Transmitting God’s Power

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Subject:
Subjects:

Healing

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Holy Spirit

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Formats: Paperback Book & eBook
Pages:

34

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Originally Published:

2007

Product Code:

BK-B106-100-ENG

* Approximate, subject to edition.

Description

Laying on of hands is one of the basic tenets of the Christian faith. By it, we may transmit God's blessing and authority and commission someone for service. Discover this Biblical doctrine!

The Holy Spirit presents to us in Hebrews 6:1–2 the basic tenets of the Christian faith—the fifth of which is "laying on of hands. We find this practice in the first book of the Bible and extending through the entire history of God's people.

By it, we may transmit God's blessing and authority and commission someone for service by recognizing and endorsing God's choice.

In the New Testament the laying on of hands was used to:

  • Impact healing
  • Transmit the power of the Holy Spirit
  • Commission church servants (deacons)
  • Send out apostles
  • Appoint elders
  • Impart spiritual gifts

Derek concludes by issuing a warning about the dangers of spiritual contamination and commending the safeguards of prayer and humility.

This is the seventh segment in a series of teachings on Laying the Foundation.

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“I hope you will forgive me for saying this, but many people in the current move of the Holy Spirit, at least in some countries, are like the astronomers in the days of Ptolemy. I do not know much about astronomy, but Ptolemy was convinced that the sun revolved around the earth. Along came Copernicus and he said, ‘That’s not right; it’s the other way around. The earth revolves around the sun.’ Typically enough, the church wanted to put Copernicus to death for saying that. He just escaped with his life. Why was the church so upset? Because Copernicus’ theory was contrary to their traditions. I say, a lot of Christians are still living in the age of Ptolemy. They still believe that God the Son revolves around us. They have not yet learned it is the other way around. We revolve around the Son. Jesus is not here for our benefit; we are here for His glory.”

Derek Prince

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