Throne Rights

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Psalm 65:1-2 says, "Praise is awaiting You, O God, in Zion; And to You the vow shall be performed. O You who hear prayer, To You all flesh will come."
The world is seeking for the God who answers prayer. There is no greater testimony to the true and living God, than seeing results in our prayers.
This book addresses the various issues and aspects of answered prayer. It has been written to encourage your faith and enrich your communication ...
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Overview

Psalm 65:1-2 says, "Praise is awaiting You, O God, in Zion; And to You the vow shall be performed. O You who hear prayer, To You all flesh will come."
The world is seeking for the God who answers prayer. There is no greater testimony to the true and living God, than seeing results in our prayers.
This book addresses the various issues and aspects of answered prayer. It has been written to encourage your faith and enrich your communication with God. Effective, fervent prayer flowing from a life of purity is very powerful indeed. God answers the prayers of men and women today!
The lessons in this book reflect a decidedly charismatic approach to prayer. It is an approach that is perhaps more assertive, and less reserved; bolder with less emphasis on our individual failings and more emphasis on the rightful place Christ purchased for us, with His own precious blood. Jesus has called us to actively assert our rights in prayer as a nation of King-priests, before Him...without blame, having been washed in His blood.
We are so privileged to be alive at just such a time as this; when God, by His Spirit is calling us to prove that HE is the God who hears.... and answers the prayers of His people. He is calling us to pray, dependent on the Throne Rights He has freely given to us. Lord, teach us...to pray.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615290604
  • Publisher: Vision Christian Ministries
  • Publication date: 1/1/2013
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface 5
The basic theme of these lessons
Their structure and limits
Different concepts of prayer
Lesson 1 Your Throne Rights 9
The meaning of the term
The basis of our throne rights
A key passage
What we were, and what we are
A new evaluation
Developing a kingly confession
The effect of these throne rights
Lesson 2 In the Heavenlies 19
An ineluctable spiritual law
Belief must precede practice
The apostolic example
Your provision in the heavenlies
Set in the past tense
The meaning of "spiritual blessings"
Revelation precedes release
Your power in the heavenlies
Its purpose and location
Your position in the heavenlies
The difference between "positional" and "situational" truth
Warfare in the heavenlies
Taking your rightful place
Lesson 3 Complete and Glorious 39
The mystery of "Christ in you"
The mystery explained
The riches of this mystery
Its glory and its hope
The application of this mystery
What it means to be "complete" in Christ
The significance of "Pleroma"
How to enjoy this fullness in Christ
Overcoming sin and disease
Reigning in life
The "much more" of our salvation, of our personal victory, and of our future destiny
Lesson 4 Hidden With Christ 61
Four keys to discovering royal spiritual authority
Hidden with Christ in God
A great affirmation and a great admonition
Four things you should affirm about yourself
How to seek that which is above
How to put off the old and put on the new
Lesson 5 Answered Prayer 77
A powerful promise
Four keys to answered prayer
The authority of scripture
Gaining the right to pray
Developing a faith vision
Becoming content with God alone
Knowing what God wants
Conforming to God's desire
Nourishing your faith by considering the power of God
Releasing faith
Lesson 6 Words That Create Miracles 91
The immense ability of God to answer prayer
Measured by the use of your own ability
Your power of choice
Learning how to hold to your choice
The power of a right confession
The High Priest of our confession
Speak out your faith in the power of God
Speak with boldness
Speak with authority against Satan
Fix your eyes on Jesus
Lesson 7 The Name of Jesus 103
The importance of names in Bible days
Names had a mystical significance
Demonstrated by the name of God
God and his name are one
Four affirmations about the name of God
The name of Jesus
Parallels with the OT
Why his name is great
The use of his name is delegated to the church
We have both family and legal rights to the name of Jesus
A remarkable stranger
The example of Philip
Salvation, healing, revival, and miracles, by the name of Jesus
Lesson 8 Praise Power 129
Praise releases the power of God
A spiritual law
Various references to the efficacy of praise
Offering praise as a sacrifice to God
Contrasted with a sacrifice of atonement
When is praise a sacrifice?
Increase, both natural and spiritual, comes out of praise
Praise is fitting for the upright
A great example of praise
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