If you were attending a play or baseball game, it would be perfectly acceptable for you to clap. But when it comes to worshipping the Lord, clapping is neither praise nor worship. Clapping is applause.
When God’s people praise Him, God does something—that’s when His power is manifested and the enemy is defeated in people’s lives! Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin’s book, Greater Glory, clearly explains why it’s so important for us to understand when it is appropriate to clap and when we should praise God. When we learn to praise and worship the Lord in the right way, we will experience a deeper move of the Holy Spirit in our midst and move into God’s greater glory!
This definitive book will help you understand: The importance of reverencing the Presence of God in your midst. Why praise is an expression of your faith. How to flow with the Holy Spirit in true praise and worship. Why it’s necessary to give ‘equal time’ to prayer and praise. Why praising God creates an atmosphere for the Holy Spirit to work in!
|Publisher:||Faith Library Publications|
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About the Author
Kenneth E. Hagin ministered for almost 70 years after God miraculously healed him of a deformed heart and an incurable blood disease at the age of 17. Even though Rev. Hagin went home to be with the Lord in 2003, the ministry he founded continues to bless multitudes around the globe.
Kenneth Hagin Ministries’ outreaches include The Word of Faith, a free magazine; Rhema Bible Training College; Rhema Alumni Association; Rhema Ministerial Association International; Rhema Correspondence Bible School; and the Rhema Prison Ministry. Rev. Hagin’s son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth W. and Lynette Hagin, co-host Rhema Praise, a weekly television broadcast; Rhema for Today, a weekday radio program; and Living Faith Crusades held around the world.