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The Power of Praying in Tongues: Unleashing the Supernatural Dimension in…

by Glenn Arekion

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 889672709X, Paperback)

Paul, the great apostle who wrote most of the New Testament and laid the foundation for victorious Christian life, thanked God that he spoke in tongues. Paul deemed "praying in other tongues" important and was grateful for the blessing.

In The Power of Praying in Tongues, you will learn:

The importance of praying in tongues.

Sixty proven benefits of praying in tongues.

The roots of negativism concerning tongues.

How to develop partnership with the Holy Spirit.

How to tap into supernatural Christianity.

Not solely based on exciting true-life stories, this book is also an exhaustive piece of research into his marvelous aspect of spiritual prayer. You will begin a new chapter of hope in your life when you experience this special comunication with your heavenly Father.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:24 -0400)

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