Item description for Where's the Power At? (The Christian's Promised Land II) by Mark D. Bristow...
Overview Bristow will take readers from the demolition of strongholds to the magnificence of God's glory in the earth. Used together with the readers' own Bibles and some serious prayer time, they should become a vessel of unlimited capabilities. (Practical Life)
Publishers Description Let the rebuilding begin It is time for the Kingdom to rise up Get involved as we explore the simple faith of yesteryear. What an exciting time to be alive
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5" Width: 8" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.37 lbs.
Release Date May 25, 2006
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1600340741 ISBN13 9781600340741
Availability 149 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 12:14.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Where's the Power At? (The Christian's Promised Land II)?
Hope lies ahead! Aug 26, 2007
I have now read Where's the Power At? (The Christian's Promised Land II) several times through and am trying to view it from two perspectives: First, as a stand alone work and secondly as the next stage in a process. The information provided and the details given are sufficient for anyone who is willing to explore their Bible to understand whatever conclusions are drawn within. There are many areas where basic understanding is expanded to show the multitudinous portions that go in to a doctrinal position. However, I do not think that, as a stand alone book, it delivers enough to make a difference in society - Christian or otherwise. Fortunately, I have also read the preceding work Why Bad Things Happen to Good People (The Christian's Promised Land) numerous times. As a combined effort, the second book truly shines in its stated attempt to restore the Church in this age. When one considers the fundamental clearing of our collective conscience provided by the first book, and the restructuring, or reconstruction, provided by this second book, then it makes a great deal more sense and is much easier to understand. Overall, the two books in tandem make the case for a paradigm shift in how Christian ministry should be conducted and opens the landscape for incredible change and success!