Hope for Every Moment: Inspirational Thoughts to Help You

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I am a charismatic believer that reads and depends on the Bible for illumination and guidance. In most respects, Montanists were orthodox. God told His people to come out of paganism and idolatry (II Cor 6:14-18). Speaking in tongues helps me give voice to emotions too difficult to express any other way. It is far easier for those weary of trying to grapple with these issues to dismiss them as the unspiritual hair-splitting of dry bone theologians and judgmental critics bent on their own agenda.

Pages: 392

Publisher: Destiny Image; Reprint edition (December 18, 2012)

ISBN: B00ARIFYUG

With God There Is Hope: Hope For Humanity

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It was in the year 1827, when the Believers had a brief revival, that the angel Moroni revealed to Joseph Smith the sacred plates of Moroni... The years during which "Mother Ann's Work' was most active coincided with the focal periods of both Fourierism and New England transcendentalism" (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 175) every one acts for himself...one will stand with his arms extended, acting over odd postures, which they call signs, another will be dancing, and some times hopping...another will be prostrate on the floor...nor was their public prayer or preaching. (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p28) power will take their hand, stretch it up, pull the other down, they interpret it - the hand up, is a sign of mercy, the hand down of judgment:" (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p30) Only True Church according to The Gospel of the Present Appearance of Christ, Oct. 9th, 1785. (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p65) Cane Ridge, near Paris, Elder Stone welcomed them (the Shakers) warmly and invited them to attend his next camp meeting. (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p74) "The revivalists had been foretelling the second coming of Christ; but He had already come to lead the Believers (Shakers), 'step by step in a spiritual travel, and separating farther and farther from the course of a corrupt and fallen nature,' until they should arrive at 'the perfect stature and measure of the sons of God.' (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p76) method of Bible interpretation. (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 98) Indian spirits, and later those of Eskimos, Negroes, Chinese, Abyssinians, Hottentots et cetera, into the bodies of the instruments reflected an eagerness, on the part of the believers, to share their light with those primitive peoples..." (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p169) "In the best part of their worship every one acts for himself...one will stand with his arms extended, acting over odd postures, which they call signs, another will be dancing, and some times hopping...another will be prostrate on the floor...nor was their public prayer or preaching." (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 28) "...the power will take their hand, stretch it up, pull the other down, they interpret it - the hand up, is a sign of mercy, the hand down of judgment:" (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 30) "A Concise Statement Of the Principles of the Only True Church according to The Gospel of the Present Appearance of Christ, Oct. 9th, 1785. (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 65) "Divine revelations were known as "gifts of God." (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 142) "Quaffing spiritual wine from 'bottles' fetched by instruments, they felt quite merry, and one medium struck up what was known as the 'fool-song,' during the singing of which, 'fool' was gathered, thrown, and caught, and all acted foolishly,' the Shaker scribe wrote of this incident, 'so that old stiff self conceit was pretty well worked up..." (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 165) "It was rumored that each Believer thought himself a Christ, that the Shakers consequently saw no need for Bibles, that they boasted they would never die." (The People Called the Shakers, Edward Deming Andrews, p 90) Among the most esteemed of Wesley's colleagues was John Fletcher (d. 1785), Vicar of Madeley in Shropshire CHRISTIANS HURTING CHRISTIANS - This Has To Stop!: Allowing the Lion of Judah to Teach us How to Love (The Art of Charismatic Christian Living Book 1).

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Definition of charismatic in English: 1Exercising a compelling charm which inspires devotion in others. ‘An inspirational teacher and leader, her charismatic personality has endeared her to generations of children as she encouraged the very best from each and every one of them.’ ‘Often, such people can be charming, even charismatic.’ ‘‘He had an aura about him, he was charismatic and he inspired you,’ he said.’ ‘Cantona was never one to berate or cajole teammates, but on the pitch or training ground he was a huge, charismatic figure who inspired fellow players.’ ‘That was the excessively charming, charismatic Catherine O'Connor.’ ‘She originally joins the group because of her attraction to its charismatic leader, Andi.’ ‘Keith is charming and very charismatic, but not reliable.’ ‘There is no other person in Scottish history who really compares to him as a multi-faceted warrior, leader and charismatic figure.’ ‘He is a very charismatic figure and a very good man, which is why his appeal is so widespread.’ ‘Perhaps the nation does now need a strong, charismatic and inspiring leader to help it make sense of all the uncertainty and seize the opportunity to make a statement of identity.’ 2Relating to the charismatic movement in the Christian Church. ‘St Thomas's is an evangelical, charismatic church, and, as such, believes that the Bible is God's word and direction for living.’ ‘He got started at 20, when his local charismatic Christian church told him he didn't have enough experience for conventional missions.’ ‘I plunged myself into a charismatic Baptist church, because I was seeking emotional and affective expression.’ ‘The Catholic Church, and evangelical and charismatic Protestant Churches are, likewise, targets of criticism.’ ‘The three uniting congregations were an Independent Holiness Church, a charismatic House Church, and a Brethren Assembly.’ ‘Devoid of the ceremony and liturgy associated with the Church of England, charismatic itinerants made a straightforward appeal.’ ‘Although she tried out different denominations when at university, and attended a charismatic church, her experiences of the Methodist church were narrow when she returned to it.’ ‘Her family are charismatic Christians, which means they stand up in church, clapping and singing.’ ‘The other day I received an email asking me how I would differentiate between evangelicals, fundamentalists, and charismatic Christians.’ ‘First, the fastest growing sectors of American Christianity were the charismatic, Pentecostal, and fundamentalist churches.’ 2.1(of a power or talent) divinely conferred. ‘In ancient Egypt, charismatic prophecy apparently was not commonplace, if it occurred at all, though institutional prophecy was of the greatest importance.’ ‘Practicing charismatic prophecy, many of Montanus's followers were women, who were allowed to teach, heal, and exorcise demons.’ 1An adherent of the charismatic movement. ‘Individual charismatics, even relative newcomers, easily surmised what was expected of them in the way of belief and conduct, and there was no shortage of cues to help them along.’ ‘It was not long before charismatic influences penetrated the Roman Catholic Church, and Catholic charismatics were embraced by other charismatics as bona fide brethren on the basis of a shared ‘spiritual’ experience.’ ‘But Reed enjoyed less success in constructing a broad-based conservative coalition: white Protestant charismatics, fundamentalists, and evangelicals dominated his organization.’ ‘The final section on lay spirituality is a pastiche of elements from a number of sources (the charismatics, monastic renewal, and others).’ ‘Finally, the charismatics serve as another group that manifests the Pentecostal impulse, but who stay embedded in their home denominations instead of breaking away.’ ‘Theissen's tertiary charismatics, community sympathizers in the villages, did not abandon their traditional way of life; 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