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Like fire in a wax museum, the Holy Spirit is melting false religion and the traditions of men and remolding the Church into a vessel fit for the challenges of the twenty-first century. From an Episcopal church in Florida to international ministry, this awe-inspiring story tells how the Holy Spirit caught a denominational church and its pastor by surprise during the Lakeland Revival. The fiery revival that is spreading around the globe today will challenge you, change you, and demand that you make new choices. This true account tells of both the joy and the persecution of genuine, Heaven-sent revival. It will make you hungry for a closer, more intimate walk with the Lord
Fire in the Wax Museum will cause you to examine the role of tradition and religion -- and make you hungry for a closer and more intimate walk with the Lord.
Hugh Williams read Modern History at Oxford before beginning his career in television with the BBC. He has specialised in history and current affairs programming and in the early 80s was responsible for introducing the famous BBC history programme Timewatch into the schedules. While Head of Broadcasting in Manchester he had the idea for and subsequently commissioned A.N. Wilson s series Eminent Victorians .