>From: "Laura Sun"
>Subject: Dr. Pablo Deiros' testimony
>Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2000 03:32:05 GMT
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>Habakkuk 1:5 ?ook upon t...
>Returned to Argentina in 1986 and was an associate pastor at Central
>Baptist Church, but with a whole new way of ministe...
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  1. 1. >From: "Laura Sun" >Subject: Dr. Pablo Deiros' testimony >Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2000 03:32:05 GMT > >Habakkuk 1:5 ?ook upon the nations and be amazed ?I am going to >do something in your days that you won believe even if you were >told.??Deiros has a deep, deep conviction that God is going to do >this in our time. > >The good prayer to pay ?ord, I have heard of your fame, I stand >in awe of your deeds, in our day and time, make them known. Renew >them.? >----------------------------------------------------------------- >Dr. Pablo Deiros' testimony ? > >raised as a 3rd generation Baptist in Argentina. Was quite >traditional, conservative. 5 yrs at International Baptist Seminary, >ordained at 22. 1979 ?left the ministry. Frustrated, confused, in >sin. Successful in people eyes: professor at University and >Seminary, etc. He resigned his pastorate, but not his teaching >responsibility (it possible to teach theology but not live it). He >performed as a good pastor, but didn function as one for many >years til he left in 1979. > >He was appointed as a Deacon in his church, and invited to lead a >crusade during Holy Week. Lots of people got saved, and he was >thrilled that God used him in spite of his poor walk. On Easter >1983, began to pray and was struck by the Holy Spirit ?saw all of >his sins parading before his eyes. A sense of desperation gripped >him, and he felt his heart breaking ?began to cry out for >forgiveness. Heard the voice of God saying,  want you to pray for >the sick tonite.?God was giving him names and details of illnesses >in different persons. They saw miracles that night. From that night >on, his life was turned upside down. He was asked to teach a series >of messages on the Holy Spirit from Scripture ?was surprised to see >how much is there. In July went to Dallas for more study. > >What God was doing in his life was coinciding with what God was >doing in Argentina. Carlos Anacondia was holding lots of crusade. A >business man with no formal training went to Misery Areas (I forget >the name) and preached simple stories from the Gospels and did what >he saw there ?proclaimed good news of the Kingdom, healed the sick, >cast out demons. Healed people by the thousands. Began holding >crusades for 60 nights straight, 6 hours a night (8p-2a), etc. Tons >of demonic manifestations, etc. >
  2. 2. >Returned to Argentina in 1986 and was an associate pastor at Central >Baptist Church, but with a whole new way of ministering ?healing, >casting out demons, mighty actions of power in the name of Jesus. > >From 1985 on, at the worldwide level, there has been a spiritual >awakening much more significant than anything else in Christianity. >Some scholars mark 1985 as the turning point for revival. he world >experienced a world-wide revival in 1985, but most didn recognize >it.??should investigate and see what happened that year. > >from the classnote of "Contemporary Revival" at Fuller, 11/07/00

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