The Power of the Spirit
by William Law
This is a new edition of The Power of the Spirit, written in the 18th century by the esteemed English cleric, William Law, and prepared by Dave Hunt for a contemporary readership.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Christian Literature Crusade
(first published February 1st 1977)
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Hard read....need to engage with...Will read again. Challenging book. Christian life without the Holy Spirit is ineffective and dead. Life in the Holy Spirit is peace and joy and fruit producing, so alive. It is a life surrendered, so the life of Christ can be lived and seen.
Apr 09, 2009 Encouragement rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone who is wondering what the church is missing today
The nice thing about this book is: you don't have to read this book with your head, indeed more than that: it is in fact impossible. If you do so, you will miss the message. Only Spirit of God Himself can reveal Himself. You cannot read about Him to know Him. This book does not only talk about the power of the Spirit, it shows it clearly. You'll read not mere words but taste the Life the book talks about. William shows that we have a serious problem in our church. Although his name Law suggests...more