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'An Apple for the line is a e-book of functional knowledge for supernatural residing from 9 Bethel leaders and employees. dealing with the questions of reasonable what to do subsequent and the way to reside complete lives within the country, readers will glean knowledge from the reports of others. The stories during this ebook will problem readers to press into God for higher manifestations of His divine presence.'--Back hide. half 1. Loving God. Holy Spirit, my ally / by way of Joaquin Evans -- No offense taken / by way of Chris Gore -- i need extra! / via Deborah Sawka Stevens -- half 2. Loving others. cozy within the cluster / via Pam Spinosi -- actual intimacy / through Sheri Downs -- Letters from a shoebox / via Stefanie Overstreet -- half three. residing lifestyles. referred to as, guided, and ready / through Paul Manwaring -- may still i purchase bread? may still I put on purple? / by way of Pam Spinosi -- residing in relaxation / via Crystal Stiles -- rejoice the easy / by way of invoice Johnson
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Why didn’t I fall down along with everyone else? Why didn’t I break into laughter or have some of the other manifestations I saw people having? I still thought something was wrong with me since I wasn’t experiencing or understanding everything that I thought I should. I still returned to those old, familiar thoughts and conclusions, which, by the way, were wrong! I wanted to be more sensitive, more able to be a carrier of His presence, but I just didn’t respond to God’s presence in the same way other people were responding.
We see an amazing contrast here in Acts 3. First, we see Peter and John saying, “Look at us” in verse 4. ” If it’s not our glory to take when the miracle happens, why do we take the burden upon ourselves when it does not? I believe that if we take the burden, we will end up taking the glory. After I do a miracle meeting, one of the first things that I like to do when I return to my hotel is to get with Jesus and say, "Jesus, I have something here that was never meant for me. ” This leaves me in a place of freedom to walk without burden and without taking the glory.
He was asleep in his grandmother’s arms. I asked if I could take him and hold him. ” I asked. ” About this time, the boy woke up and burst into tears, as he had a very white man looking down on him, but when he had gone to sleep, he was in a precious Indian lady’s arms. I quickly pulled every trick I knew, and the one that settled him down was M&M’s and chocolate. The crowd had breached the security barrier and was pushing in around me for my attention, wanting prayer. I was so moved with compassion for the boy, it seemed like he and I were the only people standing in that field that evening.