The Power-And-Love Sandwich tells the story of Jonathan Brenneman’s journey into the miraculous. As part of the journey, Jonathan shares the ensuing victories and struggles, including disappointment, misunderstandings, and the fear of pride.
Throughout scripture, God reveals his love and nature through works of power. The saying “Seek God’s face and not his hand” sounds nice, but it is unscriptural. It leaves us with a far inferior revelation of God’s love and Jesus’ character.
The Power and Love Sandwich:
•Includes many testimonies of healing, signs, and wonders
•Exposes Satan’s lies that have made the church nervous about spiritual gifts
•Gives helpful insight about the struggles that may ensue when a Christian begins exercising spiritual gifts and how to navigate through them
•Exposes the false dichotomy between God’s power and love that has infected the church
•Proves that God’s power and love are inseparable in scripture
•Encourages the reader to grow in the fruit of the spirit so as to reflect Jesus’ character
•Explains what Paul’s thorn in the flesh was, why it had nothing to do with humbling him, and why God’s refusal to remove it did not imply that Paul was to tolerate it
•Gives context and clarity to 1 Corinthians 12, 13, and 14, showing how these passages have been misunderstood, and making the case that all of these gifts are available to any believer
•Uses scripture to refute the most common fallacious criticisms of signs and wonders
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