Prayer Storm Paperback
The Hour that Changes the World
by James W. Goll;
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Prompted by a "commissioning dream" from God, author James Goll updated the centuries-old prayer model of the Moravians and lays out a plan for today's believers-an Internet-based community of intercessors who commit to pray one hour per week.
You will have a worldwide impact as you discover the power of Prayer Storm. As a prayer stormer your voice joins the symphony of worshipers and pray-ers committed to:
Stirring up revival.
Saving our youth.
Loving Israel to life.
In this first book in the Prayer Storm series, you will be emboldened to make a positive difference in your nation, community, and family. Prayer Storm, along with an exciting separate study guide, clearly gives you the insights you need to stir up your own prayer storm.
You are invited to take part in an international Internet virtual house of prayer that will change the world for the glory of God!
Dr James W Goll is the co-founder of Encounters Network, Director of Prayer Storm and co-ordinates Encounters Alliance, a coalition of leaders. He has shared Jesus in over 40 nations worldwide. James has authored numerous books including The Seer, Dream Language and Angelic Encounters. He is a regular contributor to Kairos Magazine, Charisma and Elijahs Rain, has been a frequent guest on the Miracle Channel and is highly regarded with God TV.
Prayer Storm by James W. Goll was published by Destiny Image in December 2009 and is our 28536th best seller. The ISBN for Prayer Storm is 9780768427165.
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|Page last updated||2nd May 2017|
|Author / Artist||James W. Goll|
|Publisher||Destiny Image (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||288|