God: Out of Control, Out of the Box, Out of Time

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Destiny Image Publishers, Jul 19, 2011 - Religion - 224 pages
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God Out of Control shouts the fact that God’s Presence is not constrained by time, manmade walls around Him, or self-limiting and God-constraining mindsets. Statistics abound about the large numbers of people leaving organized religion and the general disenchantment with all things spiritual as presented by Western religions. Secularists, politicians, political correctness police, public education, government, and law enforcement have all stepped up unwarranted persecution of religion in general and Christianity in particular. These anti-Christ systems are encouraged to continue by the obvious lack of push-back by the religious machines in the United States. Genuine believers, the grassroots movement of quiet anarchy, are quickly dismissed as fringe groups with no real power or organization. Little do the masters of deception understand the inner workings of the Holy Spirit that are reminiscent of the times of the apostles and the early church founders. These early believers knew and understood that He who was in them was greater than who was in the world (1 John 4:4). They could not be bullied, silenced, or ignored. They escaped from legalistic traditions and the mind-numbing status

 

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Contents

Who Is in Control?
Fasten Your Seatbelt
Life Out of Control
Controlling the Burden of Guilt
The Vision
PART II
The Light of the
Dwelling Places
Who Hears the Music?
Living Out of Your
PART III
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About the author (2011)

Don Nori has authored a dozen books and has worked in the publishing industry for more than 25 years. He has ministered
internationally for almost three decades, working with people of all races and nationalities. Don and his wife of 35 years,
Cathy, live at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains in south central Pennsylvania where they raised five sons and now
also enjoy daughters-in-law and grandchildren.

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