Mercy: The Divine Rescue of the Human Race

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Kenneth Copeland Publications, 1986 - Religion - 96 pages
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Mercy. Few people truly understand it, yet it's key to receiving God's best for your life. It is the compelling power behind The Divine Rescue of the Human Race. It is the only force in the universe strong enough to steal mankind from Satan's grip. In Mercy - The Divine Rescue of the Human Race, Brother Copeland takes us on a journey into the depths God was willing to go in His compassion to save man from destruction. And he also reveals the heights to which mercy exalts the reborn man and woman, making them to sit together in heavenly places with Jesus. Far more than some weak feeling or expression of sympathy, mercy is the motivation force behind the plan of redemption that brought Jesus to the earth. When mercy begins to flow in, old habits and hurts no longer have place. It truly is The Divine Rescue of the Human Race. It's the divine rescue of your life!

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Contents

The Nature of
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How to Have Faith in Gods Mercy
11
The Mercy Ministry of Jesus
17
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Kenneth and wife, Gloria are licensed ministers and co-founders of Kenneth Copeland Ministries in Fort Worth, Texas. After studying at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, they began teaching Bible studies in homes in Texas. Today their ministry has spread internationally to five continents - United States, Canada, England, Australia, South Africa and Ukraine. They travel the world throughout the year preaching and teaching the Word of God and the keys to victorious Christian living. Their staff has grown to nearly 500 people worldwide. They are the hosts of the award-winning Believer's Voice of Victory broadcast seen every weekday and Sunday around the world. Their "Believer's Voice of Victory" and "SHOUT! The Voice of Victory for Kids" magazines are distributed to nearly 1 million adults and children worldwide. Their teaching tapes and videos, have been translated into at least 22 languages. The Copelands reside in Fort Worth, Texas.

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