This post on how to exercise authority as a Christian will expose you to an interesting resources I came across some years ago which went a long way to help me as a Christian. You will love this Christian resources.
Challenges of today require you to exercise authority as a Christian
The numerous challenges today call for you to exercise authority as a Christian. The kindgom of God is in word and in power. No challenge can subdue the Word of God. But God’s Word requires Christians to use it to overcome challenges.
Related: Holy Spirit and His gifts
A vision I had
Sometimes ago, I had an exciting revelation in my sleep. When I woke up, I headed straight to a bookstore to get a good book on the theme of the revelation God showed me.
I have not really ‘recovered ‘ from that immediate action today. I’m enjoying it and I believe I will still continue to enjoy it.
With the situation in our world today, we need to individually ask God for direction and His plan for the world at this period.
God will surely send help and revelation if you ask dedicatedly and with faith.
A book on how to exercise authority as a Christian
Now I believe one of the things God will instruct you is the theme of what He showed me in a revelation as I mentioned earlier and which Kenneth Hagin shared in an interesting book called The Believer’s Authority.
I read this book and it exposed what an average Christian needs today to face
the interesting realities confronting us in our world today.
I believe you should read this book and catch the revelations and the visions that
will carry you above the world’s present realities that are bent on taken Christianity away from your heart.
Please check it out today and if you do, I ‘ll be glad if you can share your experience with me.
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Note: Once in a while, I’ll be sharing information with you about some of the great books and resources that have helped me as a Christian and as an entrepreneur. I hope you will love this service. I call it Christian Business Resources.
Don’t forget to reach out for Kenneth Hagin’s book today.