King Lion

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Xulon Press, Jul 1, 2009 - Religion - 146 pages
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Something incredibly peculiar has just transpired in the world of super action heroes. Until now, they would usually fight against evil villains in the visible physical realm and they would typically obtain their supernatural strength through some bizarre happenstance. THE BATTLE IS SPIRITUAL and it is to be fought in the unseen realm of the spirit. This is how these five super action warriors roll and the way they obtained their supernatural strength was no mishap. From the beginning of time, these mighty warriors from the ancient Israeli tribe of Gad were destined to fulfill two great and timely plans. The first has been achieved. The second and final strategic plan was to commence in the year 2009 A.D. This is the appointed time and this is the chosen generation that will meet these mighty Gaddite warriors; better known as the Lions of Zion. The Lions of Zion are back to balance the books of justice. King Lion, who portrays God, is their overseer in this new and exciting Christian novel series. Even though these characters were fictionally created, you can be sure that their message isn't. The storyline is a present day prophetic word for the church, which is what makes the read so awesome. In 1993, God transitioned John Powers from being a specialist in the physical realm of fitness training to the nonphysical (soul and spirit). John had no expertise in this area, but through revelations and open visions, God trained and equipped him. John's passion is to use the prophetic calling that God has placed on his life to fitly frame the body of Christ and to restore unity back into the church. John lives with his wife Carol in Indianapolis, Indiana.
 

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Contents

Chapter
31
Chapter Three
45
Chapter Four
69
Chapter
85
Chapter Seven
99
Chapter Eight
115
Chapter Nine
129
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About the author (2009)

John Powers is the film critic at "Vogue and Editor-at-Large of "L.A. Weekly, where he writes a media-culture column. He is also critic-at-large for NPR's "Fresh Air with Terry Gross," and has been an international correspondent for" Gourmet. He lives in Pasadena, California. with his wife, Sandi Tan.

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