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This book will help listeners prepare their hearts in expectation, be watchful for the approaching move of God, and build a deeper relationship with him.

In this spirit-inspired teaching, respected scholar and theologian R. T. Kendall uses Jesus's parable of the 10 virgins to describe the condition of the church in the last days.

Many Charismatics and Pentecostals assume that what we have seen in the 100 years since Azusa Street is the final move of God before the second coming. Kendall explains that this is not so and reveals that a movement of the Holy Spirit 100 times greater than anything we have seen - indeed, the greatest since Pentecost - is about to unfold. It's time to wake up!

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  • John
  • 29-03-2020

The is very relevant for today (March 2020)!

As I read this I can see what God is up to with clarity. He has given the saints a review or revelation of what is going on with out the news media involved. This is a more accurate message about the end times or current events I have ever heard. Come Lord Jesus!

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  • Sharon Wickey
  • 18-09-2018

Deep soul Searching

The further gives a deep soul searching and spiritual view of the Ten virgins that makes one reflect on the soul. Get your Bible and seek God. Highly recommended!

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