A vivid picture of ‘God's paratrooper’ with five distinctive marks by which he may be recognized.
In this study, Derek Prince explores the ministry of the evangelist, based on the ministry of Philip, as portrayed in Acts 8.
The ministry of the New Testament evangelist is to confront people with the good news of the gospel and the claims of Jesus Christ. And it demands a response either for or against. For those who respond by yielding to the claims of Christ, three things follow. They receive deliverance from evil spirits, they are confronted with the miraculous power of God in healing, and they are baptized in water.
That’s how God intends the evangelist’s ministry to function. There is no other pattern anywhere in the New Testament.
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