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Wanting What the Lord Wants, an Interview with Paul King

PneumaReview.com: Is It Of God? is labeled as Volume 1. When is Volume 2 coming out, and what are some of the topics that you will cover in that volume?

Paul King: Volume 2 will come out after I finish writing it. The publishers say no later than by September of next year [2020], hopefully sooner.

If we think we have it all figured out, we don’t have discernment. If we are judging others, we are not judging ourselves, and we don’t have discernment.

Volume 2 will contain practical application of the biblical principles from Volume 1. It will also address discernment of many of the most controversial issues. This includes how to discern true and false baptisms in the Spirit; true, false, and fleshly gifts and manifestations such as tongues, prophecies, laughter, shaking and falling, dreams and visions; true and false angels; true and false apostles, prophets, and teachers; biblical and unbiblical mysticism; and contemplative prayer.

Volume 2 will also address discernment of such phenomena and practices as gemstones and gold dust, gold fillings and feathers, soaking up grave anointings; various issues in spiritual warfare; and more! Enough for everyone to find something to disagree with me on!

 

PneumaReview.com: Please tell our readers where they can purchase your book.

Paul King: At my website www.paulkingministries.com. In September after the official release date, it will be available on Amazon and in e-book format.

 

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Further Reading:

Read John Lathrop’s review of Paul L. King, Is It Of God? A Biblical Guidebook For Spiritual Discernment, Volume 1 (Newberry, FL: Bridge-Logos, 2019).

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Category: Living the Faith, Summer 2019

About the Author: Paul L. King holds a D.Min from Oral Roberts University and a D.Th. from the University of South Africa. He served for 16 years on the faculty of Oral Roberts University as Coordinator of Bible Institute programs and Adjunct Professor in the College of Theology and Ministry. Author of 12 books and more than 60 articles, he was ORU 2006 Scholar of the Year. He has also served as Scholar-at-Large for the D.Min. program at Alliance Theological Seminary, Doctor of Ministry Mentor for the Randy Clark Scholars program at United Theological Seminary and Global Awakening Theological Seminary, Leadership and Church Ministry Consultant and Trainer, an ordained pastor with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, Interim Consulting Pastor for the Plano (Texas) Chinese Alliance Church, and Faculty Director of Purdue Ratio Christi/Christian Faculty and Staff Network. His books include God's Healing Arsenal: A Divine Battle Plan for Overcoming Distress and Disease (2011), Anointed Women: The Rich Heritage of Women in Ministry in the Christian & Missionary Alliance (2009), Only Believe: Examining the Origin and Development of Classic and Contemporary Word of Faith Theologies (2008), Genuine Gold: The Cautiously Charismatic Story of the Early Christian and Missionary Alliance (2006), Binding & Loosing: Exercising Authority over the Dark Powers (1999), and A Believer with Authority: The Life and Message of John A. MacMillan. Twitter: @PaulLKing. www.paulkingministries.com/

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