The Power of the Cross: Epicenter of Glory

The Power of the Cross: Epicenter of Glory

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by Mahesh Chavda, Bonnie Chavda
     
 

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The Power of the Cross The cross of Jesus is the epicenter of God’s glory for His creation. What happened when God reconciled the world to Himself through Christ is a spectacle of ever-unfolding majesty. Simple enough for a child to fully experience, the cross is a demonstration of God’s perfection and your key to inner harmony.

 

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The Power of the Cross The cross of Jesus is the epicenter of God’s glory for His creation. What happened when God reconciled the world to Himself through Christ is a spectacle of ever-unfolding majesty. Simple enough for a child to fully experience, the cross is a demonstration of God’s perfection and your key to inner harmony.

 

Every effect has a cause, and every cause an effect. The cross changes everything. It is not a past-tense event. The moment Jesus uttered, “It is finished,” a supernatural storehouse became the possession of all who find their place beneath its shadow. The cross is your history made and yet to be discovered.

 

Through The Power of the Cross Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda invite you to enter a new personal encounter with the Presence of God. Come receive His transforming glory for manifest miracles in your life and begin to transmit that energy to others.

 

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Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda lead a worldwide apostolic ministry. With over three miracle-packed decades of experience, the Chavdas have led more than one million people to Christ, and seen thousands healed. Authors of numerous best-sellers, they are co-founders and senior pastors of All Nations Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Atlanta, Georgia and lead a global prayer movement called the Watch of the LordTM. Their television program, The Watch, is viewed world-wide.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780768491234
Publisher:
Destiny Image, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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