Often, if you meditate on that and let the Word of God work, the limits are taken off and what you are praying to happen, will come to pass. In this book, author Andrew Wommack helps you to recognize the areas that you are limiting God so that you can move forward and fulfill His will for your life.
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Once you take the limits off God, watch what He will do in you and through you! You may think you have an idea, but aren't positive that you are fulfilling the purpose for which God created you. First of all, you have to find the unique purpose that He created you for. In his new book, Andrew Wommack teaches you how to do just that. Once you find the will of God for your life, then you will have the assurance and joy that comes from knowing exactly where God wants you to be.
As you follow the will of God for your life, it allows you to set goals and purposely seek after what God has created you to do. Andrew teaches you that the number one way that we learn to follow God's will is to simply put God first. When you put Him first then the desire of your heart changes to match up with His.
Lastly, Andrew teaches how to fulfill the will of God in your life. It's one thing to find God's will and start moving in the right direction, but it's something else to stay at it over the long haul. Anybody can start, but it's the people who finish that really make a difference. Finishing is more important than starting, and it is only through faith and patience that you inherit God's promises. That knowledge and understanding will keep the Word that was sown in your heart from being stolen by Satan. There is more to salvation than you have ever imagined.
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The forgiveness of sin was not the only thing included in your salvation. From God's perspective, it is just the beginning, a means to an end. Fellowship is the real goal. Now, become a disciple learner and follower of Jesus. Learn what separates Christianity from every other religion; how God sees past, present, and future sins; and much more. Before Jesus disciples received Him, they were weak and fearful. After receiving, each one became a powerhouse of God's miraculous power, and that's available to you. If you believe the Bible is true, then you must also believe the baptism in the Holy Spirit is God's will for everyone.
In this book, Andrew establishes the validity of speaking in tongues, talks about the many gifts that accompany it, shares other little-known benefits, and explains how to begin speaking in tongues. You then had to come back and apologize for how your emotions overtook you.
Harnessing Your Emotions teaches us how to take responsibility for our emotions and control ourselves. Andrew Wommack shares from his own experiences, including his time in Vietnam. He shows us why we have emotional problems, gives solutions from the Bible, and tells why God's answers will bring lasting results. Controlling your emotions is easier said than done, but the point is, it is possible! Everyone can benefit from this book. There is not one person who can ignore or neglect the emotional part of their lives and still be successful and fulfilled in life. The truths from God's Word pointed out in this book ensure that your emotions and actions will never be the same again.
Extreme financial pressure, a broken family relationship, or the death of a loved one may be a crisis to one person, while to another, an opportunity to prove the power of God's Word. What's the difference? That's the question Andrew will answer in this book. He speaks straight to the heart of the matter and clearly teaches how two people facing the same set of pressing circumstances can respond very differently. You'll learn what the Bible means when it says, "I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me," and how that knowledge can change the way you respond in a crisis.
Love, joy, and peace can be yours, even in the worst of situations. Title: Lessons from Elijah Learning through experience definitely makes an impression, but isn't it better sometimes to learn from the successes and failures of others? Scripture tells us that those who came before us are examples for us 1 Cor. Few offer us the lessons that Elijah does. Looking for God's provision? Elijah dealt with that.
Trying to believe God when everything in the natural is against you? Elijah dealt with that too. Battling with self-pity? Elijah faced that as well.
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Elijah's ministry wasn't very long, but it was packed full of life lessons that we can use today. You may not think an Old Testament prophet has anything to teach you, but you'll want to think again-a man translated to heaven by a whirlwind must have something to share. Explore the right-and wrong-ways to serve God, and learn more about how God honors His servants. This book offers the life experience without the hard knocks! Title: Sharper Than a Two-Edged Sword Popular television host and minister, Andrew Wommack shares sixteen of his best teachings in this powerful new book.
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The power to live a holy life does not come from your works, but only through His grace. Discover rest in knowing that Jesus wants you to live in peace, not condemnation. Andrew Wommack, seen nationwide on his television broadcast, The Gospel Truth, brings a remarkable revelation of God's grace for readers today! Title: Grace, the Power of the Gospel Recent surveys indicate that the vast majority of Christians, those claiming to be born-again, believe that their salvation is at least in part dependent upon their behavior and actions.
Yes, they believe Jesus died for their sins, but once they accept Him as their Savior they believe they must still meet a certain standard to be "good" enough. If that is true, then what is that standard and how do you know when you have met it? The church has tried to answer these questions for centuries and it always results in religious and legalistic bondage. So what is the answer? It begins by asking the right question. It is not, "What must we do? But the most important war is over and most don't even know it. Many have not yet heard the news and they continue to fight the battle-the battle of sin and judgment.
When Jesus said "It is finished", victory was declared and reconciliation began. Luke say, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace goodwill toward men. If it is, then He has most certainly failed. The peace he spoke of was not among men, but between God and man. Sin is no longer the issue; the price has been paid once and for all, God sent His only Son to bare our sin, becoming sin itself and then judged Him without mercy for that sin.
Was it enough? You will discover that yes, it was more than enough, and God is not withholding His blessing because of their sin! By understanding this powerful truth you will be set free from condemnation, judgment, and fear, and released to receive the blessing of God! Perhaps you attend a special church service that draws you close to God or even experience a healing.
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