Keys to Receiving God's Miracles
Nothing Is too Hard for God We read about miracles in the Bible: healing, walking on water, casting out demons, multiplying resources, and even raising the dead. We believe them in the Bible, but do we have any faith...
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Nothing Is too Hard for God
We read about miracles in the Bible: healing, walking on water, casting out demons, multiplying resources, and even raising the dead. We believe them in the Bible, but do we have any faith left for such miracles in our own lives? Jesus said, "With men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible" (Mark 10:27).
Authors E. W. Kenyon and Don Gossett reveal the keys to seeing the fulfillment of God's miracles in your life today! By discovering these keys, and you will:
Minister healing to others
Build your faith for the miraculous
Experience financial blessing
Become a powerful prayer warrior
Overcome the schemes of the devil
Defeat fear and depression in your life
Bring others to salvation
Learn the secret to a long, satisfying life
Far too many Christians continue to live sickly, poor, and powerless lives, unaware of their rights, which are spelled out in Scripture and available to all believers. You can achieve great things for God by becoming a miracle?minded believer and claiming the promises of faith!
For more than fifty years, Don Gossett (1929) has been serving the Lord through full-time ministry. Born again at the age of twelve, Don answered his call to the ministry just five years later and began his ministry by reaching out to his unsaved family members. Don apprenticed with many well-known evangelists, beginning with William Freeman, one of America's leading healing evangelists during the late 1940s. He also spent time with Raymond T. Richey, Jack Coe, and T. L. Osborn. Don's many writings have been translated into almost twenty languages and have exceeded twenty-five million in world
Kenyon studied at Amsterdam Academy, and at the age of nineteen, preached his first sermon in the Methodist church there. He worked his way through school, attending various schools in New Hampshire as well as Emerson College of Oratory in Boston, Massachusetts. Kenyon served as pastor of several churches in the New England states. At the age of thirty, he founded and was president of Bethel Bible Institute in Spencer, Massachusetts.