Focusing On The Future Pb Paperback
by Thomas Nelson Publishers; Jack W Hayford;
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Focusing On The Future Pb
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'Focusing on the Future', a 'Spirit-Filled Life Study Guide', leads readers on a discovery of the prophetic aspects of God's kingdom and God's Word. By gaining greater knowledge of the gift and message of prophecy, they will be better equipped to experience God's kingdom beyond the limited physical world and to embrace God's eternal plan for His children in this world and in the world to come.
The 'Spirit-Filled Life Study Guides' are perfect companions to the New 'Spirit-Filled Life Bible' or for use on their own. Their interactive approach offers an in-depth look at practical living in God's kingdom and challenges users to examine and live their daily lives in light of God's Word.
- Twelve lessons, plus an introduction to building a stable foundation for understanding the Bible's prophets
- Practical helps like Kingdom Keys, Kingdom Life, and Word Wealth in each lesson
Focusing On The Future Pb by Thomas Nelson Publishers; Jack W Hayford was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2010 and is our 16561st best seller. The ISBN for Focusing On The Future Pb is 9781418541248.
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Details for Focusing On The Future Pb
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson Publishers; Jack W Hayford|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2010)|
|Number of Pages||128|
|Page last updated||8th July 2017|