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SpiritLed Promise Books

Top Sellers

1 The Book of Mysteries
– Jonathan Cahn
2 The Mystery of the Shemitah
– Jonathan Cahn
3 The Harbinger
– Jonathan Cahn
4 23 Minutes in Hell
– Bill Wiese
5 Prayers that Rout Demons and Break Curses
– Apostle John Eckhardt

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09/06/2016 The Book of Mysteries
– Jonathan Cahn
07/18/2017 Love Leads
– Dr. Steve Greene
08/01/2017 Rebuilding the Altar
– Pat and Karen Schatzline
08/01/2017 The Art of Words
– Valerie Wieners
08/01/2017 Everybody Wants to Win: But Nobody Wants to Wait
– Marcus Gill
08/01/2017 The Presence of God
– R.T. Kendall
07/04/2017 The Prophet’s Manual
– John Eckhardt
07/04/2017 No Regrets
– Robin Bertram
06/06/2017 Overcoming Fear and Anxiety
– Dr. Carol Peters-Tanksley
06/06/2017 40 Days Through the Prayers of Jesus
– Tim Cameron

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LAKE MARY, FL— The altars in our churches have become the steps by which man ascends the platform rather than the place to be transformed and renewed by God. But authors Pat and Karen Schatzline prophesy that 2017 will bring about revival. In their coauthored book, Rebuilding the Altar, they give the ultimate altar call to those who seek a closer walk with God.

The Schatzlines say that many people go to church, listen to sermons, and read their Bibles but still feel distant from God. This book confronts how churches have compromised truth for comfort, calling for spiritual revival whether it is at the altar or in a living room.

“We must resist the seduction of man’s Christianity which so often causes us to abandon our confidence in the risen Savior and exchange it for a manufactured hope produced by a fallen man,” the Schatzlines write.

Bolstered with personal experiences as well as stories from recent church history, Rebuilding the Altar reveals how spiritual passivity has become the norm in church services as fewer and fewer altar calls are being made. The authors challenge the godliness of churches that focus on having the “relevant factor” or catchy and visual messages, full offering plates, and unconfrontational, hyper-grace sermons.

“We have found ourselves living in a day when Christians are told to be quiet lest we offend someone and where ‘secular Christianity’ is the new norm,” they added. “We must determine that crying out for revival matters more than the retribution of the religiously satisfied and those who represent the church’s lost holiness.”

This book emphasizes the importance of leaders who are willing to lay down their church’s reputation for a movement centered on repentance and holiness. The altar call is not only for those who have yet to be saved, but also for believers who are eager to take up their cross and awaken the church to its brokenness and need for God’s grace.

Rebuilding the Altar shows how to truly encounter God so that His light and power will flow into homes, churches, and the nation. The Schatzlines teach readers how to reset their spiritual lives and experience personal awakening that brings lasting transformation.

Ward Simpson, the CEO of God TV, says, “Rebuilding the Altar is a fresh call to personal intimacy with the Lord. I have found in my own life that there is a constant need to keep altering my walk with God. Many Christians today have settled for less in their walk with God. They swim in a small pond when the ocean is around the corner.…Pat and Karen say it this way: ‘The key to being altered is the altar.’ I pray and believe that this book will lead you into a fresh and intimate relationship with our master, Jesus Christ.”

About Charisma House

Charisma House empowers people through Spirit-inspired resources. It is the leading publisher of diversified Christian resources motivating people to fulfill God's purpose. For more than twenty-one years Charisma House has published books, including thirteen New York Times best sellers, that challenge, encourage, teach, and equip Christians.

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