Why do some people pray in agreement with God's will, heart and timing, yet the desired answers do not come? Why would God not respond when we pray from the earnestness of our hearts? What is the problem, or better yet, what is the solution?
Robert Henderson believes the answer is found in where your prayer actually takes place. We must direct our prayer towards the courts of Heaven and not only the battlefield. Robert shows that it is in the courtrooms of Heaven where our breakthroughs can be found. When you learn to operate there you will see your answers unlocked and released.
This book will teach you the legal processes of Heaven and how to operate in its courts. When you get off the battlefield and into the courtroom you can grant God the legal clearance to fulfill his passion and answer your prayers.
©2016 Robert Henderson (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers
This reminds you how literal and true the Bible is. It truly opens your eyes to the enemies legal rights and what to do to change our verdict!! Great read!!!
Packed with so many revolutionary insights, I had to listen & re-listen to each chapter to even begin comprehending the ground-breaking teachings revealed. It is well worth the effort, but will take more time to incorporate into a full practice.
While his use of scripture is impeccable, I do wish he provided specific prayers, steps &/or protocols as modern examples of how to accomplish certain things today. For example, how one specifically establishes authority within the Courts of Heaven for oneself as a layperson as well as for a religious/spritual organization.
Identifying the problem and solutions for our dilemma of "unanswered" or delayed prayer resolution is awesome. However, without instructions on how to approach and fulfill these celestial requirements, they remain more inspirational than practical. Please give us the practical, too!
Yeah, I'm sorry but I simply don't agree with his book at all. It's very "fear" based it seems, and I just don't agree with it. Satan is not handed any legal right over me by the "courts of heaven", which is what the author point blank states. This is not right. Jesus, my Lord has put an end to all that. I also do not believe in generational curses for which I should be punished and have to repent for someone in my bloodline. I wholeheartedly believe in repentance, yes. And I do even pray for the mistakes that my ancestors have made, but I repent for myself and ask God to forgive me and thank Him for what Jesus did for us. Honestly I don't care for the authors stance at all. He seems very judgmental of people when he talks about how his family have been wronged by others. For example when he talks about his daughter getting pregnant and then the father of the child wanting to be back in the babies life. He talks very negatively about him. Not right.
Yes, a book that can be life changing, if you are a true worshiper of Almighty God. Because the privilege of prayer is important, and this book gives very important insight on scriptural rights in using prayers properly. This book is written in a simple, informative, and enjoyable style. The narration was a joy, spoken with such a pleasant voice.
Wow! This was the missing piece I've been looking for. As a Prayer coach this teaching is invaluable. I highly recommend it. I read the book then listened to the audio and will do both again soon!
Narrator voice made it easy to listen & take notes. The stories helped to understand the whole concept of a court in Heaven. Going to be an even greater 2nd read.
Our prayer group read this book together and discussed it each week. It was well worth the time. We are putting into practice many of the prayer principles introduced in this book. Thank God for Robert Henderson.
The book is informative. The narration was very good.
I have been searching for information on this topic. I have been wanting to to believe that it is so because it could offer a solution for my need to know why there are so many suffering followers of Christ. But I struggle with believing in this system. What about the finished works of Christ. What about what Christ said to St Paul? My grace is sufficient.
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