Miracle Workers, Reformers, and the New Mystics
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About "Miracle Workers, Reformers, and the New Mystics"
Miracle Workers, Reformers and the New Mystics contains more than 70 photos, illustrations, and biographies of men and women whose lives have demonstrated the phenomenal throughout the ages. Let their stories inspire you to join their ranks as part of this coming revival generation.
Meet the Author
John Crowder is an itinerate revivalist, ministering in churches, conferences and events worldwide. John is a writer and founder of Sons of Thunder Publications. He carries a vision for global revival, with a strong focus on prophetic, healing and miracle evangelism.
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Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things the wrath of God comes upon the sons of disobedience. Therefore do not be partakers with them; for you were formerly darkness, but now you are Light in the Lord; walk as children of Light (for the fruit of the Light consists in all goodness and righteousness and truth),trying to learn what is pleasing to the Lord. - Ephesians 5:6-10 This is simply not of God.
I have never read such a well researched, well thought out book as The New Mystics. Packed full of historical figures that, in a lot of cases, were forerunners and pioneers to church denominations that are now well known. Crowder traces church history right back to it's core foundations, giving us a clear image of how various streams in the church came about. I regularly refer to this book when looking at the lives of various men and women in church history such as Theresa of Avila, Charles Finney, John G. Lake etc. as it gives not only a starting point for research it is very interesting. Crowder is one of the most widely read and well studied men I know and I will not hesitate to recommend his books to anyone who is searching for 'true Christianity' and what it looks like. I believe The New Mystics gives us but a glimpse, a window into history if you will, into what 'true Christianity' has, in the past and present, looked like through the lives of the Saints.