God Has Something to Say About That...: A Divine Call to Excel in the Gift of Grace

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AuthorHouse, Jan 31, 2009 - Self-Help - 176 pages

No profit on the earth is worth our eternal soul.  There is a barrier that has been erected that hinders the church from receiving the fullness of God’s Kingdom Blessings.  Excessive reasoning is the culprit. There is only one answer powerful enough to tear down this stronghold of the mind. When this truth is obeyed God supernaturally positions us to be fruit bearing disciples of Jesus Christ.  We are able to turn the world upside down by our good works and enabled to speak the Word of God with great passion and boldness. The wealth of the Kingdom is ordained to be in the hands of God’s people for a purpose. 

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About the author (2009)

Danielle Martin Moffett is the visionary and Administrator of Arising Ministries.  Arising Ministries’ mission is to generously supply the needs of God’s people who are poor materially, financially and spiritually beginning in Jerusalem and extending into all parts of the world.  

Danielle is a graduate of the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware and a Master’s degree candidate from the Palmer Theological Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.  After 20 years of experience in Corporate America as an Engineer and Information Technology Manager, God called Danielle to fulltime service. She is God’s anointed teacher, prophetic preacher, embolden speaker, inspired writer, chosen author and visionary leader of Arising Ministries. She is a leader and active member at Personal Touch Christian Center in Newark, Delaware. 

Danielle is the loving wife of Frank Jr. and the mother of four beautiful children, Jade, Jordan, Frank 3rd and Daniel.   She is a woman of faith and has the heart to see the people of God walk in greatness on every level.

You are welcomed to contact Arising Ministries by email at dmmoffett@netscape.net

 

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