Dare To Believe Paperback
The True Power of Faith to Walk in Divine Healings and Miracles
by Becky Dvorak;
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Dare To Believe
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Where do sickness and disease come from, and what can we do about it? In this book, Becky Dvorak conveys a clear message from Scripture – human beings have been created in the mirror image of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit; we are a little lower than “Elohim” and we’ve been given authority over satan and “all” of his works by the redeeming Blood of Jesus Christ.
Dare to Believe traces sickness and disease from the Garden of Eden through the ascension of Christ and teaches you how to walk in divine healing and miracles.
This book will equip the Body of Christ by showing how satan is the one responsible for sickness and disease – and Christians aren’t subject to the devil’s works! You will:
- Discover where sickness and disease originated from.
- Be equipped to walk in divine healings and miracles.
- Learn who you are in Christ and how to put your faith into action.
- Understand your authority over satan and all of his works, including sickness and disease.
- Learn how to use the ten faith principles that Jesus Christ put into practice when ministering to the sick.
We can live in the manifest presence of God and create miracles if we “dare to believe!” Take the dare today!
Dare To Believe by Becky Dvorak was published by Destiny Image in February 2012 and is our 28100th best seller. The ISBN for Dare To Believe is 9780768440973.
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|Page last updated||18th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Becky Dvorak|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (February 2012)|
|Number of Pages||323|