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Forgiveness

Author : John-Roger
ISBN : 1935492934
Genre : Philosophy
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Uplifting and anecdotal in nature, this insightful book shows how all individuals can change their perspective with the power of forgiveness, resulting in more freedom and joy.

Forgiveness

Author : Wayne Teafatiller
ISBN : 156043757X
Genre : Christian life
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The Samaritan Woman You Never Knew

Author : Glenn Vellekamp
ISBN : 9781504981385
Genre : Religion
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Equality is an elusive concept most of the time. Whether it's racial, ethnic, gender-related, or class-related, we’ve struggled to find anything that resembles the concept of equal. This book, from the Christian perspective, attempts to point out the inequalities that Christians have put on themselves, especially with respect to that of men and women. Jesus treated women equal to men. We should. This book gives foundation, understanding, and application for us from the Bible, even in this twenty-first century. You will be equipped to stand scripturally on the foundation that Jesus laid. Four women from the New Testament have been misrepresented from a man’s point of view in a man’s world. We aim to change all that. The first is the woman at the well, the Samaritan Woman.

One Simple Principle I Will Give You The Keys To The Kingdom Of Heaven

Author : Iris Jones
ISBN : 9780615468563
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One Simple Principle: I will give you the keys to the kingdom of Heaven The Journey: Returning to your foundation in GodThis book gives God's people the insight needed for them to get their power back through the principles of St. Matthew 16:19. God desires for those who have faith in Him to prosper and be victorious in every area of their life. Iris L. Jones was given the clarion call to "Write the vision and make it plain." Hence, God "s words "Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven has been analyzed in this spiritual piece, which will bless those who "Seek ye first the kingdom of God."This book will speak to those who practice the Law of Faith and will bless those who are spiritual, not only religious.

Forgiveness The Key To Revival

Author : Dr. Alan Pateman
ISBN : 9781909132429
Genre : Religion
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Scripture is absolute when it comes to forgiveness. IF we forgive, THEN we are forgiven. It’s that simple but no one said it was easy! Nonetheless, forgiveness can be likened to a spiritual key that unlocks spiritual doors and opportunities! It is also true to say, unless you release others you won’t be released. “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven” (Luke 6:37 NIV). When we forgive, a RELEASE takes place that can catapult us into our future and our destiny. But vice versa is also true. All of us remain in bondage when we refuse to forgive. We self injure and self-destruct when we choose not to forgive.

Perdonar Forgiveness

Author : John-Roger
ISBN : 091482998X
Genre : Self-Help
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Uplifting and anecdotal, this insightful book shows how individuals can change their perspective with the power of forgiveness, resulting in more freedom and joy. Text in Spanish. (De naturaleza elevadora y anecdotica, este libro lleno de sabiduria muestra como cualquier persona puede cambiar su perspectiva con el poder del perdon, logrando mayor libertad y dicha.)

Forgiveness The Key To Freedom

Author : Gerri Di Somma
ISBN : 9780956054920
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Jesus said that if we do not forgive, our heavenly father Will not forgive us and the need to forgive has eternal Consequences. This indicates the importance of this book For both believers and unbelievers. In Forgiveness, the Key to Freedom, Rev Gerri Di Somma identifies the common denominators of hurt, unforgiveness and bitterness. Moved by compassion for lives affected in this way, he shares his experience and understanding, offering lasting biblical solutions. This book contains clear and helpful illustrations to enable the reader to identify where change is needed to overcome and avoid unforgiveness. The biblical truths revealed through these pages, equip and empower people to be released from past hurts, to be set free and remain free from them. The practical application of the godly principles given will position readers to where God can restore, re-shape and strengthen their lives to function fully, spiritually, emotionally and physically.

The Se7enn Keys To The Kingdom

Author : Pinky
ISBN : 9781449708108
Genre : Religion
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Have you ever been wrong about anything? Have you ever passionately believed in something, only to find out later that you were mistaken all along? It seems that every church teaches something different from that of the next one. They can't all be right... but it's very important to the Lord that we know the truth. Which church teaches it? Do any of them have the full picture? How can we know that we know that what we've always been taught is accurate? The only message that Jesus brought to Earth was that of the Kingdom. It's repeated time after time in every word that He spoke, in every book of the New Testament, and foreshadowed in every book of the Old Testament. Kingdom relationship is the entire reason that we were created, and the only reason that Jesus came to Earth, died and rose again. Yet, most Christians have never heard the message. How can this be? Because even though it has been right in front of our faces for two thousand years, God has kept it hidden from our understanding until now. Millions have read this truth and their eyes have been opened, and their lives changed. It is for our generation to finally understand the scripture. This book will change your theology, your heart, your mind, and your life. God has taken what we've always thought was Christianity and turned it upside down. He is showing the church how that we've had it all backwards. Pinky has the gift to articulate the mind-blowing scripture truths in an easy to read, and hard to put down revelation. You've always known in your heart that there has to be something more than going to church. Hold on tight... This is it!!!

The Power Of Forgiveness

Author : Brian Adams
ISBN : 9780768488173
Genre : Religion
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Power Up Today! You can be healed through the power of forgiveness. Supernatural healing is available! Faith moves God, but forgiveness releases His power. When you chose to forgive, you break the legal right the devil has to torment you mentally, physically, and financially. The Kingdom of God is peace, righteousness, and joy—this is the atmosphere God intends for you. When you refuse to forgive, you are turned over to satan’s tormentors until the debt has been paid. Fear has torment; therefore, fears, phobias, sicknesses, and pains are given rights to inflict your body, mind, and finances. But through repentance and forgiveness, you can be healed and set free—now. Deep discussions include unforgiveness toward: Self. Others. God. The Power of Forgiveness is a concise manual about supernatural healing that explores the connection between forgiveness and physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. This revelation forever changed the author’s personal life and his ministry. The many modern-day, true-life stories of those healed through the power of forgiveness inspire a deeper level of intimacy with Father God.

A Key To The Kingdom

Author : Robert A. Pascoe
ISBN : 9781465325914
Genre : Religion
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To be able to understand the fullness of a spiritual revelation received by someone, it is essential that we know something about the recipient and the need that required the Holy Spirit to release eternal information that would evoke empowerment and unlock a kingdom mystery. Paul was a man called by God; however, before God openly challenged that call, Paul’s relationship with the Lord was one of the mind. Saul of Tarsus was a diligent and persistent man of the church who believed that he was doing the will of God by hunting down Christians and bringing them into captivity. It is obvious that through his diligent efforts and the tenacity in which he pursued his convictions that he was a sincere threat to the true plan of God, which had been administered to the disciples. Paul was not demonically driven; he was deceived by the words of those he revered in the church and by his social environment. We can see; however, that he was a man of intense thought and dedication. This was revealed to us when he perceived that he was sent by God as a messenger to remove heretics in the church. Paul goes to the church with his plan, his vision, and for permission to pursue and eliminate the message of Christianity by imprisoning those who propagated or followed this false teaching. After receiving the blessing and validation of his plan by the church, Paul aggressively formed a plan to accomplish his mission. He knew those professing Christianity were not known to be violent. He knew they were known as a people of peace and would not resist if they were to be arrested. So he assembled a team of handpicked individuals who wanted to assist in achieving this goal either by their delegated authority from church and state or by force. We know that it was Paul’s intention to arrest and bring the accused to a public trial without excessive violence; unfortunately, there were those with him who did not share this view. We learn this as we see the stoning of Stephen in Acts 7:58, and Saul does nothing to stop it. Acts 8:1 tells us that Saul was consenting or in agreement of his death. The word “consenting” in the Greek (suneudokeo) also meant that he was pleased. This act of murder launches a great persecution on the church. The assault goes from the street to the home and they begin to enter into every house, dragging off to prison any who believed or confessed Christianity. This was the turning point of his original plan; we now see his deception being demonically enhanced. There are no more rules, and his act of civil or warped spiritual duty turned to anger and rage. We see this clearly in Acts 9:1. “And Saul, yet breathing out threatening and slaughter against the disciples of the Lord, went to the high priest.” The Greek word for “slaughter” is phonos, which means murder or death. Saul went to the high priest, who is the chief priest or that of the highest order of the church, to gain further support by having him document in writing his validation of his quest. Words can be appealed and restated; however, once something is in writing, it becomes the written word and enforceable to its letter. Saul now took the written word from the highest order of the church to pursue and eliminate the living Word, an impossible task that he would soon realize. Just as it is today, be assured that word traveled fast. There was already a spread of fear and even the disciples were afraid of Saul after his conversion. See Acts 9:26. Now Paul retained and possessed letters of permission from the highest order to arrest or kill those professing Christ. The letters may have only contained the right to imprison the followers of Christ; however, the church and the high priests knew of Saul’s havocs and threats of slaughter to those of the Christian faith. They had supported the crucifixion and the death or slaughter of Jesus (Isaiah 53:7 and Acts 8:32). “He was oppressed and afflicted, yet He opened not his mouth.

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