Praying God's Kingdom in Difficult Times: Having Dominion through a Kingdom Prayer Life

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“Prayer” changes things, and “Kingdom Prayer” moves things! Praying God’s Kingdom in Difficult Times is a powerful prayer book for experiencing the manifestation of God’s kingdom in the life of the Believer. Kingdom prayer is “Dominion Prayer”, which the Believer has the power to cast down every wicked thought and imagination that will exalt itself against the knowledge of God, and bring it under authority and rule of God’s kingdom! Believes are not “Victims”, but they are “Victorious” through the kingdom of God, who operate in dominion prevailing over all the forces of the kingdom of darkness. God expects us to exercise the dominion power of his kingdom in every area of our lives. Prayer is the key element to accessing the kingdom of God on the earth. When we pray the kingdom of God in whatever situation, we have the assurance that we have God’s “dominion” to overcome them! Praying kingdom prayers will reveal that we are more than conquerors in Christ Jesus by the power of the Holy Spirit! It just makes since to allow the dominion power of the kingdom of God to manifest in our lives through a kingdom prayer life-a life style that depends solely upon the kingdom of God for everything we will ever need in this world. “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. ” Praying God’s kingdom in difficult times settles the issue once and for all.

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  • Date postings: September 10, 2018
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  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 1720212767
  • ISBN-13: 978-1720212768
  • Dimensions:5 x 0.3 x 8 inches
  • Weight: 6.1 ounces
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  • Praying God's Kingdom in Difficult Times: Having Dominion through a Kingdom Prayer Life Book Reviews:

    • sucedio41

    • Edna, IA , USA

    • 2019-06-25 09:08

    Somehow I downloaded it without parallel of #4 so am suffering from "Novelus Interruptus"!

    • cliveua

    • Yaylabayır/Balıkesir, Turkey

    • 2019-06-21 04:52

    The dress of this book calls Damage Carter the "American response to Ian Fleming's James Obligation," but the article really felt more to me like an Edgar Corn Burroughs or EFFERVESCENCE. Passenger Fagged yarn than a view uncertainty. Maybe it's the African setting (which always seems to allow coagulate writers to completely untether themselves from existence), but there's not very much espionage or international intrigue in this novel. It is, however, chock-full of casual bias, spear-wielding natives, land mines, passionate dames, man-eating plants, deadly venins, and grotesque villains. It's sillier than all get-out, but did BRAG enjoy it? Nightmare, yeah. Best present BRAG ever got.