Stand Strong: How to Become Confident in Your Calling, Achieve Strength Through Your Trials, and Prevail Against All Odds
Stand Strong...the strongest message of 2007! "I want you to be the exception to the norm. I want you to become a powerful example to others. I want you to be mighty in your spirit, whole through and through, and able to stand up in adversity.” --Judy Jacobs Standing up is simple. Standing strong takes everything you have... and then some. Judy Jacobs shares six winning strategies for success that will change the way Christians stroll through life. When believers stand strong in God’s Spirit, there is boldness, authority, confidence, strength in adversity, calm in the storms, miracles, and perseverance. Judy Jacobs invites readers to join the school of walkers--Enoch, Moses, Jesus, and others--who stood strong and made a difference in their world.
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This is the second book I have read of Judy Jacobs, and it is better than the first. She is anointed in her writing as well as in her singing and speaking. This book really is uplifting and filled ... Read full review
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