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Midas Touch [Hardcover]

By kenneth e hagin (Author)
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Pages   234
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.38" Width: 6.48" Height: 0.85"
Weight:   1.36 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Apr 1, 2002
Publisher   HAGIN MINISTRIES #28
ISBN  0892765305  
EAN  9780892765300  

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Item Description...
The mythical King Midas wanted everything he touched to turn to gold. But when he got what he wanted, he soon discovered he didn't want what he got!

Kenneth E. Hagin has often dealt with the issue of prosperity for believers during his more than sixty-five years of international ministry. In Rev. Hagin's new book, The Midas Touch, he continues to emphasize a balanced, biblical approach to this important aspect of the Christian life.

Rev. Hagin explains how following unscriptural teachings that emphasize either a "poverty mentality" or excesses in the "prosperity gospel" can lead the Christian into a ditch on one side of the road or the other. The correct path is to stay in balance, steering a course in the middle of the road.

Dispel the myths surrounding biblical prosperity! The midas Touch will help you discover thw whole counsel of God's Word that will help you keep your life in balance.

Some of the questions addressed in this book include:
* Should believers expect a "hundredfold return" on that they give?
* Is "supernatural debt cancellation" biblical?
* Is the wealth of the wicked laid up for the just?
* Are Christians entitled to an "end-time" transfer of wealth?
* Is "naming your seed" scriptural?
* Should you believe God for the "double Portion"?

Publishers Description
In this book Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin uses the Word of God to answer the many questions Christians have concerning money and the "prosperity message." This book will challenge the way Christians think and talk about money.

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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. How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God
  4. Name of Jesus
  5. Serie Bolsillo
  6. Spiritual Growth

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The Best Book Available of the Subject of Biblical Prosperity  Feb 5, 2007
This book is, without a doubt, Brother Hagin's most well-rounded work. Its very different from his other books, in that it reads like an actual book instead of a sermon. While I enjoy the informal tone of his other books that are actually transcribed sermons, this book can be described as inspiration tempered with exposition. No stone is left unturned, as the issue of prosperity is examined in light of scripture. And while Brother Hagin relates his own personal experiences concerning prosperity and finances, there is much less of that than one might expect. The title of the book is both tricky and yet telling; balance is the central theme, and this book is fearless in terms of its exposing the dishonesty and gimmickry that so pervades Charismatic ministry today. This book is a must for every Charismatic and Word of Faith Christian, and would be a blessing to any Evangelical who is open to learning what the scriptures teach about prosperity. It will challenge you to the very core of your being.
Will The REAL Kenneth Hagin Please Stand Up?  Oct 19, 2005
This book is an exercise in Word of Faith damage control. I've heard repeated references to this by many WOFers who think this answers all the objections of Christians. The REALITY is that it creates MANY more questions that will never be answered since Hagin has passed on (and answering provocative questions regarding his theology was never Hagin's strong suit anyway).

Sure, Kenneth Hagin suddenly teaches 'balance' on prosperity. He only did this after DECADES of teaching the prosperity gospel and creating the offspring whom he needed to rebuke - like Fred Price, Creflo Dollar, Joyce Meyer, Robert Tilton, and John Avanzini for starters.

Which Kenneth Hagin am I to believe? This one or the one who in 1978 said that Jesus 'wants his children to wear the best clothes, drive the best cars, and have the best of everything?' Doesn't that sound to you pretty much like the 'I drive a Rolls Royce because I'm following in Jesus' steps?' (Fred Price)

Which Kenneth Hagin am I to believe? This one or the one who in the same book ridiculed people who met church 'in a rundown building that brings shame to the name of Jesus?'

When you can tell me which one to believe, the follow-up question is obvious: How do you know?

Hagin himself drove a BMW, so I'm guessing that prosperity gospel was working for at least one of its proponents.
Balanced. Thoughtful. Powerful. Wise.   Jul 10, 2005
In "The Midas Touch", Rev. Kenneth Hagin sets the record straight on doctrinal errors such as, "naming your seed", "100-fold" returns on offerings, preachers' "special anointing" to bless and multiply offerings and several other misguided teachings. As Hagin describes, church doctrine is a road with ditches on both sides. Extremism on either side of the issue will end up off track and out of the way.

For the Christian, there is a danger lurking in some prosperity teachings of losing our first love; of chasing after the things of this world instead of chasing after God. There is need for a certain degree of maturity in the believer to handle the prosperity doctrine. The properly balanced Christian loves the Creator more than the creation. "Love not the things of this world" we are cautioned in 1 John 2:15.

Yet, our hearts lead us astray. Our affections for this world would charm us still.

There is good news in the Midas Touch. God desires "above all things" that his children prosper and be in good health. There is provision, protection, and riches in glory of Christ Jesus in great abundance for us today, in this life. We are well able to access the power of God through faith. There is healing, prosperity, and blessings beyond measure for every believer.

Hagin was no Scrooge. Nor was he a fool. With revelation, knowledge and wisdom he clearly saw the road ahead and warns us today "that narrow is the way which leads to life" and not to fall into the ditch, on either side, along the journey.
Would that Other Faith Teachers Heed This Message...  Aug 23, 2004
Hagin has written a much-needed corrective for those of us who believe in God wanting us to prosper.

For years, "prosperity" has been a revolution to some and a revulsion to others. And though it is God's will for His children to be taken care of, too many contemporary teachers have taken the subject to unbiblical extremes.

Hagin leaves no stone unturned as he scripturally lays a foundation and corrects a lot of the current teaching that has become extreme such as:

* Giving to get
* The 100 fold return
* Giving to the poor
* Sowing and Reaping
* Firstfruit giving

And more...

The reality is that Hagin wrote this book to his sons in the faith trying to bring them back into balance in this area. Unfortunately, according to some reports that I have heard, Hagin's sons in the faith have largely rejected his timely message.

It's kind of ironic that the very ministers who got their start with this man of faith have now rejected his corrective in the area of finances--determined to carry on with unscriptural practices and gimmicks.

I am glad that I took the time to read this book. And though I have never "gone overboard" with prosperity, Hagin's book was a confirmation of some of the conclusions that I have come to in recent years.

I just wish Hagin's spiritual sons would follow his lead and come back into balance. But when you start to touch the money, the fur begins to fly, I guess.

Highly recommended.
A balanced view of prosperity  Aug 15, 2002
BALANCED is the best word to describe this book. There are so many extreme teachings on prosperity, from the grossly ignorant teachers who liken Mercedes and Rolls Royces to godliness to those who teach that Jesus was poor. The whole point is that money was not an issue to Jesus. He didn't live in abject poverty nor in the presidential suite. He had enough to do what God needed Him to do on earth, and that's the goal that we should be trying to reach. Hagin speaks against the grossly erroneous, cancerous teachings of a few charismatic leaders on "firstfruits". I know one church in particular which refused to put this book in their bookstore even though they have publicly proclaimed Hagin's teachings prior to this book. Don't let anyone talk you out of reading it. It's well needed in the charismatic world to balance the extreme teaching that people have heard enough of! Thank God for Hagin writing this book.

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