Awakening The Slumbering Spirit: Move from Lukewarm to Red-Hot by Recapturing the Life God Wants for You Paperback – Sep 10 2008
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John and Paula Sandford are the founders of Elijah House and are well known around the world for their writing in the areas of family living, inner healing, prophecy, social concerns, human behavior, and theology.
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In this book, he takes us into a detailed journey of what he calls the Slumbering Spirit. He coined this phrase after encountering people who seemed to have a bi-polar walk with God or who just didn't seem to respond to what works for most in encountering God. He says that God taught him the concept of the slumbering spirit and that through faith and repententance, you can awaken the slumbering spirit to new life.
When I say faith and repentance, let me be clear that without Jesus in this process, there's no healing. Nada. None. So John's prayers are not like a pagan spell that if you say it right, you'll get the results. No, John merely points the way to the kind of heart-generated prayers that anyone who believes they need to go deeper in healing can use to move closer to God, closer to His healing, and closer to what God has already promised us in terms of life, healing, and deliverance.
I enjoyed John's review of the spiritual gifts and his distinctions on the fruit of the spirit. I've known people who had many spiritual gifts yet had grossly underdeveloped characters. That's because gifts are gifts; they're not earned or a reward for being a good boy. They're given to those who desire them. Whereas the fruit of the spirit truly is the fruit that comes from honoring the spirit, walking in the spirit, and truly allowing the Word of God to live in them.
The prayers and insights found in this book are great for either pastors, prayer counselors, or anyone who wants more of God, less of themselves, and to find a greater freedom in Christ.
It was confronting for me, and showed me areas I need to work on.
As a real introspective, discovery book, I was extremely pleased with it.
If you are struggling in areas of your walk with God, This is definately a help.
It is a very good book. Well worth reading.