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Random House, Inc One Holy Fire

Nicky Cruz shares lively, never-before-published stories from his ministry that will quicken readers' hearts and spark their souls. Stories of physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. Of masses coming to salvation in Jesus Christ. Of hand-to-hand spiritual warfare. Of the supernatural provision and presence of God's Spirit in every area of his life and ministry. Cruz also explores the promises in Scripture regarding the Spirit's work on earth, addressing such questions as: What does it mean to "walk in the Spirit"? How does a supernatural God do business in a natural world? Why has the body of Christ been so slow to come to grips with the Spirit's power and presence? In his first new book in eight years, the renowned author of the Christian classic Run, Baby, Run introduces readers to the Holy Spirit. He challenges them to live according to the Spirit's moment-by-moment guidance. And he inspires them to open their heart and let the Spirit ignite their soul.
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Date:April 4, 2008
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Gabriel Verrier
Absolutely motivating and challenging book. Nicky Cruz truly works in a God-filled ministry - and this read will tell you all about it from the beginning. I don't read often, but I ended up reading this more than once. God bless you Nicky, for being obedient to the Lord and working on His side against the powers of darkness!
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Date:December 19, 2007
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Pamela Gessler
All of Nicky Cruz's books are compelling reads. He attacks darkness head on and has many stories of victory and adventure to share with the church. His mission is not only to save souls from the chains that keep them down, but also to wake up the church to do her part in the same.
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