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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The mythical King Midas wanted everything he touched to turn to gold.
But when he got what he wanted, he soon discovered he didn't want what he got! Kenneth E. Hagin has often dealt with the issue of. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Midas Touch , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Dec 10, Kevin E. I do feel that Hagin's efforts are probably too little too late. View 1 comment. Oct 16, Kapaw Saw Hsar rated it liked it. This is a good book about money from a spiritual point of view. However, prosper as in how God wants you to. There is a balance.
It states about the purpose of Tithing and helping ministries, too. Worth reading A great and inspired book about prosperity or giving and receiving in the kingdom of God. Very enlightening, and highly recommended. Excellent book. It rights many wrongs that have been taught in the church about prosperity. Highly recommended for its wise and scriptural balanced teaching. Jan 24, John Timothy rated it really liked it. What stuck to me the most is the intention to why we give. You should read it too.
Great tool I enjoyed this book and can apply this to my life and also talk with others about giving, stewardship and faith. Great book. Hagin pretty much just pulls up every Biblical reference to money or wealth or prosperity and lays it out for you to examine. The conclusion he brings you to at the end of the book is, yes, of course God wants you to be prosperous, but that doesn't always mean "the world's" definition of it.
When Jesus left for heaven, he said he was going to prepare mansions for all of us! And in the Lords prayer, he ask that "Thy [God's] will be done on earth as it is in heaven. So of course God want Great book. So of course God wants us to be well off! Look at the blessings of Abraham. But the Bible also says that Christians are guaranteed hard times just because they serve God. Paul's life shows that well enough. But when you look at Paul's life overall, he was clearly a fulfilled, prosperous man!
God sends prosperity to bless us and meet our needs. But even more important, He prospers us to make it possible for us to help carry out His work in our communities, our nation, and throughout the earth. If we fail to understand this, or forget it, I believe we run the risk of losing the blessing. Hagin, The Midas Touch, p.
I don't think it fully accomplishes this, but it does present many insights from the Word of God God sends prosperity to bless us and meet our needs. I don't think it fully accomplishes this, but it does present many insights from the Word of God that deal with prosperity. It makes an effort to present both extremes: God wants us to prosper vs.
God does not want us to prosper. Aug 26, Davin Whitehurst rated it it was amazing. This book brings a balanced teaching on how God wants us to prosper and live in his abundance. This book is not about getting rich or a quick guide to wealth. This book teaches that God wants you to prosper in life. He wants us to be connected to a local church and how in so doing we can eat the good of the land. There are many ideas of what prosperity is, especially in America.
We go from one extreme to the other. This book will help any Christian find balance in God's word when it comes to the This book brings a balanced teaching on how God wants us to prosper and live in his abundance. This book will help any Christian find balance in God's word when it comes to the tithe and giving. This is an excellent read.
It's a great book to give us the knowledge that could deliver us from covetousness and greed these last days. Every Christian ought to read this. Jun 18, Emanuel Assafuah rated it it was ok. Apr 02, Jaanus Ringmae added it. Very balanced and good teaching about money and prosperity. I recomend it. Sound doctrine. Balance is KEY with anything pertaining biblical prosperity. Thanks Kenneth E.
Hagin for this gift! Shawn Cole rated it it was amazing Nov 12, Raquel Hernandez rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Anthony rated it liked it Feb 11, Johanna Backman rated it really liked it Mar 09, Jude rated it it was amazing May 30, Beth rated it really liked it Oct 18, Jessie rated it it was amazing Feb 19, Dean Essien rated it it was ok Aug 07, Patrick Oelund rated it it was amazing Aug 02, Mike rated it really liked it Oct 30, Bree rated it it was amazing Jul 30, M Winter rated it it was amazing Jun 15,
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The Midas Touch: A Balanced Approach to Biblical Prosperity