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Title:
Ancient wells, living water : God invites you to come and drink
Author:
Parsley, Rod.
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Publication Information:
Lake Mary, Fla. : Charisma House, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
xi, 209 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
No mere hole in the ground -- Bestseller of all ages -- The cross and the crown -- This holy well -- Sweet hour of prayer -- The mountain and the seed -- The divine "go" -- Troubled waters -- Collision of the kingdoms -- "One like me" -- Hold the line, or take new turf? -- Drink deep the living water.
ISBN:
9780884199427
Format :
Book

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Summary

Many Christians seem to have lost that old-time religion, and it has been replaced by doctrines that claim to be new and improved Rod Parsley explains how believers today are drinking from polluted wells that were once built by the faith of our spiritual fathers. While readers may have been pushed down, pushed back or pushed aside by the enemy, God is about to push them through every line of Satan's defense of sickness, sin, depravity and disease Parsley identifies the types of wells built by Abraham, Isaac, the apostle Paul, Martin Luther, E. M. Bounds, John Wesley, Charles Finney, John G. Lake and more. In this prophetic and timely message, Parsley encourages believers to stop trading living water for an imitation gospel that looks like godliness but denies the power of God.


Author Notes

Rod Parsley is pastor of World Harvest Church in Columbus, Ohio


Table of Contents

Prologue: The Ancient Well of Manp. vii
1 No Mere Hole in the Groundp. 1
2 Bestseller of All Agesp. 15
3 The Cross and the Crownp. 41
4 This Holy Wellp. 57
5 Sweet Hour of Prayerp. 69
6 The Mountain and the Seedp. 89
7 The Divine "Go"p. 101
8 Troubled Watersp. 121
9 Collision of the Kingdomsp. 139
10 "One Like Me"p. 153
11 Hold the Line, or Take New Turf?p. 175
12 Drink Deep the Living Waterp. 191
Notesp. 201
Bibliographyp. 207