Over the years, Andrew Hooper has founded, pastored and evangelized churches in Georgia and internationally. He has seen the miracle working power of God demonstrated, not only in his life but also in the lives of countless others.
From a young boy God had visited Andrew with dreams of ministering to people and seeing them set free.
On the third missionary trip to Guyana, Andrew met Ann McDonald. The Lord spoke to Andrew, that Ann was the one God had chosen for him. Together with Ann, they currently pastor Temple of Mount Zion church, in Georgetown, Guyana, where they currently preach seeing people set free from the bondage of sin, sickness and disease. In addition, they oversee several local churches. Ann also has a nationwide television broadcast that is reaching people of all races. Many Hindu's and Muslims have come to Christ, because of her ministry.
Andrew and Ann pledge their lives to Jesus Christ for what He has done for them on this earth. They have dedicated themselves to seeing Jesus formed in everyone. They give honour and praise to the Holy Ghost, who is their teacher, and Who leads them in His work, as they minister day to day.
In this dynamic book, Pastor Hooper, an International Evangelist, encourages believers in Jesus Christ to rise up from just the hope of going to Heaven to receive their inheritance as Sons of God here and now in the earth.
Drawing from five decades of scripture-based ministry, he discusses how to:
* Know what is your inheritance as sons of God and how to receive it so there is nothing missing, nothing broken and nothing lacking in your life
* Become mature in the faith and doing the works of Jesus
* Please God in all that you do
* Have the mind of Christ
* Live in victory everyday as you unlearn the dormant teachings of religion.
You can be confident that the revelation that the Greater One lives inside of you, you will walk in the abundance of God's Anointing and Blessings.
Sons of God, Come Forth!!!
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Essence Publishing POD|
|Ano da edição||2007|
|Número de Páginas||112|