Reigning As Kings

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 184 pages
You are to reign as a king in this life. This is your right and privilege as a child of God. This book is a practical step by step handbook that will empower you to rule in key areas of your life. Do you struggle with temptation, your flesh or your thoughts? Do you lack the finances to accomplish God's purpose for your life? Does sickness or disease keep you down? Has unforgiveness blocked your blessings? Do demonic forces prevent you from accomplishing God's purpose for your life? Using sound Biblical principles and actual case studies, Pastor Jenkins will encourage and teach you how to begin your reign as a king, beginning today! No matter the size of your mountain of adversity, Reigning as Kings will equip you with the power to cast it into the sea. Begin your reign today! Barry Jenkins is a pastor, teacher, international evangelist and business consultant. He is the founder of Victory Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia and serves as President of Mountain Moving Ministries International. Miracles of healing and deliverance have followed his teaching of the Word. He was ordained as an elder and commissioned as an evangelist by the Pilgrim Nazarene Church. He and his wife Susan have a daily radio broadcast called "Mountain Moving Faith." He has earned degrees from Old Dominion University and the College of William and Mary and received honorary degrees from several institutions. He has five children, Barry Jr., Christopher, Melissa, Danielle and Seth.

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Reigning Over Temptation
Reigning Over Sickness and Disease
Reigning Over Poverty and Lack
Reigning Over Addiction
Reigning Over Unforgiveness
Reigning Over Demons
Reigning Over the Flesh
Reigning Over Your Thoughts
Power To Reign
Maintaining Your Reign
Personal Confessions
Gods Will to Heal
Scriptures on Healing
Scriptures on Prosperity
Prayer To Receive Jesus Christ As Lord And Savior

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