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The Call Paperback – January 31, 2006
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Here is how the book has changed me...
1. It exposed many flaws in my Christian walk, a supposedly mature believer.
2. It radically increased my confidence and faith in God.
3. It shot to pieces my faith in man and myself.
4. It gave me a sobering look at who the enemy is, and what are his tactics.
5. It gave me a perspective of the biblical truths that I couldn't find anywhere else.
And has filled in many of the missing pieces or our Christian Faith. Now everything fits together and I have a new overall view of who God is, and His wonderful creation.
I've came to the conclusion that without reading this book, many people will be unprepared for the things that are coming. A must read for the mature Christian.
Robert Brownell, Redmond WA 98052 425 558 7928
Also recommended: The Harvest and The Final Call -- both by Rick Joyner
Others may wage in on the theological and doctrinal debates - whether these writings are inspired or misleading. I am personally satisfied with it's consistency and alignment with the scriptures (note: my personal opinion - so not open to debate). Each person must judge for themselves and weigh up from their own understanding of the scriptures and the nature and character of God.
As for me - it is one of the most inspired works I have ever encountered. If an angel had descended from heaven and placed the book in my own hands - it wouldn't have added any more to the great encouragement that I have received through reading Rick Joyner's writings. As it turns out the angel delivered the book via Kindle - which works fine for me :-)
But while I think there is something to that impression, it is only an impression, only subjective. There are objective reasons, though, for a reader who practices biblical discernment to question the things Joyner has written in this book.
One is found in the Introduction, where Joyner writes, "Never are we told that prophecy is infallible, which is why we must judge prophecy" (p 22); however, Deuteronomy 18 says otherwise, "21 And if you say in your heart, `How may we know the word that the LORD has not spoken?'-- 22 when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him."
In chapter 1, Wisdom, some kind of personification of Jesus, speaks against examining oneself. "You began to look at yourself. This will always bring confusion, making it harder for you to hear Me...You must learn to abide in My presence without becoming self-conscious and self-absorbed...Read more ›
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