Ministering to the Lord
One of the main reasons today's Christians suffer "power failure" is that we have neglected to personally minister to the Lord. As a result, we have not been able to tap into the fullness of God's power and strength. Can you love the Lord too much? Can you spend too much time with Him? Absolutely not! You will maximize your effectiveness in ministering to others as you first experience the daily power of His presence. Roxanne Brant shares the keys to overcoming your own limitations in ministry and to tapping into the power of God.
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