Excuse Me Please! The Truth About Remaining Inactive and Motionless

Excuse Me Please! The Truth About Remaining Inactive and Motionless

by Rickey Singleton

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There have been times when people have fervently shared with me the things that they wanted to do or were doing; things such as, becoming involved in a profitable endeavor, or starting a new business, or going back to school, or writing a book or even rededicating themselves to a ministry. But once, for whatever reason, their momentum started to decrease and their excitement began to dissipate in pursuing those goals, it becomes seemingly impossible to regain the energy needed to successfully complete those things in which they have started

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BN ID: 2940158847905
Publisher: Rickey Singleton Press
Publication date: 08/09/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 60 KB

About the Author

Rickey Singleton is an American pastor, teacher, author, broadcaster and entrepreneur. He is the founder of the non-denominational Spirit of Grace Church International, located in Chicago, Illinois, as well as the Richard’s Ice Cream Company, Supernatural Empowerment Radio and Television Network and is the accomplished author of several books including The ABC’s of Faith, God Wants You to Be an Entrepreneur, The Power to Create Wealth and New Money, and How I Dealt with the Monster in my House.

The message of Grace and Supernatural Empowerment® is the cornerstone of Dr. Singleton’s ministry can be defined as the endowment, manifestation and demonstration of God's grace, which is his divine power, that is imparted to us, on us and through us, which gives us the ability to perform natural things with extraordinary skills, talents and effectiveness as we fulfill his divine purpose and calling in our lives. According to Dr. Rickey Singleton, “Grace is given to you as an endowment of Supernatural Empowerment® to do extraordinary things in an ordinary world.”

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