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Where are the fiery prophets of today - the piercing Revivalists of old? Why do we have "gold dust," feathers, "holy laughter" and Charismatic chaos, instead of weeping and deep repentance? In this book, Revival preacher Andrew Strom tells of what he saw and why he left the modern Prophetic movement after eleven years' involvement. And how the announcement of his leaving s ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 30th 2008 by RevivalSchool (first published October 5th 2007)
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Michael
Apr 16, 2008 rated it liked it
This book is more than an expose of the prophetic movement, it is also a hard hitting message to the entire Laodician Church today. I disagree with a couple of points, but mostly he is right on target. It is a lukewarm, money hungry people that heap up teachers who tell them what they want to hear, like "you can be rich."

Strom calls for a massive revival of truth, prayer, repentance, and calls for prophets to rise up who will call for the church to repent or face the judgment of God. He says tha
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