Quotes from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues

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“You see, the human creature is prone to legalism. There is nothing the devil likes more than to impose a set of legalistic rules on a person. Then when that person has a hard time keeping those rules, his confidence that God will move in his life is greatly shaken.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“God trades your natural plans and ideas for His through the supernatural medium of exchange, tongues for personal edification.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“The very measure of God's power in a believer's life is dependent on how much of his life is ordered by the Holy Ghost.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“Therefore, the only thing that stands between us and any kind of miracle is the fleshly pattern or system of thought that has captivated us in the realm of the soul.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues



“The evangelists and pastors mentioned in Ephesians 4:11 are then replaced in First Corinthians 12 with miracles and gifts of healings. These gifts of the Spirit are the primary ones that empower and qualify the evangelistic and pastoral offices. (The entry level into the fivefold ministry gifts is also at the level of working of miracles and gifts of healings because all five ministry offices — apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, and teacher — should be equipped with these two gifts of the Spirit.) Next is the operation of helps, which handles the physical and material aspects of the ministry. One very important helps calling is what I call the “entrepreneurship of the simplicity of giving.” A person called to fulfill this operation is someone of means who has the capacity in his character and his calling to be used by God to pour thousands, if not millions, into the Kingdom of God for the governments of the Church.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“it. I found my answer in the”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“You’re going to provoke an internal war when you begin to consistently pray in tongues, because impurities will soon start to surface that you don’t want to get rid of. God will endeavor to purge those impurities off your life so you can fulfill your divine call without being destroyed by the devil.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“In the eternities of time past, a vast, complex plan for mankind unfolded on the inside of God. In His infinite wisdom, He left nothing out as He looked down through the ages. He passed through generation after generation, planning every intricate detail of every life that would live on the face of the earth. God’s desire was to recover as many as possible from Satan’s rebellious camp and to gather unto Himself a people He could call His family. Somewhere in the midst of this divine planning session, long before the eons of time began, God came across your name! Then He formulated a perfect plan just for you that is unlike any other plan for any other person who has ever been born. Imagine — God the Father looked out across the great void of space and time and saw the moment in time when you would live on this earth. Then He decided precisely how that moment should be filled! We Must Choose His Plan God conceived a wonderful plan for every one of us. In His plan, we were predestined to become His sons and daughters at the Cross. But one potential obstacle stands between us and God’s perfectly conceived purposes: Using the free will God has given us, we must choose to walk in the plan He has ordained for our lives. God looks for a way to approach each of us in order to present His personal plan for our lives. He begins with the preaching of the Cross that encourages us to accept Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. If we accept Jesus, we take our first step into the plan God predestined for us before the foundations of the world. But if we reject Him, then like so many before us, we will live and die without ever taking that first step — salvation — into the divine purpose for our existence.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“It isn’t how loud or how quiet you worship; it’s how much of your entire being you pour into every statement of adoration.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues



“If you are willing to be used not only to stand in the gap, but to stand against what the enemy will try to throw at you, God will use you. For”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“As the Holy Spirit prays for us, He purges us on three levels: spirit, soul, and body.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“The day you decide to lock yourself in your prayer closet to spend some quality time with the Lord in prayer — that is the day you will enter Heaven’s classroom here on earth with the Holy Spirit as your Teacher.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“Our fasting doesn’t move God; it moves us to a place where we can receive from God.”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“Instead of the sin having dominion over you, you gain dominion over it! The”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues



“Praying in tongues is a priceless gift that God has given us so we can feel rested and refreshed right in the middle of a very imperfect world! Jesus”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


“the more I learned, the more I came to realize that speaking in other tongues was not only a spiritual law uncovered; it was also a spiritual foundation upon which everything else regarding spiritual gifts and their operation rested. Understanding”
― quote from The Walk of the Spirit - The Walk of Power : The Vital Role of Praying in Tongues


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