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By Kenneth E. Hagin

ISBN-10: 0892767170

ISBN-13: 9780892767175

Dream giant goals for Gos! God has spoken to each one in every of us at someday in our lifestyles. he is given us desires and visons of items to complete for Him. If you may have positioned your desires at the shelf, Rev

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Because you need the anointing of the power of God to break the spirit of infirmity that has gotten hold of that individual. Then the person can be released. The Power of Friendship I know what I'm talking about. Several years ago my wife and I went through a tremendous trial when our son Craig was diagnosed as having a brain tumor that required immediate surgery. Even though you've preached faith and you know it in your heart, it is still a blow when you face adversities. The devil will take that low moment to confuse you and get you looking down every road except the one you should.

He's come to sit down beside you, and He's putting His arms around you right now. He didn't come to patronize you or sympathize with you. He came to deliver you and set you free! You see, Jesus knows all about your troubles. There's not a friend like this Jesus. No, not one. No, not one. Jesus knows where you've been. He knows how the enemy has lied to you. He knows how you've been pressed down and kicked. He knows how the enemy has crushed your body with disease. He knows all of your mistakes.

Things mean nothing. We "Word" people have gotten too involved with things, believing God for this, that, and something else. Thank God, that's part of the package—and I'm not going to turn my back on part of the package—but I think we need to get our priorities straight! My Dad has told me for years, "Son, get your priorities right. " He said the number one priority in preaching the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ—the number one priority in every Christian's life—is getting people born into the kingdom of God.

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