The Supernatural Ways of Royalty: Discovering Your Rights and Privileges of Being a Son or Daughter of God

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Destiny Image Publishers, Apr 28, 2006 - Religion - 232 pages
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Supernatural Ways of Royalty reveals your true identity as a child of the King of Kings, royal heir to the eternal Kingdom of God. Kris Vallotton and Bill Johnson denounce the pauper mentality many Christians have and present your royal inheritance through Christ's ultimate act of redemption. The Authors personal, supernatural experiences will convince you of your own royal status and inspire you to claim your personal inheritance gift from your Father, the King of Kings.

 

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Dangerous

User Review  - alcrim - Christianbook.com

Kris Vallotton is a false prophet, and you only have to read the first two pages to understand why. The whole premise of the book is based on a "conversation" he has with God (while awake). As such ... Read full review

A must-read for all believers

User Review  - CateM - Christianbook.com

This book has come at just the right time for me as the Lord has already spoken to my heart about our Blood-bought destiny as a kingdom of priests to our God and to reign on the earth. Kris Vallotton ... Read full review

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Kris Vallotton is the founder of Bethel School of Supernatural ministry in Redding, California. He co leads Bethel Church with Bill Johnson. He is the author of Developing a Supernatural Lifestyle and Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry. Kris and Kathy have been married for 31 years, have four children and seven grandchildren. Bill Johnson is a successful author of the Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind, has shared his biblically sound insights with thousands of people around the world.

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