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Review-Forgotten God, Reversing Our Tragic Neglect Of The Holy Spirit

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 Book was published by David C. Cook in 2009, 186 total pages (including excerpt from Crazy Love)
Christian Non Fiction 

The author, "believes that the Holy Spirit is more obviously active in places where people are desperate for Him, humbled before Him, and not distracted by their pursuit of wealth or comforts (like we are)."

Are you desperate for Him? Are you humbled before Him? Do you want the Holy Spirit to have free access to every area of you life? Does that last question make you squirm and hesitate?

"We are not yet what we shall be, but we are growing toward it. The process is not yet finished, but it is going on. This is not the end, but it is the road. All does not yet gleam in glory, but all is being purified."
Martin Luther

Francis Chan is the pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California. He has written 2 powerful books that are being read, discussed, studied, and promoting a challenge to Christians everywhere to "grow up in our faith."
The book Forgotten God is about the Holy Spirit.
The book is not just directed to Churches, but the Church itself--us--believers in Christ Jesus. 
The book is biblical, applicable, and challenging. More that anything it stirs the heart and soul of the reader to not just read the book, but act.
I loved this book, loved it! On a recent visit to LifeWay Christian bookstore an employee stocking a nearby shelf recommended the book to me, he said it was powerful, and I agree!
Before each chapter is a short biography of a man or woman and the story of the Holy Spirit's work in their life.
Questions are abundant in the chapters, they are not just added at the end of each chapter, but all throughout.

This book was bought by me for the purpose of reading/reviewing.
I have also purchased Crazy Love by the same author, hope to read/review this book within the month.

Blissful Reading!