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by Jim Bakker


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Then it was Jim’s book written with the help of Ken Abraham, The Refuge: A Look into the Future and the Power of Living in a Christian Community (Thomas Nelson, 2000).

Then it was Jim’s book written with the help of Ken Abraham, The Refuge: A Look into the Future and the Power of Living in a Christian Community (Thomas Nelson, 2000). Albert is a law professor at Drake University.

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Good book showing a situation of what if everyting around us colapsed what would . We survived this great tragedy as a community by working closely together.

Although I am not a fan of Jim Bakker, I read the book with high expectations. The basis of the book was reasonable and certainly understandable in today's world. That being said, It all could have been said in a pamphlet. So I speak from experience and know that God can bring hope and deliverance from tragedy. As the Church we must come together; we need to be ready and prepared get others ready for the great evacuation - the return of Jesus Christ.

The book, The Harbinger, was released on the Jim Bakker Show on January 2, 2012 (Pastor Jim’s birthday!) and has been on the New York Times bestseller list for 40 consecutive weeks, selling over 800,000 copies! It is an End-Time wake-up call to the nation to turn back to God. It ha. . It has now been nominated for the most prestigious award in America. Be sure to tune in as Rabbi Cahn and Pastor Jim continue these discussions this week. We will be broadcasting on the live web stream at 11 .

Convinced that many Christians are already experiencing tough times, Jim Bakker offers hope to believers, showing .

Convinced that many Christians are already experiencing tough times, Jim Bakker offers hope to believers, showing how to make it through the dark nights and difficult days ahead. Security will not be in money or materialism; it will be in Christ and His family, working to overcome the obstacles in life. Drawing upon lessons he learned the hard way, Bakker encourages Christians to gather together in one accord, to bear one another's burdens, to open our hearts to a fresh outpouring of God's supernatural presence in our midst. His call for "first-century Christianity" in the.

Convinced that many Christians are already experiencing tough times, Jim Bakker offers hope to believers, showing how to make it through the dark nights and difficult days ahead

Convinced that many Christians are already experiencing tough times, Jim Bakker offers hope to believers, showing how to make it through the dark nights and difficult days ahead.

Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. ISBN 978-0-7852-6987-8, and, in 2000, he published The Refuge: The Joy of Christian Community in a Torn-Apart World.

Of course every community has its entrenched problems, of which the opioid and addiction crisis is the most acute and racial injustice is the most intractable. Any view of this nation, at any point, will include the tragic and the inspiring. But the underappreciated and potentially useful news of this moment is the extent of locally based renewal and experimentation, directed at many of the same challenges that now seem practically hopeless from a national perspective. That is the theme we hope to explore here.

An impassioned call to Christians to band together to support one another emotionally and spiritually discusses how to keep one's faith in the midst of despair and how to place trust in the salvation offered by Christ and his community.

Comments: (7)

Kazijora
We may some day all have to dwell in community to get through what is coming.
Perdana
good book. recommend for the preppers out there for end of the world.
Yozshujinn
Good plan for the end times.
Cozius
It was as expected.
Joony
In todays economy we as a church need to work together to help each other as well as those around us. Good book showing a situation of what if everyting around us colapsed what would we do? How would be act?
romrom
Great book!
Zolorn
Although I am not a fan of Jim Bakker, I read the book with high expectations. The basis of the book was reasonable and certainly understandable in today's world. That being said, It all could have been said in a pamphlet. It got reduntant after the first few chapters.
Normally I would not have picked up this book, but I after reading about John Bevere's encounter with Pastor Bakker in prison(Fear Of The Lord by John Bevere), I gave it a try after purchasing it in a local thrift store. I was pleasantly surprised and inspired by it. As I read this book it confirmed many of the scriptures I am currently studying and the message that is being taught in the church that I am apart of. As a survivor of Hurricane Katrina and Rita, I know how everything can change in one day. Mount Up! by Pastor Willie L. Monnet Sr. is mine and many others' story of how one church survived Hurricanes Katrina and Rita together. We survived this great tragedy as a community by working closely together. So I speak from experience and know that God can bring hope and deliverance from tragedy. As the Church we must come together; we need to be ready and prepared get others ready for the great evacuation - the return of Jesus Christ. I believe that "The Refuge" is a timely and God inspired message. Study the Word of God in spirit and in truth and this book will confirm what the Spirit of God is saying to the Church.
The Refuge: A Look into the Future and the Power of Living in a Christian Community download epub
Christian Living
Author: Jim Bakker
ISBN: 0785274596
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Christian Living
Language: English
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc (May 1, 2000)
Pages: 246 pages