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How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God [Paperback]

By Kenneth E. Hagin (Author)
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Pages   133
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.3" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.4"
Weight:   0.368 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 30, 1989
Publisher   HAGIN MINISTRIES #28
ISBN  0892765135  
EAN  9780892765133  

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How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God. God's Word assures us that we can be led by the Spirit of God. In this book, guidance is studied from the viewpoint of fleeces, the conscience, the inward witness, prophecy, and visions. Learn how you can train your human spirit to become a reliable guide.

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More About Kenneth E. Hagin

Kenneth E. Hagin The ministry of Kenneth E. Hagin has spanned more than 60 years since God miraculously healed him of a deformed heart and incurable blood disease at the age of 17. Today the scope of Kenneth Hagin Ministries is worldwide. The ministry's radio program, "Faith Seminar of the Air", is heard coast to coast in the U. S. and reaches more than 100 nations. Other outreaches include: The Word of Faith, a free monthly magazine; crusades, conducted nationwide; RHEMA Correspondence Bible School; RHEMA Bible Training Center; RHEMA Alumni Association International; and a prison ministry.

Kenneth E. Hagin was born in 1917.

Kenneth E. Hagin has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Faith Library (Audio)
  2. Faith Library Publications
  3. Name of Jesus
  4. Serie Bolsillo
  5. Spiritual Growth

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A must have!  Mar 1, 2008
Although I had the first edition of this book which I got in 1985. This edition has some nice additions to it. It's a great resource for Spirit-filled believers and a must have for someone new to the Holy Spirit.
How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God  Dec 20, 2007
Kenneth Hagin leaves nothing to chance, he is precise, to the point, and easy to read. I first read this book some twenty-five years ago and it is as true now as then. This really is a must read for every Christian.How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of GodComo Puede Ser Dirigido Por el Espiritu de Dios / How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of GodHOW YOU CAN BE LED BY THE SPIRIT OF GOD
"How to be led by the Spirit" = HOW TO HEAR GOD, and Hagin explains it well  Nov 27, 2007
The title is a bit odd, since "How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God" is just another way of saying "How to Hear From God."

Once I figured out that's what he was trying to say in his book, I took a look (since, after all, I want to hear from God).

As I've said in my other book reviews, I've read all the Bible and studied several theological areas, so I expected to learn nothing new here.

But, the book was a free gift from the wife of a preacher of a local church, here in Lakeland, Florida, and I found the book interesting -and I did learn *some* things, even though *some* of the book was stuff I already knew.

Before reading this book, I understood there to be only seven (7) ways God can speak to you:

(1) Your intelligence and logical reasoning
(2) God speaks through Other People
(3) The Holy Spirit's nudge (gut feeling, still small voice, intuition, you know?)-
(4) Holy Bible
(5) Large miracles (dreams, visions, freaky coincidences, visitations by angels, etc.)
(6) Smaller miracle, that is, coincidences and timing
(7) When #1-6 say the same message at the same time, it must be God.

Hagin seems to cover most of these areas (Chapter 20 title: "Judging by the Word", which is my point (4) above; page 10, 2nd paragraph: "With my soul I contact the intellectual realm," which is my point (1) above).

However, he really goes into good detail in distinguishing several different ways the Holy Spirit can speak to you: "There are three kinds of visions: spiritual visions, trances, and open visions." Page 110.

I never knew there were different types of visions, but in one case, Paul saw Jesus in a vision -with his eyes closed, which we know because Acts 9:8 says Saul OPENED his eyes afterward. (Hagin calls this a "spiritual" vision.)

Then, there are "open" visions, in which your eyes must be opens; Lastly, there are what Hagin calls "trances," which are like dreams (your natural senses are suspended), but you're aware that you're in a dream state WHILE it's happening -unlike a "regular" dream -in which you don't know you're dreaming until you wake up.

THAT distinction is why I'm rating it 5-Stars -something I didn't previously know, but it is real interesting to see "different" types of visions!

Kenneth E. Hagin clearly warns people (bottom of page 116) that they should *not* seek visions -which is very significant: Many so-called "Angel" books ask the person to "seek" their angel -and to try to contact them, but this sort of stuff is forbidden witchcraft.

I've read one other book by Hagin, "TONGUES: Beyond the Upper Room," and I did an this site book review of that one too, a very good book; I say this in case you want to see how good of an author he is -or how good of a reviewer I am -important data in these parts for readers like you!

Although some of the material in this book is repetitive from his other book I reviewed, it is VERY IMPORTANT STUFF. For example, in chapter 13, he clearly points out that being saved and being filled with the Holy Ghost are TWO DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES! In other words, you don't get 100% "filled" when you are saved. Observe:

If Christians were really 100% "filled" with the Holy Ghost when they were saved, then how come *these* believers weren't filled: "2He said unto them, Have ye received the Holy Ghost since ye believed? And they said unto him, We have not so much as heard whether there be any Holy Ghost...6And when Paul had laid his hands upon them, the Holy Ghost came on them; and they spake with tongues, and prophesied." (Acts 19:2,6)

So, when he says a person must get saved FIRST and THEN be filled with the Holy Spirit, he is on solid ground with scripture. (In fact, for an unsaved person to seek a "filling" might be dangerous and get them filled with a demon! -And, in his other book, the one on TONGUES, he gives a scary example to show why this scripture should be followed -where some woman was "filled" with the wrong spirit before she was saved. Ooops! THAT'S whatcha get when you don't follow scripture! "Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world [e.g., the unsaved] cannot receive..." John 14:17)

Even though one reviewer said something about Hagin relying only on visions -but not on the Bible -I'm sure you can see this is false: Just look at the title to Chapter 20 again: "Judging by the Word"

The book is small (only 133 or so pages of text), but it has 29 Chapters! (I can't possibly cover all them here in my review.)

This means two things: (#1) Much variety in chapter topics; and, (#2) Small chapters, with only 133 pages, making an average of about 4-and-a-Half pages per chapter.

However, he does a good job -and keeps it interesting. (Note: I do not rate all books a top 5-Stars, just some or most of them, so my rating is not a rubber-stamp to help a fellow-Christian.) He sorts the difference between spirit and soul, amongst other things.

Some of the fare is a little boring, and I'm sure I could have added a few things to make the book more complete, but the book was definitively two things:

(#1) VERY INTERESTING in some parts (both in cool stories -and new angles on theology)
(#2) Very sound Biblically.

He comes off as credible, and, although he sometimes sounds too human, he is trustworthy, and for that reason, he reminds me much of Roland Buck, the "Angels on Assignment" author, and a grandson of the Buck Knife inventor. (Rev. Buck didn't even want to write a book or make money off it, but Charles and Frances Hunter came to him an begged him to give them an interview, and, Rev. Buck's daughter and many others tells stories of how Roland was a "real" Christian, long before he met a bunch of Angels. Because of all this, Hagin reminds me of Buck -as a person you can really trust.)

Because of all that, I must rate Hagin's book a top-rating of 5-Stars. (He really worked & researched hard in this and his other book, I think.)
For everyone!  Aug 15, 2006
I have purchased several copies of this book and passed it out to friends. In three of the books I wrote I recommended it. I cannot overstate the importance of having this book for your collection!

Bethany K. Scanlon
Author of Where's my mate? and Born of the Spirit
How NOT To Be Led By the Spirit  Nov 13, 2005
Many non-charismatics have taken much anger over the years for speaking out against the ministries of the likes of Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Charles Capps, or T.D Jakes but despite their criticisms, many in the Church continue to buy books such as this title, HOW TO BE LED BY THE SPIRIT OF GOD. A better title would be How NOT To Be Led By The Spirit of God. The book (along with the above mentioned ministries) simply lacks biblical truth. It flows from the mystical away from the truly mindful.

The book is supposed to be a book for Christians to read on how God's Spirit is to lead them based on Romans 8:14. Hagin does little to build a biblical case. Insted the book turns to the many adventures of Hagin with the Holy Spirit. Many of the stories are simply outragious to bizarre. I was shocked as I read the book that Hagin actually believed the Spirit of God was leading him the way he was led. For example, Hagin claims that the Spirit of God once took him out of his body while he was preaching at a church and took him to the backseat of a car where he watched a woman and man commit fornication. He says that the next evening this truth was verified when he spoke to the young lady about the night before.

The question is why doesn't Hagin point believers to the Scriptures rather than experience for being led by the Spirit? Why doesn't he exegete the Scriptures to show Christians the proper way to hear God in the text? Why doesn't he point the Christian to stand firm upon the inerrant Word of God found in the completed canon rather than depending on stories from his own personal experiences? Could it be that this simply would not sell nor would today's lazy church be willing to actually read their Bibles rather than have personal subjective experiences.

My earnest prayer to God is that we would abandon false teachings such as those found in this book. This is not how to be led by the Spirit. I urge you to go to the Bible and stand firm upon the sound teachings found therein (1 Timothy 4:16; Titus 2:1). We need sound teachers who will lead us into the truth of Scripture and not their own experiences (Ephesians 4:11-16). Sola Scriptura!

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