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The principle of calling things that are not as though they are is the spiritual principle through which everything physical becomes manifest. God created the light by calling for light when only darkness was there. Jesus used this same method calling the lepers clean and healing them, arousing the dead to life, and bringing peace to the storm.

©2016 Charles Capps (P)2019 Harrison House Audio

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Enjoyed the book. Quick and great nuggets

Enjoyed the book. I have other books by Charles Capps and this is just as good. Easy to listen to and great nuggets were shared. I’m looking forward to prophesying the promises of God.

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spiritually uplifting book

Loved it!! Excellent lesson for everyday living!! I sent a free link to several people and they loved it!!

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powerful

loved IT...teaching me how to communicate in this realm on earth bringing GOD'S WORD TO LIFE IN MY LIFE WITH THE ANGELS OF GOD CARRYING OUT HIS WORDS IN ACTION

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Great way to explain this principle.

I really enjoyed listening to the explanation of how to call things that are not without lying. I think that anyone wanting to understand biblical faith should read this. I am glad that his books are starting to be on Audible.

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Good Message

Transformational. I had become a bit lackadaisical about my words and not liking the results. Good reminder to call things as I want them and not as they are. Some people use reimagineering your life or future writing/journaling and I have done it, but this takes me to the center, to my core, God in me. I am going to listen to this daily for the next 30 days and solicits my clients to do it as well. We are after all Born For More. The message here helps kick start that More Life by calling things That Are Not as though they are. Must read or listen to the audio.

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To the point.

Super quick read! To the point! I love the explanation behind each statement. Very easy listen. I will explore of his books.

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Persuaded to want more

I listened to this book on my morning walk during lockdown. Start to finish.
I was persuaded....to explore more. So I listened again. Something was missing.
Oh, I got the message BUT I wanted more depth and ‘how to’ do.
I found the narrator too informal and wanted more gravitas in his voice. He was chatty instead of persuasive and compelling