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R. T. Kendall: Holy Fire, reviewed by Mark Sandford

 

On the last page of Holy Fire, R. T. leaves us with a most encouraging quote from Smith Wigglesworth:

When the new church phase is on the wane, there will be evidenced in the churches something that has not been seen before: a coming together of those with an emphasis on the Word and those with an emphasis on the Spirit. When the Spirit and the Word come together, there will be the biggest movement of the Holy Spirit that the nation, and indeed the world, has ever seen. It will mark the beginning of a revival that will eclipse anything that has been witnessed within these shores, even the Wesleyan and Welsh revivals of former years (p 176).

That blessed day will come more speedily when heralded by voices that honor both the Spirit and the Word as well as each other. A Christian message can soften hardened hearts only when spoken from the heart of Christ. Someone once said, “The messenger is the message.” Such is the voice of R. T. Kendall in Holy Fire.

Reviewed by Mark Sandford

 

Further Reading:

Craig S. Keener’s review of Holy Fire

Tony Richie’s review of Holy Fire

Are Pentecostals offering Strange Fire?” The panel discussion at PneumaReview.com about John MacArthur’s Strange Fire

 

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Category: Spirit, Summer 2014

About the Author: Mark Sandford, MDiv (Denver Theological Seminary), is Spiritual Director of Elijah House, a ministry founded by his parents John and Paula Sandford. Mark collaborated with his father to write Deliverance and Inner Healing (Chosen Books, revised edition 2008) and Healing the Earth ... a time for change (BT Johnson Publishing, 2013). He ministers to individuals and couples in all areas of inner healing and deliverance and teaches at Elijah House schools and seminars. Mark and his wife, Maureen, have three children and live in Post Falls, Idaho.

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