Bill Johnson - Recognizing When the Unseen is on the Scene (Acts 5:15) (January-29-2020)

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Wednesday, 29 January 2020 08:46

Bill Johnson (January-29-2020) Sermon: Recognizing When the Unseen is on the Scene (Acts 5:15). Quotes: “I’m fascinated by stories like when they lined up people in the street so that Peter’s shadow would touch them as he walked by. That rocks me because there's no substance to a shadow, it's just proximity, it was closeness to the anointing, it was recognizing the unseen that was on the scene. I wonder how much anointing it's possible for you and me to carry? Faith doesn't deny that a problem exists; it just denies it a place of influence. Faith refuses to have the issues dictate our mood, our focus, or our values. All those things are inferior to this gospel. I went through the New Testament just to find every statement that described why He came. It’s a wonderful list. But for some reason, in my original study of why He came, the real reason why He came never stood out to me. It wasn't until not too many years ago I realized Jesus came to reveal the father. Everything He did was pointing to that one thing. He came to reveal the Father. He came to a planet of orphans to reveal the Father.”

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Bill Johnson - Recognizing When the Unseen is on the Scene (Acts 5:15) (January-29-2020)
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Johnson was born in Minnesota in 1951 and became a Christian as a young child. Soon after, Johnson read seven books on prayer, which significantly affected his perspective and subsequent ministry.

Johnson's father, Melvin Earl Johnson (1929-2004) was the senior pastor at Bethel Church in Redding from 1968-1982 and subsequently became Executive Officer of the Northern California/Nevada District Council of the Assemblies of God. Earl Joh ...

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