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Overview Readers take a candid look at perseverance as one of the seven components to the cycle of success presented by author Wes Daughenbaugh. He shows that, while dependence on God is the first and most important step toward success, perseverance brings great victory. Each chapter gives different tactics and practical principles of perseverance by seeking God and learning to obey Him. By reading this book, readers will be able to spot areas in their life where they are allowing success to be drained away and then apply perseverance as a troubleshooter. A helpful appendix provides a quick reference to the principles of perseverance and a guide to use for different obstacles.
Publishers Description "What To Do Instead Of Giving Up" Would You Like to Have a Jesus-Style Victorious Life? Take a candid look at perseverance as one of the seven components to the cycle of success presented by author Wes Daughenbaugh. He explains that, while dependence on God is the first and most important step toward success, perseverance brings great victory. Each chapter gives different tactics and practical principles of perseverance by seeking God and learning to obey Him. By reading this book, you will be able to spot areas in your life where you are allowing success to be drained away. Then you will know how to apply perseverance as a troubleshooter to these areas. A helpful appendix provides a quick reference to the twelve principles of perseverance and to be used as a guide in using them for different obstacles. About the Author Wes Daughenbaugh is a veteran soul-winner with thirty-four years in full-time ministry. He is an anointed communicator known for his "sweet spirit" and ability to make profound truths simple to understand. A tangible, fiery anointing flows through his hands as the Holy Spirit wills, which has resulted in hundreds of baptisms in the Holy Spirit and physical healings. Wes graduated from Eugene Bible College in Oregon and is ordained with the Assemblies of God. He and his wife, Bonnie, have tow daughters and two grandsons. For more information visit the Web site: www.gospelnetministries.org
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Studio: Creation House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.53" Width: 5.55" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.51 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Creation House
ISBN 159979165X ISBN13 9781599791654
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More About Wes Daughenbaugh
Wes Daughenbaugh has been in full-time ministry for thirty-four years. He is an anointed communicator known for his sweet spirit and ability to make profound truths simple to understand. Wes graduated from Eugene Bible College in Oregon and is ordained with the Assemblies of God.
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Twelve Tactics of Perseverance Oct 18, 2007
Wes Daughenbaugh defines perseverance as "love that keeps on obeying." In his illustration of the "Cycle of Success" it is the step that comes just before victory and great achievement. Continued obedience builds Christ like character. Perseverance is the key to victory, achievement, and intimacy with God. In each chapter of the book Daughenbaugh shares a different tactic or technique of perseverance.
As I read through these chapters I found I was able to recognize areas in my own life that were draining me of spiritual strength and victory. I was reminded again of the importance of setting aside a time in the morning for prayer, and of the victory that comes with praying through.
Dramatic pen and ink illustrations bring home a truth from each chapter. Illustrations in chapter one depict the power of being motivated by the desire to glorify God to break through Satan's blockade as well as an illustration showing how our root motivations determine our faithfulness. Wes urges the reader to take responsibility for their thoughts and images which become the focus of mediation for strength in overcoming, the world,the flesh, and the devil. Allowing Satan to be the focus of our self evaluation will hinder the flow of supernatural faith though you.
Wes uses an illustration to emphasize the principle of receiving spiritual strength after we make our deepest commitment to do God's will. A whole chapter is filled with stories that exemplify the principle of blessing following celebration of trouble. Another important principle Wes develops is that when we choose to rejoice in our weaknesses, hardships, difficulties, persecutions, and insults, and depend on God, then we are strong in Him.
Illustrations using narrative and artwork help the reader ready themselves for spiritual warfare. An illustration from the lives of Jonathan and David emphasize the importance of the principle of encouraging others. The final two chapters speak of how vision is the first step to make things happen. Wes then shows trials and troubles accompany soul winning efforts. His final visual illustration contrasts the peril of boredom with the excitement of rescue.
Wes Daughenbaugh is an anointed communicator, pastor, teacher, and evangelist. "Principles of Perseverance" is written especially for pastors in an effort to give encouragement to continue steadfast in ministry toward the goal of finishing well. The principles are readily applicable to every follower of Jesus. Biblical, evangelical, and charismatic describe Wes Daughenbaugh and the thrust of his message. These twelve tactics of perseverance" are timely, important, and powerful.