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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson; New edition edition (March 4, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785261265
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785261261
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,169 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Benny Hinn is the founder of the World Outreach Church in Orlando, Florida and the World Healing Center in Dallas, Texas. His daily television program, This is Your Day!, airs internationally, and millions attend his massive crusades each year held in every nation on earth. He has written several bestselling books, including Good Morning, Holy Spirit (over 1 million copies sold).

Customer Reviews

This book gives a great look at the person of the Holy Spirit.
Shawn Patrick Williams
So until the day comes when Benny can get a supersonic jetpack, this country boy will be donating to the good fight!
Navy Bean
Benny Hinn's personal story is amazing, and told quite simply in this book, beginning with his youth.
Deborah C. Davidson

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Colizzo on July 1, 2004
Format: Paperback
For some the name Benny Hinn may conjure up thoughts of swindlers and con-artists just waiting to take a buck. Many people who "hate" Benny Hinn will, if they're honest with themselves, admit that they have very little belief in any type of modern works of the Holy Spirit also. The book details the life and journey of a man that becomes mightily used of God. The book displays the awesome power of the Holy Spirit and how through the manifest presence of God lives are changed forever. If Benny Hinn is a swindler then he is a swindler mightliy used of God to bring millions of souls into the Father's kingdom.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Robin on March 15, 2007
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An excellent teaching on the precious person of the Holy Spirit, whom sadly many Christians do not know. They do not know that He was sent when Jesus left to continue the ministry through us here on the earth. For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are the sons of God. This book helps to understand His purpose, who He is, and how to develop a relationship with Him. I'd recommend it to anyone - believers and unbelievers.

For those who do not understand the vehemence of the reviews to this book, perhaps this will shed light on the darkness attached to the opinions. It is clear that it is not just a book that is being reviewed here. Just like in the ministry of Jesus on the earth or Paul, wherever the Spirit moves, there are passionate responses. Some accept Jesus and some of them are so passionate for Him they are willing to die for the Him (as did many of the first disciples). Then there is the religious group - they go on the attack, much like the Pharisees and Sadducees did. For those who have not read the Bible, this is the group that plotted the murder of Jesus. Those who have given themselves to a spirit other than the Holy Spirit have a similar response.

Where there is contention, there is every form of evil. Contention is the manifest presence of the devil. Peace is the manifest presence of God. So what is happening here is much like what happens whenever the presence of the Lord manifests with power on earth; He does so through His wonderful Holy Spirit. Praise His name. May you be richly blessed by Him.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By James L. Long on December 12, 2008
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I've not been a keen supporter of Benny Hinn, but have been pleasantly suprised that this is a real eye opener book. Don't use it for a technical theology of the Trinity, but a real help in finding a deeper connection to the Holy Spirit. The Spirit has been neglected in far more ways than in the absense of His giftings. He's been ignored, at least in my case, from a King James translation/interpretation problem. He would not "speak of himself" always rang in my ears, and in the writings of many non charismatics. So, if you hear people talking about the Spirit, you know it is not "of the Spirit," because "he would not speak of himself." WRONG--the passage clearly talks about the Spirit not speaking of His own initiative...exactly as Scripture speaks of Jesus. As Benny brings out, the Holy Spirit is vital to all of our Christian life. We need to develop our relationship with Him, who will in turn, lead us into a deeper relationship with the Son and the Father. It's ok to talk to Him, to praise Him, to love Him!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Devin W. Tarr on January 12, 2008
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Essentially the main point is that the Holy Spirit is a person, not merely some ethereal force. There are in fact many Bible verses to support this and I found this book of great help in my Christian walk - though I don't believe that it should fully substitute for learning the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit.

I would recommend it

Godbless!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dorothy Robinson on November 19, 2013
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Every real Christian needs to reads this book!!!!! I have been a Christian many years and have never heard from the pulpit the insight that I have learned about the Holy Spirit from reading this great book. You must read it !!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ashtar Command on May 8, 2010
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Benny Hinn is a well known charismatic preacher, loosely associated with the Word of Faith movement. This is a revised and updated edition of Hinn's bestselling "Good Morning, Holy Spirit". The book is part autobiography, part theology. Personally, I found the autobiographical parts to be the most interesting ones.

Hinn grew up in Jaffa in Israel, the son of a Greek father and an Armenian mother. He was nominally Greek Orthodox, but considered himself a Catholic, since his parents sent him to Catholic schools. When Hinn was a teenager, the family moved to Canada. There, Hinn eventually became a charismatic Christian, something which met with strong disapproval from his parents and brothers. In the book, Hinn mentions his struggle with the family, a number of religious visions he received (including visions of Jesus Christ), and a dramatic experience at a revivalist meeting featuring Kathryn Kuhlman. Hinn eventually managed to convert both his parents to the charismatic version of Christianity.

Frankly, I think Hinn should have expanded on this part of the book.

Instead, the rest of the book deals with the Holy Spirit from a more theological angle. It's obvious that Hinn isn't a trained theologian. Evangelical heresy-hunters will spot both tritheism and adoptionism in his formulations. (And no, I'm not saying that Hinn necessarily *is* a tritheist or adoptionist. But you could put that spin on it, if you wish.) Hinn also implies that both the Father and the Son have bodies, although not material ones. The Father has some kind of immaterial "form", and looks like a human when he chooses to appear in visions. This, too, will rub many theologians the wrong way, while perhaps being more in line with folk spirituality.
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