The Throne Zone: A Worship Revolution

The Throne Zone: A Worship Revolution

by Keith Duncan

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The Throne Zone: A Worship Revolution by Keith Duncan

Are you searching for your purpose in life?
Are you satisfied with your worship experience?
Do you want to be more passionate in your worship?

Keith Duncan will help you discover concepts that will revolutionize your worship experience and lead you into the Throne Zone dimension of God's presence. He firmly believes that the Throne Zone is the place where your purpose is discovered and where you receive a fresh passion for the presence of God. Worship is the portal that grants access to the Throne Zone Dimension.

Regardless of what you are in search of, all your answers can be found in the Throne Zone. This book is written to help you access that realm. The door is open and God is inviting you into.....THE THRONE ZONE!

* Developing a Passion for Praise
* Understanding the Kingdom Paradigm of Worship
* How to Revolutionize Your Worship Experience
* The Importance of Atmosphere
* The path to the Throne Room of Heaven
* Cultivating a Passion for the Presence of God
-plus much more

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985675516
Publisher: His Call Ministries, Inc.
Publication date: 06/15/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 144
File size: 349 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow there's no way I can describe what a God-send this man's book & music is for me. Been searching for someone who felt like I did & how to find that sweet place in God that I'm seeking. I haven't been able to find a church that has priorities right about music/worship,,,purpose & vital importance. So many seem to be dead or wrapped up in 'impressing' the congregation or glorifying themselves on stage dressing like rock stars, etc. Rock concert deco/lights/ meaningless songs about ' the city' over & over again. I thought it was supposed to be just a time to glorify God & give him something he wants from us for a change! Now, I know other people feel that way & how to escape the empty molds in churches & just do it myself & try to spread the word to others. Wanting to find that place God is keeping warm for me, now I think I know how!