Prophet, Arise Paperback
Your Call to Boldly Speak the Word of the Lord
by John Eckhardt;
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Theologian John Eckhardt boldly reveals the characteristics of a prophet so God can launch you into your exciting calling
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Something is stirring inside of you but it has been silenced, gravely undermined, and misunderstood.
You must believe that God has not forgotten you. He has not sidelined you. You are not crazy. Prophet, arise! Come out of your cave and be encouraged to speak forth the word of the Lord. God is calling you to be His Trumpet and to sound the alarm.
The body of Christ desperately needs prophets to awaken and go
forth. Whether you have never spoken a prophetic word or you actively engage your gift, best-selling author John Eckhardt provides an unparalleled, inspiring teaching for you. He boldly reveals the characteristics of a prophet that may lie dormant in your life so God can launch you into your calling.
You will learn: Unique characteristics of a prophet, The details of a prophet's call, What moves a prophet's heart and stirs the anointing, The rewards a prophet brings to those who receive them. How to find healing and deliverance for the prophet who has been hurt
...and much more!
Prophet, Arise by John Eckhardt was published by Creation House in August 2015 and is our 10029th best seller. The ISBN for Prophet, Arise is 9781629986388.
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Details for Prophet, Arise
|Author / Artist||John Eckhardt|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Creation House (August 2015)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||17th November 2017|