Cursing The Church Or Helping It Paperback
Exposing the Spirit of Balaam
by Anna M Aquino;
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Cursing The Church Or Helping It
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In this last season, we must learn how to have compassion, truly love each other, and become one as the Body of Christ.
Anna Aquino’s book seeks to open our eyes, soften our hearts and move us to extend blessings to one another as we come together in unity.
This book will help heal the hearts of people – both in the Church and in the world – who have been hurt by the spirit of Balaam. You will:
- Learn that the spirit of Balaam brings division by causing Christians to criticise (curse) each other.
- Understand how spiritual Amnons violate the Body.
- Be challenged to examine your ways and humble your heart before God.
- Be motivated to love your brothers and sisters in the Lord compassionately.
Anna Aquino writes, “We in the church need to wake up, have compassion and start loving the hell out of each other. The spirit of Balaam is moving through the churches at a rapid pace. It’s up to us as the Church to stop it.”
Cursing The Church Or Helping It by Anna M Aquino was published by Destiny Image in March 2012. The ISBN for Cursing The Church Or Helping It is 9780768440485.
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|Page last updated||10th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Anna M Aquino|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (March 2012)|
|Number of Pages||203|