The Prayer of Protection unveils the Bible's ultimate psalm of protection, Psalm 91, to help you understand more about how God guards his children. Joseph Prince offers simple keys and practical advice to finding and resting in the secret place of the most high, where no evil can even come near you. You'll begin to live unafraid and with boldness as you allow the certainty of your heavenly father's love and the sure promises of his word to guard your heart against every fear.
"awesome book it's a must read"
Grace Revolution is about living above defeat and experiencing lasting breakthroughs in every area of life. It's about the explosive, inside-out transformation that occurs in the innermost sanctum of the human heart when a person meets Jesus personally.
Many today are struggling to control their behaviors and actions because they don't have control over their emotions and feelings. They don't have control over their emotions and feelings because they don't have control over their thoughts. And they don't have control over their thoughts because they are not controlling what they believe.
With Joseph Prince as a guide, the faithful can delve even further into the radical, inside-out transformation that comes from a personal acceptance of grace. This devotional will revolutionize how the listener sees God, leading him or her to a victorious life with lasting breakthroughs.
"breath of fresh air"
One of the ambitious dreams that Reclaiming Adoption and its authors share with the Apostle Paul is that when Christians hear the word adoption, they will think first about their adoption by God. As it now stands, Christians usually think first about the adoption of children. Reclaiming Adoption sets out to change this situation by providing breathtaking views of God's love for and delight in His children - views that will free you to live boldly in this world from God's acceptance, not in order to gain it.
"It sounded at first like something out of an old horror movie. I thought maybe someone was just playing around, but then I heard it again and again, a loud piercing cry, and less like Hollywood every time. The windows were down in my police cruiser on that warm fall day, but I still couldn’t tell where the sounds came from. I began looking around for the unlikely sight of someone being disemboweled in a mall parking lot on a Saturday afternoon. Seeing nothing, and still hearing the screams, I called in a “disturbance”.... Around the next corner I found the source of the commotion.
"If ever you loved a disabled person"