Set Apart For God Paperback
The Beautiful Secret of Holiness
by Derek Prince;
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Set Apart For God
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Why does just hearing the word holiness make many of us uncomfortable?
? We think holiness means restrictive rules and regulations.
? We believe it is an outdated concept that doesn?t fit in today?s world.
? We fear we could never live up to what holiness requires.
The more we think of holiness in terms of what we must not do, the more control these activities seem to have over us. The beautiful secret revealed to us through Christ is that true holiness means peace, freedom, and strength as we live according to the Spirit and shed the weights that hold us back, so that we can receive all the blessings God wants for us.
In his trademark clear and compassionate approach, best-selling author Derek Prince reveals the beauty and power of holiness. He explains that as we seek holiness, we will understand how deeply our holy God loves us and be continually drawn closer to Him.
Join Derek for an adventure into holiness as you discover?
? How God predestined you to be holy.
? What holiness is and what it is not.
? God?s provisions to bring you into His holiness.
? How to apply God?s promises and ?participate? in His divine nature.
? How to become what God created you to be.
? The practical outworking of holiness in your life.
? How holiness enables you to fulfil your calling from God.
Set Apart For God by Derek Prince was published by Whitaker House in October 2011 and is our 7706th best seller. The ISBN for Set Apart For God is 9781908594044.
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Details for Set Apart For God
|Page last updated||26th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Derek Prince|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Whitaker House (October 2011)|
|Number of Pages||191|