, wonders, and miracles today. As Reviewed for Midwest Book Review
Anonymous More than 1 year ago