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The Grace Outpouring

Author : Roy Godwin
ISBN : 1434704165
Genre : Religion
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An inspiration for the creation of houses of prayer around the world, The Grace Outpouring is a captivating account of spiritual renewal on a Welsh hillside. When Roy Godwin turned his back on a lucrative consulting job to lead the quiet retreat center Ffald-y-Brenin in West Wales, he wasn’t sure what was next. Then God showed up. In the years since the Godwins welcomed their first surprise guests to Ffald-y-Brenin, God has drawn thousands of seekers to this converted hill-farm with a tangible presence of healing and power. Along with its accompanying study guide, The Grace Outpouring offers fascinating stories of God’s work on a remote hillside as well as inspiring insight into how God can work in readers’ own communities.
Category: Religion

The Way Of Blessing

Author : Roy Godwin
ISBN : 9780781414333
Genre : Religion
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You’re invited on a spiritual pilgrimage to the windswept hills of Wales. Within that small, praying community known as Ffald-y-Brenin, the deaf hear, the blind see, and the broken receive healing. Roy Godwin reveals how God has given believers the authority to bless others. As the executive director of the Wales retreat center, he shares how this ministry began, stories of miraculous healings, and ways you can usher God’s presence into your community. It begins when we stop chasing blessings and become God’s conduit for blessing others.
Category: Religion

Being Known

Author : Lynda Alsford
ISBN : 9781291719772
Genre : Religion
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"Food is an anaesthetic and its anaesthetising powers have me imprisoned" Lynda Alsford was a captive who dreamed of freedom from addictive overeating. "I had a hole in me somewhere... a black hole of pain sucking in all the food around me" Would she ever work out how to fill the hole in her soul with something other than food? "I am a Christian...I should allow Father God to give me the comfort I crave." Knowing God could set her free she didn't give up. Being Known describes Lynda's long, arduous journey to find freedom from addiction to food. Share her triumphs and disappointments over many years of searching as she edged her way to freedom with Jesus.
Category: Religion

Rediscovering The Ministry Of Blessing

Author : Russ Parker
ISBN : 9780281069828
Genre : Religion
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The Bible teaches us', Russ Parker writes, 'that blessing is a unique ministry resource gifted to believers to effect the purposes of God in peoples' lives.' In this enthralling book, the author tells of situations of family estrangement, depression and chronic illness; of times of hopelessness and helplessness where miraculous transformation has been wrought through calling on God to bless someone with the richest blessing they are able to receive. As he has travelled the country teaching on the ministry of blessing, Russ has seen an enthusiastic response and uptake, especially amongst those involved in prayer ministry. He believes it is time for all who want to be part of God's renewal - both in church and through reaching out to the wider community - to consider how we might help others to flourish as the people God has called them to be. 'Russ Parker's ground breaking work on healing community history will be so helpful to churches. It has greatly helped me.' The Rt Revd Graeme Dow, former Bishop of Carlisle
Category: Religion

The Outpouring

Author : Shante F. Green
ISBN : 9781449718213
Genre : Fiction
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The Outpouring sets the natural and the supernatural worlds on a collision course. A new reality exists. Spiritual warfare is no longer an option; it is a way of life. "The Misfits" is part 1 in a two-part series of The Outpouring. A catastrophic dimensional shift creates a new reality. There is no longer a line between the natural and the supernatural worlds. Angels and demons walk among us. Ordinary misfits are transformed into an elite fighting force called "The Sent Ones." "The Sent Ones" is the second installment of the series. The Sent Ones were preparing for the mission to delay the entrance of the Antichrist into this realm. Everything drastically changes when COR1 is destroyed by an act of treason. The Sent Ones encounter legendary spirits and journey to the Pit of Sheole. The Elite fighting force faces demonic armies of biblical proportions, only to find that their most debilitating battle of all is the war from within.
Category: Fiction

Transformed By Grace

Author : J. Ayodeji Adewuya
ISBN : 9781592448005
Genre : Religion
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This study contends that the single thread that runs through Romans 6-8 is that of sanctification, which is explained in terms of a life that is transformed by the grace of God. The author argues that a proper understanding of Romans 7 requires that one situate it firmly in the context of the life of freedom from sin in Chapter 6, as well as a life of freedom by the Holy Spirit in Chapter 8. In terms of its contemporary relevance, Paul's view of holiness in Romans 6-8 is grounded in relationship with God, involving separation, commitment, and ethical purity. It is a call to the Roman Christians, and by implication, believers in our present day, to live an alternative lifestyle, to be a model of God's holiness, in order to make him known to the wider society. This conclusion is tested in the Pauline corpus by examining various passages. A picture of Paul's view of holiness that is consonant with the message of Romans 6-8 emerges from this study. For Paul, holiness must not be reduced to theological propositions but is to be understood as a quality to be demonstrated in the lives of those who are called by the name of the Lord.
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Sanctified By Grace

Author : Kent Eilers
ISBN : 9780567168696
Genre : Religion
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Books on the Christian life abound. Some focus on spirituality, others on practices, and others still on doctrines such as justification or forgiveness. Few offer an account of the Christian life that portrays redeemed Christian existence within the multifaceted and beautiful whole of the Christian confession. This book attempts to fill that gap. It provides a constructive, specifically theological interpretation of the Christian life according to the nature of God's grace. This means coordinating the Triune God, his reconciling, justifying, redemptive, restorative, and otherwise transformative action with those practices of the Christian life emerging from it. The doctrine of the Christian life developed here unifies doctrine and life, confession and practice within the divine economy of grace. Drawing together some of the most important theologians in the church today, Sanctified by Grace achieves what no other theological text offers – a shared work of dogmatic theology oriented to redeemed Christian existence.
Category: Religion