If you are seeking a deeper walk with Christ, then these are confusing days to live in; particularly when it comes to the subject of “the power of the Holy Spirit”.
On the one hand there are Christian teachers who constantly speak of miracles (which is good), but who also seem perfectly willing to reinvent Christian doctrine so that it will support their ministry (which is bad). Some of them make claims which sound wonderful, but don’t seem to hold up in the real world or faith.
On the other hand there are Christian teachers who are so busy explaining what the Bible means (which is good), that they have no time for prayer (which is bad). Some of them speak as if God’s miracles stopped when the last apostle died.
If you believe that following Jesus should engage both the heart and the head, and that we should read our Bibles and pray with equal devotion, then this study may be for you. In it we will learn from the experiences and teachings of John Wesley, an early leader in the great Wesleyan revival, who wore out both his Bible and the floor where he knelt in prayer.
Speaker: Pastor Robert Barnes