John MacArthur’s “Strange Fire,” Reviewed by Dennis Balcombe

         For those who want further education and insight into the powerful Worldwide Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement, especially in the Far East and China, the following review of John MacArthurs book Strange Fire is a must read for all believers.

         The review, or rather the strong critique, is written by Dennis Balcombe, a minister of 45 years in China, who recounts ample evidence of the miraculous work of the Spirit of the Lord used to counteract MacArthur’s perspective.

         I am certainly not defending Pentecostal/Charismatic excess, fake revivals, nor the shenanigans of some ministers in that field, but I stand with Balcombe in standing up for the obvious truth of the work of God in the world in these last days.

         And remember, though spiritual growth in North America has lagged behind, The Lord has used believers here to sponsor and kick off many of the movements elsewhere, and a national Great Awakening is now beginning to come forth on these shores as well.

        The review is comprehensive, well-written, and informative. Settle in and enjoy, and consider the price others have paid that we must also pay in order to receive the same powerful outpouring in America. © 2014 by RJ Dawson.

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Link: John MacArthur’s Strange Fire, reviewed by Dennis Balcombe            

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Posted on July 19, 2014, in Current Events and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thanks for sharing this with us. I’ve bookmarked it to read when I have more time. I know a little about what’s going on in Asia, and I think it’s SO exciting!

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    • You’re welcome, Linda. Thanks. With all the bad news going on in the world and here at home, it is great to know there is GOOD NEWS taking place in the spiritual realm. The Lord is doing great things! Be blessed.

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