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Miracles and the Gifts of the Spirit All Through Church History How does a better understanding of the Holy Spirit acting throughout history help us today?

Jeff Oliver: Without knowing what the Holy Spirit has been doing the past two thousand years, we cannot possibly understand what He is doing today, much less prepare for what He is getting ready to do. Also, knowing how God used ordinary men and women in history to do the extraordinary will inspire us to expect and believe God to do the same through us today. The great men and women of God in history had one thing in common: they studied the life of Jesus and the lives of the saints. The Bible is a series of books filled with stories of the supernatural. This series is simply a continuation of that biblical and historical narrative. Where can our readers learn more about your book Pentecost to the Present?

Jeff Oliver: Our website or Amazon author page


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Category: Church History, Winter 2018

About the Author: Jeff Oliver is an inspirational speaker and author of Pentecost to the Present: The Holy Spirit's Enduring Work in the Church. This three-volume (Book 1: Early Prophetic And Spiritual Gifts Movements, Book 2: Reformations And Awakenings, Book 3: Worldwide Revivals And Renewals) series traces our Spirit-filled heritage to ancient times and gives documented historic evidence of signs, wonders and miracles continuing in the church to this present age. Jeff is also founder and president of Global Wakening, a ministry that is inspiring and equipping a new generation with a supernatural Christian worldview to help ignite a global wakening of God's church.

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