“If you are totally fulfilled in your Christian experience, seldom frustrated, and rarely dissatisfied, this is not a book for you. No need to read further,” writes Chuck Swindoll in Embraced by the Spirit, his newest work on the Holy Spirit. “But if, like me, you long for a more intimate and uninterrupted relationship with the living God, where you and He are ‘in sync’ and where you regularly sense His presence and power, please walk with me a little while through the pages that follow.”
Let’s face it; most of us are intrigued by the Holy Spirit. We long to enter into new and stimulating dimensions of His working—but yet we hold back, fearful of being wrong or misunderstood.
In Embraced by the Spirit, we step away from the heat of theological battle that analyzes and criticizes and move quietly and closely to the One who has been sent alongside to help. He longs to empower us with His dynamic presence, change our attitudes, warm our hearts, show us how and where to walk, comfort us in our struggles and sorrows, strengthen us in the weak and fragile places of our lives, and literally revolutionize our pilgrimage from this planet to paradise.
This is a book for the heart much more than for the head. Enter the journey on a personal level, assisted by questions and discussion prompts for each chapter.