HEAVY RAIN HOW TO FLOOD YOUR WORLD WITH GODS TRANSFORMING POWER

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Heavy Rain

Author : Kris Vallotton
ISBN : 9781441229687
Genre : Religion
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Practical Keys to Transforming the World around You In a world where evil dominates the headlines, we are often left wondering, Will good really triumph over evil? Or are we hurtling toward oblivion? It's here, during this very hour--when political chaos seems to reign and the media persecutes anyone who disagrees with them--that God is searching for men and women who long for an infusion of boldness that possesses their souls, who will take a stand and be a voice for the Kingdom. His vision for the future is not bleak, and he is readying a heavy rain of transformation and revival. Here is the guidance and inspiration you need to become a vessel that catches the downpour of the Spirit's rain--and helps release God's Kingdom like a flood.
Category: Religion

The Perfect Match

Author : Wes Raley
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Amazon #1 Best Seller ★Winner of the 2018 Read Freely "Best Indie Book of the Year" Award★ Are you tired of being alone? Frustration and fear can result from not knowing how to find the person you were made for. The pain of wondering if there's ever going to be a match for you can be unbearable. Singleness can raise a whole host of questions, fears, and doubts. Will I be single forever? Does God care? Have I missed the one? But don't give up! You can have clarity about your future! With practical insight grounded in scripture and painful personal experience, this book will help you discover: ✔If God has a match for you. ✔What the Bible teaches about perfect matches. ✔How to find the person God made you for. ✔What you can do right now to prepare for your match. ✔How to enjoy this season of singleness instead of hating it. The Perfect Match is rooted in the Biblical wisdom that while there are no perfect people today, there are still perfect matches. If you are single, the scriptures give incredible insight about things you can do right now to find your match. May the practical wisdom in this book help you embrace the destiny God has for you and prepare you for a beautiful life with the person you were made for. This book will bring you incredible clarity as you wait for God to bring about your perfect match! Wes Raley is the author of two books about God's will for your life and relationships. Visit perfectmatchcoaching.com for more.
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Poverty Riches And Wealth

Author : Kris Vallotton
ISBN : 9781493414918
Genre : Religion
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Overcoming the Never-Enough Mentality to Experience True Kingdom Abundance Prosperity. It's one of the most dividing words in the church. Some pastors use it to tell their congregations that God will make them all rich, rich, rich! Others spurn the word and insist that true Christlikeness is found in forsaking all worldly riches and possessions. The truth is, both are right--and both are wrong. With refreshing honesty, humor, and keen insight, bestselling author and pastor Kris Vallotton mines the Scriptures in an eye-opening study of what the Bible really says about money, poverty, riches, and wealth. And what he finds is sure to shake up what you thought you knew--including these surprising truths: · Jesus was not poor and homeless · Heaven is described in the language of wealth · Poverty is a mindset that holds us back from true wealth · You determine your wealth based on how much, and how well, you love yourself · God wants all his children to be wealthy, though not everyone should be rich Kingdom prosperity begins from the inside out. When you learn to cultivate a mindset of abundance, no matter your circumstances, you will begin to experience the wealth of heaven in every area of your life.
Category: Religion

How Heaven Invades Earth

Author : Kris Vallotton
ISBN : 9780830766451
Genre : Religion
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God wants to transform our relationships, our communities, our country, our world. As the presence of evil, pain and chaos seem to be taking over our world, the call to seek God’s power and advance His kingdom is stronger than ever, for our sakes and for the future of our children. As the Lord’s Prayer teaches us, heaven can be pulled down to earth and we can participate in bringing God’s kingdom to earth. How Heaven Invades Earth gives us an incredible picture of how God, by supernatural and miraculous means, is doing just that. The Church, as God’s appointed agency of change, is where this transformation starts. As we join together and embrace the change God wants to bring about, He begins to transform our relationships with others, our communities, our country and our world. As God’s power is released, our culture is empowered to emulate what God has already designed in heaven. Fighting for this transformation today is urgent because the legacy we begin today will impact our children and their children tomorrow. A heavy rain is coming that will saturate our entire planet as God pours out His Spirit. Take hold of God’s vision for the future!
Category: Religion

Transforming For A Purpose

Author : Anita Carman
ISBN : 1575673517
Genre : Religion
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Women in ministry face needs that are often overlooked by the local church and consequently remain underdeveloped as they seek to lead and guide those in their care. The need to shape emotions to guard and fulfill God’s purpose and the need to bond in order to build a community of authentic, lasting friendships are distinctively feminine and foundational to a successful ministry. As the founder of Inspire Women, Anita Carman is uniquely qualified to offer practical, biblical training and resources to support leaders, and those thinking about leading, on the front lines in our churches. Transforming Leaders covers the three primary emotions, loneliness, rejection, and fear; a leader must overcome to maximize her impact while providing a personalized curriculum to knit the hearts of those she serves.
Category: Religion

Preaching God S Transforming Justice

Author : Ronald J. Allen
ISBN : 9780664234539
Genre : Religion
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This is the final volume in a unique new commentary series that helps the preacher identify and reflect on the social implications of the biblical readings in the Revised Common Lectionary. The essays concentrate on the themes of social justice in the weekly texts and how those themes can be teachable moments for preaching social justice in the church. In addition to the lectionary days, there are essays for twenty-two "Holy Days of Justice," including Martin Luther King Day, Earth Day, World AIDS Day, and Children's Sabbath. These days are intended to enlarge the church's awareness of God's call for justice and of the many ways that call comes to the church and world today.
Category: Religion

The Plumed Serpent

Author : D. H. Lawrence
ISBN : 0521294223
Genre : Fiction
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The Plumed Serpent is one of Lawrence's most vivid novels, here meticulously edited.
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World Civilization

Author : Robin W. Winks
ISBN : 0939693283
Genre : History
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Robin W. Winks placed particular emphasis on those developments that most directly explain the nature of the modern world: social diffusion, group and national consciousness, technological change, religious identities-those aspects of intellectual history that have contributed most to our current dilemmas. In turn this means that there is more in World Civilization: A Brief History about nationalism, imperialism, or ethnic identities than there is about monarchies, feudalism, or diplomacy. The result of the strategic and intellectual decisions made with respect to this textbook is that its proportions are not the customary ones. Particular emphasis is placed on the early origins of civilizations, on Greece and Rome, and on the period of the so-called barbarian invasions, because it is by studying these periods that students may best learn how societies are formed. Particular emphasis is also placed on the period from the French Revolution on, for it is the events of the last two hundred years that have most closely shaped our present condition. This book can be read, straight through and in its entirety, as an interpretive statement about Western history written by a person who knew a good bit about non-Western history and who could thus throw into perspective the unusual, the commonplace, and the comparable in that sector of history conventionally labeled 'Western'. The text draws on over thirty-five years of discovering, in the classroom, what students themselves wish to ask about the past rather than what a body of scholars may have concluded they should wish to ask. Though this book is largely about Western civilization, it is also about world civilizations, for from the eighteenth century forward—and in many aspects of life, much earlier-the non-West has interacted with the West in such a way as to make it virtually impossible to separate one from the other when dealing at this level of generalization. As a teacher of the history of exploration and discovery, of imperialism and decolonization,
Category: History

The Oxford Handbook Of Witchcraft In Early Modern Europe And Colonial America

Author : Brian P. Levack
ISBN : 9780191648847
Genre : History
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The essays in this Handbook, written by leading scholars working in the rapidly developing field of witchcraft studies, explore the historical literature regarding witch beliefs and witch trials in Europe and colonial America between the early fifteenth and early eighteenth centuries. During these years witches were thought to be evil people who used magical power to inflict physical harm or misfortune on their neighbours. Witches were also believed to have made pacts with the devil and sometimes to have worshipped him at nocturnal assemblies known as sabbaths. These beliefs provided the basis for defining witchcraft as a secular and ecclesiastical crime and prosecuting tens of thousands of women and men for this offence. The trials resulted in as many as fifty thousand executions. These essays study the rise and fall of witchcraft prosecutions in the various kingdoms and territories of Europe and in English, Spanish, and Portuguese colonies in the Americas. They also relate these prosecutions to the Catholic and Protestant reformations, the introduction of new forms of criminal procedure, medical and scientific thought, the process of state-building, profound social and economic change, early modern patterns of gender relations, and the wave of demonic possessions that occurred in Europe at the same time. The essays survey the current state of knowledge in the field, explore the academic controversies that have arisen regarding witch beliefs and witch trials, propose new ways of studying the subject, and identify areas for future research.
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