The Happy Intercessor Paperback
by Beni Johnson;
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The Happy Intercessor
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Intercession With Joy is Beni Johnson's personal journey to becoming 'The Happy Intercessor' and takes you on an exciting adventure to capture the heartbeat of Heaven. From her violent shaking experience to the "thin place" between Heaven and earth where supernatural spirituality is commonplace, you will be amazed and empowered with the joy she shares.
Being addicted to God's presence brings comfort and peace to all believers - becoming a happy intercessor is within your reach. You can make a difference in your family, workplace, community, nation, and world.
Filled with modern-day experiences and relevant ancient truths, you will learn why:
- Mystics and mystical experiences are important today.
- Praying in tongues can lead to powerful intercession.
- Intercession is the fruit of being with Him.
- Today's children can prophecy with purity.
- You should lead an offensive lifestyle.
You will be encouraged and inspired by the depth of love and knowledge shared in 'The Happy Intercessor.' Even the weariest warrior will jump for joy as a cool, cleansing balm washes over your body, soul, and spirit. (208 Pages)
The Happy Intercessor by Beni Johnson was published by Destiny Image in December 2008 and is our 4607th best seller. The ISBN for The Happy Intercessor is 9780768427530.
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Details for The Happy Intercessor
|Page last updated||22nd October 2015|
|Author / Artist||Beni Johnson|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (December 2008)|
|Number of Pages||210|