As a young preacher, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin asked himself this question. He studied the subject and concluded the following: "We as a Church have authority on the earth that we've never yet realized... A few of us have barely gotten to the edge of that authority, but before Jesus comes again, there's going to be a whole company of believers who will rise up with the authority that is theirs. They will know what is theirs, and they will do the work that God intended they should do." During the past 30 years, over a million readers have been blessed by this classic faith-building message by Rev. Hagin. In his clear and illustrative style, he uses the Word of God to explain the authority that belongs to every believer. Book jacket.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-01 - Publisher: Faith Library Publications
As a young preacher, Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin asked himself this question. He studied the subject and concluded the following: "We as a Church have authority on the earth that we've never yet realized... A few of us have barely gotten to the edge of that authority, but before Jesus
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Harrison House Publishers
Andrew Wommack, host of the #1 fastest growing ministry on television, reveals the spiritual significance of choices, words, and actions. You will learn to release God's power of blessing instead of yielding to Satan's power of sin and death.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-08-14 - Publisher: Whitaker House
Jesus Gave You the Keys to His Kingdom! From the beginning of creation to the ministry of Jesus and throughout the church age, no message has been more revolutionary, life-changing, or misunderstood than that of the believer’s authority on the earth. In Believer’s Authority, you will learn how to develop
Authors: Thomas Athanasius Idinopulos, Brian C. Wilson, James Constantine Hanges
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-10-13 - Publisher: BRILL
Given the fact that today's university students are far more culturally sophisticated than ever before, "Comparing Religions: Possibilities and Perils" brings together a distinguished group of professors of religion with years of teaching experience to address the central question of how comparison of religions should be pursued in today's classroom.