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    Book Review Fresh Wind Fresh Fire By Jim CymbalaIn 1972 a young married man who did not have a background in ministry took over a dying congregation in a tough inner city neighborhood at the urgent reuest of his minister father in law Less than twenty people were attending services the building was in disrepair and there was no money for even basic necessities Yet within a few years the congregation was much larger and thriving It eventually began to number in the thousands and developed a nationally known choir But the biggest change of all was within the lives of the pastor his wife and the membersWhat happened? The Holy Spirit happened Answered prayer happened Fresh Wind Fresh Fire is the first hand account by that pastor Jim Cymbala and his experiences with the Brooklyn Tabernacle in New York City He writes of how the tiny church was almost ready to close its doors when one Sunday he was unable to even preach the sermon He stopped speaking said he couldn't go on and asked the congregation to pray Afterward things began to improve a little Then he instituted a weekly prayer meeting in which the members would pray for the pastor the church service that God's will would be done Over time the little church began to grow spiritually and numericallyThat doesn't mean that circumstances became easy The church was located in a rundown neighborhood that was a hangout for alcoholics drug addicts and prostitutes Sometimes one of the locals would wander in off the streets and into services In other cases members would actively walk the neighborhood and tell the residents about Jesus Through the members' testimonies example and yieldedness to God some people with even the most desperate of lifestyles accepted Christ and God turned their lives aroundFresh Wind Fresh Fire tells story after story of profound hope of God changing lives Cymbala is very emphatic that all of this was in response to the continual prayers of the members He makes a strong case that prayer is the backbone of a church that only group prayer can revitalize a church and turn lives around He also said that historically all Christian revivals have been preceded by massive amounts of prayerHis book is not only an inspiring read but one we all need to apply Frank Lewandowski


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    Enjoyed this book about allowing God’s Spirit to invade our hearts Some of my favorite uotes include“I discovered an astonishing truth God is attracted to weakness He can't resist those who humbly and honestly admit how desperately they need him”“After all people weren't hungry for fancy sermons or organizational polish They just wanted love They wanted to know that God could pick them up and give them a second chance”“Because I had been a basketball player it never dawned on me to evaluate people on the basis of color If you could play you could play In America it would appear that there is openness acceptance and teamwork in the gym than in the church of Jesus Christ”“Each service is two to two and a half hours long We have always felt we had to give the Holy Spirit time to work; we couldn't rush people through some kind of assembly line”“Yes the roughness of inner city life has pressed us to pray But is the rest of the country coasting along in fine shape? I think not”“I have seen God do in people's lives during ten minutes of real prayer than in ten of my sermons”“What does it say about our churches today that God birthed the church in a prayer meeting and prayer meetings today are almost extinct?“If the times are indeed as bad as we say they are; if the darkness in our world is growing heavier by the moment; if we are facing spiritual battles right in our own homes and churches then we are foolish not to turn to the One who supplies unlimited grace and power He is our only source We are crazy to ignore himWe are like the church at Laodicea In fact we have so institutionalized Laodiceanism that we think lukewarm is normal”“The apostles weren't trying to finesse people Their communication was not supposed to be ‘cool’ or soothing They aimed for a piercing of the heart for conviction of sin They had not the faintest intention of asking ‘What do people want to hear? How can we draw people to church on Sunday?’ That was the last thing in their minds Such an approach would have been foreign to the whole New Testament”“Spiritual ‘construction’ that uses wood hay and straw comes easy little work little seeking no travail no birthing You just slap it up and it will look adeuate for awhile But if you want to build something that will endure on Judgment Day the work is much costly“People pay attention when they see that God actually changes persons and sets them free When a new Christian stands up and tells how God has revolutionized his or her life no one dozes off”“As we open up our church meetings to God's power they will not always follow a predetermined schedule Who can outline what God might have in mind?”Does anyone really think that America today is lacking preachers books Bible translations and neat doctrinal statements? What we really lack is the passion to call upon the Lord until he opens the heavens and shows himself powerful“Anytime people get hungry to truly know the Lord the Holy Spirit uickly puts a shovel and broom into their hands”


  3. says:

    This is an inspirational account of one pastor's experience serving an urban congregation through a period of profound transformation and growth Pastor Cymbala attributes the Brooklyn Tabernacle's success and sustenance through difficulty to the miraculous power of God accessed through radical commitment to prayer I sensed an anti intellectual bent here but the point of the book is clearly to inspire a faithful dependence on God that transcends expectations too often limited by reason It's been years since I first read the book but I often remember the stories and draw fresh inspiration to invest in prayer and to expect God to respond generously


  4. says:

    Challenging and InspiringCymbala's book is an inspiration toward a desperate prayer life One that truly gets a hold of God for great things


  5. says:

    MY REVIEWI think it was the titlebut for whatever reason this is a book I had seen many times and just never bought for myself to read But recently when a dear man of God recommended this to our church leadership I immediately found it on PaperBackSwap and began to read itWOW This book is not about the how to's of prayer like so many other books are but about the why we pray and the power of prayer And for those of you in my circle it's not out there either While there are a few things I can't say I agree with there is a whole lot that I heartily say Amen to and long to see happen in the local churches around here It's hard to pull apart this book to determine my favorite partbut if forced to make a choices I would say it was the chapter titled The Lure of Novelty where Cymbala speaks frankly on the the power of prayer against casting out and binding I really appreciated his very balanced approach to this issue and his loving way of stating the truthI highly recommend this book for those who want to understand prayer and be challenged to pray I don't know how anyone could not be excited after reading this book filled with a multitude of testimonies from Cymbala and his congregation Teens and adults of all ages need to read this book and practice it's passionBOOK OVERVIEWPastor Jim Cymbala shares the lessons he learned when the Spirit ignited his heart and began to move through his people This book is for anyone seeking to live at the center of God’s purposes through experiencing the power of his Spirit This softcover edition includes a study guide


  6. says:

    My first finished book of 2018 There was power on every single page I feel inspired and excited for the plans God has for my life this year All of it based on the power of prayer and submitting to his full authority on my life


  7. says:

    It wasn't that I disliked the book's core message that prayer and the Holy Spirit are what matters in Christian community today It was the way the message was communicatedI felt beaten up and beaten down by the onslaught of marshal metaphors and seriously unnerved at the prejudice shown by Cymbala on matters of family life sexuality and relationshipsThe core message could have been got across in a dozen or pages and the rest could be left out It is a truly serious and valuable message but I have been forced out of really engaging with it because I can't get past the extreme conservatism and fear of the world around those who work out of the Brooklyn Tabernacle The world is not the crazy dangerous place Cymbala portrays it as If you read uncritically you could be forgiven for thinking that to venture out into the streets is suicidal or at the very least is an invitation to debauchery and addictionSuch thinking and importantly the communication of such thinking reinforces the lifeboat mentality of such churches These churches seem to exist as bubbles in the world The church I want to engage with is not a bubble but a glorious portrayal of God's love in the world


  8. says:

    I wasn't convinced I would vibe with this book I have been having a hard time with church to say the least But holy crap This guy's story is good and he tears down all the falsehood and hypocrisy of churches today and what we have made Christianity and going to church to become In looking for a church I have just been wanting to find somewhere that loves God and loves people aka EVERYONE the poor homeless gay scary etc to the best of their ability Jim's church does exactly that well and highlights the importance of prayer and a spirit filled congregation To all who aren't sure what the heck is going on with the church READ THIS


  9. says:

    Cymbala’s testimony of God’s work is fascinating We spent years in churches with great doctrine and plenty of programs but very little evidence of the Holy Spirit at work How much does God want to do in each of our lives and our churches if we would only devote ourselves to prayer and allow the Holy Spirit to work? Inspiring and refreshing


  10. says:

    I'm so thankful for Pastor Cymbala's witness and the way he leads through this book to prayer and God's holy scriptures I will likely read again


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