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5.0 out of 5 stars This will transform your thinking of the Holy Spirit
No matter what your thoughts about the author, this is a must for the development of christian life. Benny Hinn speaks honestly about his childhood and allows the reader into some of the most spiritually intimate times he has had. With a review of Kathryn Kuhlmans ministry being included, the author gentley develops the importance of living life with the Holy Spirit...
Published on 6 Dec 1999

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1.0 out of 5 stars ***SWINDLER***
This man is a liar and a swindler, don't follow his teachings as they will draw you away from the Lord Jesus Christ.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars not to be trusted, 15 Dec 2011
Benny Hinn will count on people having short term memories. Though we may want to believe he is being truthful to his readers and listeners, anyone who checks into his real life ministry should become very weary. With nothing other than a 'sales pitch' to raise money, this Holy Spirit covered veneer can seem to very sincere but is in fact a counterfeit. Please do a little reading on the man and ministry before buying this or any Hinn book.
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21 of 34 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A remarkable story, pity it has no basis in Scripture., 25 May 2001
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Is sound teaching supported by Biblical truth what you are looking for? Are you seeking a life on which to model your Christian walk? If the answer to either question is . . . . . yes, then steer well clear of this book. This excursion into the literary world fills 177 pages and is an autobiographical testimony of Benny Hinn's life and experience from his formative years as a Christian to the date of writing. The focus being his introduction to, and deepening relationship with, the Holy Spirit. Whilst the book contains numerous scripture references from both Old and New Testaments, it becomes increasingly apparent that they are present only where they lend weight to Hinn's arguments. Old Testament accounts of the way the Spirit operated are used as a model for the believer, the Spirit comes and goes, anoints and removes His anointing. All designed to add weight to flawed arguments the reader is inextricably drawn into Hinn's world, where experience determines 'theology' and the reasoning is invariably a posteriori. The influence of Kathryn Kuhlman is a major factor on his experience and understanding of the Holy Spirit. His 'baptism in the Holy Spirit' is largely orthodox being accompanied by 'speaking in tongues'. This experience, for him at least, is insufficient and so he invents a theology; 'the anointing of the Holy Spirit'. All too often though the scriptures used to back up this teaching speak only about 'the baptism in the Holy Spirit'. The major thrust of the book is to present the Holy Sprit as a person. Nothing wrong with that in itself, but Hinn's 'Trinitarian theology' is all too often stretched to breaking point in order to prove his point. The Father and the Son are constantly 'located' away from the earth, thus allowing the Holy Spirit control over this domain. Some of the reasoning borders on the ludicrous: we have hands and feet, a heart and emotions and since we were created in God's image He too must have hands, feet, a heart and emotions, and so on. The book is riddled with such jargon, rhetoric and 'helpful' illustrations. Unfortunately, they all too often only serve to confuse the issue further. For example: the reason why Jesus didn't heal people was because the Father did not ask the Holy Spirit to request Jesus to do it. There are other astonishing and downright arrogant statements - His relationship with the Holy Spirit is like a parent and a child; only Hinn is the parent. The Holy Spirit begs him for just five more minutes of his company and God rubs his forehead to thank him for spending time in prayer. On one occasion he would have us believe he wept uncontrollably for more than three weeks. The book promises much which through close, though not too close inspection it fails to deliver. Having an experience does not necessarily make your theology sound. Any amount of Christian jargon and obscure illustrations will not make it sound. Lasting fruit comes when we start from the sure ground of the Word of God and proceed forward, rather than starting from an experience and attempting a find a meandering path back to the Word. Using scripture out of context and without application is also fruitless. The book will appeal to the masses of people who make a Christian life of attending conferences, healing rallies and the like, but for those seeking a daily walk with the Lord in humility and truth it's a no go. I gave the book one star since you can't give it zip.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Reading this book will change your life forever, 29 Nov 2000
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This was the first book by Benny Hinn and is autobiagraphical and gives his testimony. This book is suitable for christians of any age who will enjoy the powerful message and will not be able to put it down.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great insight about who the Holy Spirit is!!!, 7 Dec 2013
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After reading this book, i was left literally thirsty for more information on the Holy Spirit. I really want to experience his presence and learn to walk, talk and totally be aware of his presence. Many thanks for a great book!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Becoming a classic?, 2 July 2013
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Every time I re-read this book, I am encouraged in my spiritual walk. Forget the white suit and all that American stuff and be blessed by the truth contained in this easily read book.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A most interesting read, 29 May 2001
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An interesting autobiographical account of Benny Hinn who has enthralled millions with his message. This book details how he came by these revelations through the various life-changing experiences he has gone through. I found it difficult to follow in places, hence my star rating.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Morning Holy Spirit., 18 Jan 2013
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If you are a Spirit filled Christian, then this book is for you, even if you are not I would suggest to you , read it, Benny Hinn is a good teacher, and gives you details.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Enlightening, 9 Sep 2012
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This life story really helps us to understand The Trinity, (God The Father, God The Son who is Jesus Christ and God The Holy Spirit). This is life changing and a joy to read! Amazing book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good Morning, Holy Spirit, 26 Mar 2010
It is worth reading. Very uplifting and easy to read. I took the author's, Benny Hinn, advise regarding the Holy Spirit, and wow it really did work.

If you really want God to move in your life, read this book.
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