Hope: The Power to Believe Until You Receive

Hope: The Power to Believe Until You Receive

by Mike Keyes Sr.
Hope: The Power to Believe Until You Receive

Hope: The Power to Believe Until You Receive

by Mike Keyes Sr.



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Have your hopes faded? Are you on the brink of compromise or defeat? Have you been crushed and believe there is no hope? REJOICE! THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU! As long as you're alive and can make a decision, THERE IS HOPE--hope for recovery, restoration, and replenishment.
Hope is not a luxury we can afford to be without. It's an essential element to our commitment for a successful life of faith in Christ and His Word. It is an absolute necessity if our faith is to produce, protect, and provide for us while we live here on earth.
Hope stirs nations to action. It keeps people sustained against unbelievable odds. Hope is God's agent of change. It brings joy in times of sorrow, light in times of darkness, and direction when confusion seems to reign. In this crucial teaching, Apostle Mike shares how you can regain hope and claim the victory!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016330921
Publisher: Word and Spirit Publishing
Publication date: 03/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 166
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Mike Keyes, Sr. graduated from RHEMA Bible Training Center in 1980 and went into full time missionary work in the Philippines. From 1980 to 1982, he worked with a Filipino and his ministry teaching in his host’s Bible School and serving as the principal of that school. In 1983, Rev. Keyes received God’s clear direction to start his own work and founded Mike Keyes Ministries International. The ministry reaches the lost, teaches Christians, and trains ministers. With a consistent crusade outreach, a church network of hundreds of churches and a two year Bible school, Rev. Keyes and his staff, pastors, graduates and students continue to fulfill the Great Commission throughout the Philippines and around the world. He and his wife, Ethel, a native Filipina, were married in 1983 and have two children.
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