He Gave Gifts Unto Men

A Biblical Perspective of Apostles, Prophets, and Pastors

by Kenneth E. Hagin, 1992
He Gave Gifts Unto Men

With the recent rise of the apostolic and prophetic offices in the Church, much confusion exists regarding the proper roles in which apostles and prophets should function. Most of the erroneous teaching in this area advocates replacing pastors, either with a “plurality of elders” or with a prophet or apostle as the highest authority in the local church.

In He Gave Gifts Unto Men, Kenneth Hagin gives some much needed Biblical teaching on this subject, dispelling many of the false claims put forth by these groups. There are legitimate roles for apostles, prophets, and pastors. This book provides the scriptural basis for recognizing these ministry gifts as well as their proper function and describes the ways in which these gifts can work together for the building up of the Church in love.

Also by Kenneth E. Hagin:
Love: The Way to Victory
The Believer's Authority
How You Can Be Led by the Spirit of God
Understanding the Anointing
Must Christians Suffer?
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