So You Call Yourself a Man?: A Devotional for Ordinary Men with Extraordinary Potential

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Albury Pub., 1997 - Religion - 189 pages
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This devotional provides the inspiration for Jakes' bestselling Loose That Man and Let Him Go! Looking at the lives of five biblical men, the book helps unlock the potential of any man, no matter what his doubts.

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User Review  - Emil Bredahl - Goodreads

II love this devotional book a lot, it is short and right to the spot. He writes in a very easy to understandable way. I Love the scriptures that are being used in the book, and the matter of the fact ... Read full review

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User Review  - C. Moorer - Goodreads

Bishop TD Jakes has been doing this "transformation" through writing thing for a long time. I recently saw this title re-released at a local Walgreen's $13.99. I opened the book and saw the copyright ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

T. D. Jakes, Bishop T. D. Jakes was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia. He received a Doctorate of Ministry and was the founder and senior pastor of the Temple of Faith Ministries in Charleston for sixteen years. He relocated with T. D. Jakes Ministries, in 1996, to Dallas, Texas. Bishop Jakes is also the CEO for T. D. Jakes Ministries and has promoted hundreds of conferences across the country. He is the author of the bestsellers "Woman, Thou Art Loosed!," "Naked And Not Ashamed," "Can You Stand To Be Blessed," "Daddy Loves His Girls," "The Harvest," and "Loose That Man And Let Him Go." He serves on the board of directors and as a contributing writer for several religious magazines. He also has a weekly television broadcast called Get Ready with T. D. Jakes, which is aired in several countries throughout the world, and Bishop Jakes was named one of the nation's most influential ministers by The New York Times.

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