Transformed by the Power of God is a call to Christians hungry for more of God, eager to be filled with the Holy Spirit, and excited to demonstrate the Kingdom of God through healings, miracles, deliverances, and prophecy. This fresh word is filled with thrilling personal experiences with the Lord. Also thoroughly discussed and scripturally supported are the end-times parables Jesus taught that reveal how the Church at the end of the age is required to be clothed with Jesus Christ. You will learn: How the Holy Spirit teaches you how to heal the sick and prophesy. The cultural and spiritual hindrances to being clothed. To discern spiritual things with your physical senses. That God actually clothes His servants in the fire of God. That you can be asleep to the glory of God and not recognize your need to wear the Lord's presence. How to ask the Father to clothe you in His Spirit. That being clothed in the Holy Spirit protects you from evil spirits. Transformed by the Power of God gives you the personal and practical tools to empower yourself toward fulfilling your destiny in Him-today!
The grand master of gripping fiction is back. International No.1 bestseller Ken Follett returns to Kingsbridge with an epic tale of revolution and a cast of unforgettable characters. Revolution is in the air 1792. A tyrannical government is determined to make England a mighty commercial empire. In France, Napoleon Bonaparte begins his rise to power, and with dissent rife, France’s neighbours are on high alert. Kingsbridge is on the edge Unprecedented industrial change sweeps the land, making the lives of the workers in Kingbridge’s prosperous cloth mills a misery. Rampant modernization and dangerous new machinery are rendering jobs obsolete and tearing families apart. Tyranny is on the horizon Now, as international conflict nears, a story of a small group of Kingsbridge people – including spinner Sal Clitheroe, weaver David Shoveller and Kit, Sal’s inventive and headstrong son – will come to define the struggle of a generation as they seek enlightenment and fight for a future free from oppression . . . Taking the reader straight into the heart of history with the fifth novel in the ground-breaking Kingsbridge series, The Armour of Light is master storyteller Ken Follett’s most ambitious novel to date. 'Follett's storytelling skills make their adventures riveting' - The Times 'An effortlessly engaging and entertaining read' - Daily Mail 'Bold in scale and meticulously researched' - The Sunday Times 'The plague scenes are expertly handled. Where Follett excels is in telling a yarn' - Independent More than 175 million copies sold worldwide. Published in over eighty territories and thirty-seven languages. The international no.1 bestselling phenomenon returns.
Written in the humorous, gross style of the 2: 52 line, this cheeky 90-day devotional helps boys tackle the spiritual aspect of growing up the way Jesus did as described in Luke 2: 52.
A few years before 1593, a coven of witches, secretly led by the Wizard Earl of Bothwell, had raised a storm to sink the ships bringing King James VI's bride and retinue to Scotland. Now, emboldened by their success, the same group is launching wizardly attacks on the King himself!
These Advent reflections by the abbess of a Poor Clare monastery and accomplished spiritual writer focus our attention on the coming of Jesus into our lives. There is a double movement to this coming: our active preparation to be ready for him, on one hand, and our patient waiting for the Lord to arrive in his own good time, on the other. There is an art to this simultaneous preparing and waiting, and who knows better than the late and beloved Mother Mary Francis how to encourage us in our attempts to master this art. The joyful yet challenging teaching that we have come to expect from Mother Mary Francis is on display in these Advent conferences written for her spiritual daughters at the Poor Clare Monastery of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Meditating on passages from Scripture about the coming of the Messiah into both our world and our hearts, Mother challenges us to persevere in overcoming our faults, while keeping our eyes on the Lord who has called us to himself, for it is he who, through the gifts of his grace, will complete in us the work of sanctification which he has begun. Although written for Advent, the wisdom of Mother Mary Francis collected by her sisters for this volume is profitable at any time, because a Christian life is one of constant growth into the very likeness of God.