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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-15-2004, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
 
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The best book you ever read...

A couple of my favorite:

1. Why Revival Tarries - Leonard Ravenhill

2. Purpose Driven Church - Rick Warren

3. Weapon of Prayer, Power through Prayer, Necessity of Prayer, and others by EM Bounds
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The Case for Christ - Lee Strobel

Mere Christianity - C.S. Lewis

Evidence that Demands a Verdict - Josh McDowell (Want to read)

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Oh, another one I thought of...

"The Normal Christian Life" Watchman Nee (tough reading, but worth it!)
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Watchman Nee is very tough to read.

He Still Moves Stones - Max Lucado
Breath of the Holies - Perry Stone
Seven Promices of a Promice Keeper - Various Writers
The Glorious Appearing - Mike Hayes (my pastor)

Since many people around here dont like Benny Hinn I will not mention his book The Blood.

Just started to read The Purpose Driven Life.

Edit: I decided to edit my post, not because some people dislike Duplantis but I forgot about this book by Perry Stone. I was going through some of my books that I read years ago and saw this one. Very good insightful book on the Tabernacle of Moses and how it all ties in with Jesus tabernacling with us.

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Watchman Nee is very tough to read.

He Still Moves Stones - Max Lucado
Heaven: Close Encounter of the God Kind - Jesse Duplantis
Seven Promices of a Promice Keeper - Various Writers
The Glorious Appearing - Mike Hayes (my pastor)

Since many people around here dont like Benny Hinn I will not mention his book The Blood.

Just started to read The Purpose Driven Life.
Randy,

I am surprised you recommend Benny Hinn or Jesse Duplantis...ouch...

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"Deliver us from Evil" by Sean Hannity
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Randy,

I am surprised you recommend Benny Hinn or Jesse Duplantis...ouch...

Lee
I am not recommending them, I just said that they were good reads and I learned much from them.
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The ragamuffin gospel is great.

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I am a fan of fiction, so I would have to say the Left Behind series...Also my pastor's book(Jack Graham), Lessons from the Heart and a Hope and a Future are a couple of good ones.

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Atonement- Derek Prince
very good book!
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I am a fan of fiction, so I would have to say the Left Behind series...Also my pastor's book(Jack Graham), Lessons from the Heart and a Hope and a Future are a couple of good ones.

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I too am a fan of fiction. I have read all the Left Behind books as well as several from Frank Peretti (Hangman's Curse, The Oath, and This Present Darkness) and Bill Myers (Blood of Heaven Trilogy) and I just recently picked up Black by Ted Dekker.
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The ragamuffin gospel is great.
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