Discover How To Partner With Your Invisible Allies!
The world is curious about angels! Pop culture places great emphasis on these invisible beings, practically worshipping them.
But have you ever wondered: What do angels do and how do their tasks affect me? Through Bible-based revelation combined with his dynamic, personal encounters with the angelic realm, Tim Sheets invites you to experience the unseen world of Heaven's mighty warriors.
Discover how angels:
From Genesis to Revelation, Scripture is filled with angel encounters: Jacob, Daniel, Mary, John, and even Jesus himself were all assisted or visited by angels.
Angels are more than invisible guardians of the heavens - they are fierce soldiers commissioned to overthrow the powers of darkness. Learn how to work with these divine warriors and watch Heaven's power transform your life, your region, and your world today!
©2016 Tim Sheets (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers
This book is a must read/listen, not just once but several times yo fully process the revelation that has been imparted to Apostle Tim Sheets, the 3rd Great Awakening is here, we as the Body of Christ, The remnant for the End time move of the Spirit of God on the Earth.
Both Tim and Dutch have a flair for keeping my short attention span on task by adding a little humor and personal joy/exasperation into their work. Angel Armies completely confirmed things I felt my spirit knew but bible reading didn't confirm altogether as I am so easily distracted by little tidbits of knwowledge and forget what I am intent on studying. I knew angels are God's creation but didn't realize they too are in service as kingdom builders alongside us praise and worshipping humankind.
The ease and passion of which it is written.
yes, I did. multiple times now
Get the truth about our army of angels and let's get to work serving God along side our partners in kingdom building
I enjoyed the book great insight on how angels work in our lives I would recommend this book to others. I would like to have seen scriptures at the end of each proclamation and declaration at the end of the book. This would have anchored each one of those to the Word of God.
Perhaps a clergy.
They don't believe in Angels.
His voice is not the worst, mediocre.
Didn't get that far, lost interest.
It's not a bad book, it is just not my kind, all around.
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