La Mision De Elias: Un llamado a todos los profetas e intercesores

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Los Sandford presentan La misión de Elías, la cual llama a un arrepentimiento precedido por la obra redentora de la cruz. El libro desarrolla el rol del profeta a través de los ejemplos bíblicos de Elías y Juan el Bautista, como los que llamaron a la Iglesia al verdadero arrepentimiento; primero revelando el pecado que conduce a la resurrección a través del perdón y la sanidad que se obtiene por medio de Jesucristo. Los autores dirigen el libro a los profetas e intercesores y ...
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Overview


Los Sandford presentan La misión de Elías, la cual llama a un arrepentimiento precedido por la obra redentora de la cruz. El libro desarrolla el rol del profeta a través de los ejemplos bíblicos de Elías y Juan el Bautista, como los que llamaron a la Iglesia al verdadero arrepentimiento; primero revelando el pecado que conduce a la resurrección a través del perdón y la sanidad que se obtiene por medio de Jesucristo. Los autores dirigen el libro a los profetas e intercesores y cómo ambos han de trabajar juntos.

Es hora de que los cristianos entiendan totalmente el rol, las disciplinas y el entrenamiento, la comisión y el corazón de quienes son llamados a cumplir la tarea de Elías.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599790466
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 5/15/2007
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

John Sandford

John y Paula Sandford son considerados pioneros en los movimientos proféticos y de sanación en nuestros días.  Paula es consejera profesional, y ha escrito 13 éxitos de ventas con John, su esposo.  John se graduó del seminario teológico y obtuvo una maestría en Religión.  Ha sido pastor de iglesias durante 21 años, y fundó el ministerio Elihah House.  Están casados desde 1951, y tienen seis hijos y muchos nietos y bisnietos.

Biography

John Camp (better known to readers as thrillmeister John Sandford) began his career as a journalist -- first as a crime reporter for The Miami Herald, then as a general reporter, columnist, and features writer for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press & Dispatch. In 1986, he won the Pulitzer Prize for "Life on the Land: An American Farm Family," a five-part series examining the farm crisis in southwest Minnesota.

Camp's interests turned to fiction in the mid-1980s, and he took time off to write two novels which were ultimately accepted for publication: The Fool's Run, a techno-thriller featuring a complex con man known as Kidd, and Rules of Prey, a police procedural starring maverick Minneapolis detective Lucas Davenport. When both books were scheduled (by different publishers) to be released three months apart in 1989, Camp was persuaded to adopt a pseudonym for one. He chose his paternal grandmother's maiden name, "Sandford" for Rules of Prey, and the nom de plume has remained attached to all the books in the series.

Less Dick Tracy than Dirty Harry, hard-boiled, iconoclastic Lucas Davenport is a composite of the cops Camp met while working the crime beat as a reporter. Intelligent and street smart, Davenport is also manipulative and not above bending the rules to get results. And although he has mellowed over time (something of a skirt chaser in his youth, he is now married with children), he remains one of the edgiest and most popular protagonists in detective fiction. Fans keep returning to the Prey books for their intelligently hatched plots, high-octane pacing, and deft, fully human characterizations.

From time to time, Camp strays from his bestselling series for standalone thrillers (The Night Crew, Dead Watch), and in 2007 he introduced a new series hero, Virgil Flowers of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, who debuted in Dark of the Moon. Although he is no longer a full-time journalist, Camp contributes occasional articles and book reviews to various publications. He is also a passionate archaeologist and has worked at a number of digs, mainly in Israel.

Good To Know

Don't confuse John Sandford with John Sanford -- it's one of Sandford's pet peeves. Sanford (without the "d") is a Christian philosophy writer.

The Sandford pseudonym has caused a few problems for Camp in the past. At an airport once, his ticket was reserved under Sandford, while all of his identification, of course, had the name Camp. Luckily, he had one of his novels with him, and thanks to the book jacket photo, he was able to convince airport security to let him on the plane.

The books in Camp's less successful Kidd series (The Fool's Run, The Empress File, The Devil's Code, and The Hanged Man's Song) have been re-released under the Sandford pseudonym.

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    1. Also Known As:
      John Roswell Camp
    2. Hometown:
      St. Paul, Minnesota
    1. Date of Birth:
      February 23, 1944
    2. Place of Birth:
      Cedar Rapids, Iowa
    1. Education:
      State University of Iowa, Iowa City: B.A., American History; M.A., Journalism
    2. Website:

Table of Contents


Prologo     v
Prefacio     vi
Restaurar el oficio profetico
El llamado     1
En el espiritu y el poder de Elias     7
A restaurar todas las cosas     21
El llamado de un profeta     37
La disciplina y la formacion de un profeta     53
Lecciones de profecia de la historia de la mujer en el pozo     63
El cumplimiento adecuado de la obligacion del profeta     82
El poder y los caminos de la intercesion
La buena, la aceptable y la perfecta voluntad de Dios     100
El lugar de parada     115
El poder creativo de la Palabra en la oracion     129
Escuchar a Dios profeticamente (Prefacio, 143)
Preludio a la escucha     145
Suenos: el lenguaje de Dios durante el sueno     163
Visiones: el lenguaje en imagenes de Dios     180
Lenguaje oscuro: la manera extrana y gozosa de Dios de hablar a la humanidad     193
Cara a cara: lenguaje claro y audible     203
El asna de Balaam, y otras cosas sorprendentes     210
El summum bonum     224
Notas     232
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