Water, Wind & Fire: The Next Steps

Water, Wind & Fire: The Next Steps

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by Mac Hammond
     
 
This powerful little book by Mac Hammond offers insight into familiar but often misunderstood terms such as "born again" and "baptism in the Holy Spirit." In Water, Wind, & Fire you'll find clear, biblical explanations of what it means to be "saved," the miraculous nature of the "new birth," and keys to living the Christian life abundantly and successfully.

Overview

This powerful little book by Mac Hammond offers insight into familiar but often misunderstood terms such as "born again" and "baptism in the Holy Spirit." In Water, Wind, & Fire you'll find clear, biblical explanations of what it means to be "saved," the miraculous nature of the "new birth," and keys to living the Christian life abundantly and successfully.
You'll also discover answers to important questions like:
* What are the three steps to being born again?
* How is the Holy Spirit received?
* What is "speaking in tongues" and what is its purpose?
If you or someone you love is seeking answers to life's most important questions, this book will provide sound Scriptural answers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015530735
Publisher:
Word and Spirit Resources
Publication date:
10/18/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
48
File size:
234 KB

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Meet the Author

Mac Hammond is senior pastor of Living Word Christian Center, a large and growing church in Brooklyn Park (a suburb of Minneapolis), Minnesota. He is the host of the Winner's Way broadcast and author of several internationally distributed books. Mac is broadly acclaimed for his ability to apply the principles of the Bible to practical situations and the challenges of daily living.

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Water, Wind, & Fire - The Next Steps : Developing Your New Relationship With God 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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