Are you an empty tank or a full tank? God said of Israel in the Old Testament: “For my people have committed two evils; they have left me the source of living water and have dug them cisterns, broken cisterns, which cannot hold water” (Jeremiah 2:13). In other words, God’s people had chosen their own will instead of God’s will, and because of this they had become broken and empty cisterns. In this book, Kenneth E. Hagin explains that there is application in this scripture for the Body of Christ today. “We need a new anointing,” he says, “so that we are not empty and broken cisterns. God wants us to be full reservoirs capable of containing much of the living water of the Holy Spirit.
Under the New Covenant, the Holy Spirit anoints all believers to fulfill God’s plans and purposes in this life. The infilling of the Spirit is not a one-time event. We can enjoy fresh filling time and time again. In A Fresh Anointing, Reverend Kenneth E. Hagin shows believers how they can tap into the continuous flow of God’s power and receive a renewed anointing of the Holy Spirit. Don’t settle for yesterday’s experience and follow your own plans. Receive a new anointing today to rule like a king over your circumstances and reach others with the power of God.
This book covers the topics:
Seek the new anointing
Characteristics of those with a fresh anointing
Maintain the shine
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