Fuego Vivo Viento Fresco – (Spanish)


The times are urgent, God is on the move, now is the moment to ask God to ignite his fire in your soul!

Jim Cymbala believes that Jesus wants nothing more than to renew and revive his people to call us back from spiritual dead ends that lead only to apathy and lukewarm religion.

As pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, one of America’s most remarkable churches, he knows firsthand the transforming power of God’s love – strong enough to convert prostitutes, pimps, drug addicts, homeless people, and transvestites. Strong enough to draw professional men and women, blacks, whites, and Hispanics together in worship. Strong enough to rekindle our own dull hearts and flagging spirits.

Twenty-five years ago, the Brooklyn Tabernacle could barely draw twenty people to a Sunday service. Today it is six thousand strong, a testament of what God can do when men and women begin to pour out their hearts to God.

The story of what has happened to a broken-down church in one of America’s meanest neighborhoods points the way to a new spiritual vitality in the church and in your own life. But don’t look in this book for faddish techniques – you wont’ find them. And while the Tabernacle today has an interracial membership and world-renowned choir, don’t look for an emphasis on cross culturalism, numbers, or well-orchestrates worship music.

Instead look for what God can do when a handful of people humble themselves and take the Gospel seriously. When believers turn to their last and only recourse – their knees – and discover there the life-changing reality of the Holy Spirit.

Whether you’re a pastor or a layperson, if you’re hungry for more of God, this book will break your heart and restore your passion.

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SKU (ISBN): 9780829706215
ISBN10: 0829706216
Language: Spanish
Jim Cymbala | Dean Merrill
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: December 1998
Publisher: Editorial Vida

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