Discover the thrilling freedom of living in God’s power
Jesus’ disciples were worried, because soon He would be gone. How would they find the strength to live faithfully for their Master?
Men today face the same dilemma—and have access to the same answer: Spiritual power comes through the Holy Spirit. Yet for many, the gift of the Holy Spirit remains misunderstood, under-appreciated, and under-utilized.
Soar reveals the Holy Spirit afresh for the modern Christian man. Men’s pastor and church leader, Kenny Luck says that the time is ripe for a movement showing the world the supernatural power of God because men are:
Saying “yes” to the Holy Spirit
Opening their lives to His work inside of them
Actively pursuing and partnering with the Holy Spirit
Releasing powerfully the ministry of the Holy Spirit to a waiting world.
Soar offers a breakthrough encounter with the person and purpose of the Holy Spirit for men weary of bland faith and hungry for gravity-defying freedom that will empower a global advance of the cause of Christ.
Isn’t it time for you to SOAR in the power of God?
Includes a study guide for individual use and small group discussion.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|Title of eBook: Soar|
|Release Date: 10-05-2010|
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|Publisher: Waterbrook Press|
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Hell on earth would be to meet the person you could have become.
“Don’t fight me!”
The firm and calm rebuke came from Gary, a flight instructor with twenty-nine years of glider experience. Sailing along at four thousand feet above the ground over California’s central coast, only moments before—after I had released the tow cable and Gary had trimmed us out—he asked, “Do you want to take the stick?”
“Yeah!” I yelled, almost bursting Gary’s eardrum, and eagerly grabbed the stick with my whole hand. Unknown to me, Gary gripped his “chicken stick,” which is the second flight control stick used by the instructor in case an overeager and undertrained novice forgets that flying gliders is not his day job.
Apparently, I had messed up, so Gary had rebuked me with his “Don’t fight me!” command and took control of the aircraft.
Shocked and surprised at his words, I quickly released my hand from the stick.
“Let’s try again,” Gary said calmly. “Forward is down. Back is climb. Left is left, and right is right.”
Slowly, I put my hand back on the stick and again grabbed it with my whole hand.
“Don’t fight me!” Gary said even more firmly this time.
I felt the “invisible force” wiggle my hand off the stick. My spirits dived again after hearing those buzz-killing words: “Don’t fight me.” Patiently Gary explained one more time how less is more when you are riding the wind in a glider. Specifically, that means a thumb, an index finger, and light pressure o...