This book, Passing on the Move of God to the Next Generation, is like a template for the New Testament Church. Its words act as a plumb line that will help restore the uncompromised Word and the fullness of the Spirit back to our pulpits and churches. When we compare the Word that the early apostles preached and that of our more recent Pentecostal forefathers, we find a depth and richness rarely evidenced today. Additionally, there was also an understanding and accuracy in spiritual operations that are clearly missing from normal Pentecostal and Charismatic experience in this generation. But there is a hunger stirring at our spiritual tables, and a thirst screaming out from the deep wells that have been dug from past fathers of the faith. Can you hear the winds of God blowing and the sound of the abundance of rain? Bert Farias blows the trumpet loud and clear, summoning the Church and its preachers to return to the authenticity of the Scriptures and their Pentecostal roots of Spirit and fire (Acts 2). If we heed this call, it can turn the tide of ignorance, apathy, and compromise and flood our churches again with the real move of the Holy Spirit.