Ecstasy, or extasis, is the Greek term for trance, and is linked with a pleasurable, God-given state of out-of-body experience recorded throughout the New Testament and the church age. Starting with the apostles ecstatic experiences on Pentecost, the Book of Acts further records trances in the lives of Peter and Paul. From the early church to the Christian mystics of the Middle Ages and the famous revivalists of centuries present, God s movements on the earth have always been marked by these supernatural experiences. In this book, John Crowder takes us on a journey from Old Testament ecstatic prophets such as Samuel and Elijah, to the future ecstatics who will usher in a massive wave of harvest Glory to the streets in these last days. God has always wanted a people who live in the Heavens, even as they walk on the Earth. And the world is hungry for the demonstration of a gospel of supernatural power that flows from a life of divine pleasure. More than a state of mind, you will see how the nature of God s ecstasy is found in the joy, bliss and inner raptures of His presence. In this book, you will be encouraged to drink from the river of His pleasure! (Ps. 36:8)... Summers, The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism (London: Rider aamp; Co., 1950), 162163. 10. ... Abrege dela doctrine mystique, quoted by Fr. Meynard and Cited by R.P. Augustin Poulan, Graces ofInterior Prayer (Reprinted by Kessingeranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Ecstacy of Loving God|
|Publisher||:||Destiny Image Publishers - 2011-07-28|