Transformed By the Power of God
Transformed by the Power of God is a call to Christians hungry for more of God, eager to be filled with the Holy Spirit, and excited to demonstrate the Kingdom of God through healings, miracles, deliverances, and prophecy. ...
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Transformed by the Power of God is a call to Christians hungry for more of God, eager to be filled with the Holy Spirit, and excited to demonstrate the Kingdom of God through healings, miracles, deliverances, and prophecy.
This fresh word is filled with thrilling personal experiences with the Lord. Also thoroughly discussed and scripturally supported are the end-times parables Jesus taught that reveal how the Church at the end of the age is required to be clothed with Jesus Christ.
You will learn:
How the Holy Spirit teaches you how to heal the sick and prophesy. The cultural and spiritual hindrances to being clothed. To discern spiritual things with your physical senses. That God actually clothes His servants in the fire of God. That you can be asleep to the glory of God and not recognize your need to wear the Lord's presence. How to ask the Father to clothe you in His Spirit. That being clothed in the Holy Spirit protects you from evil spirits.
Transformed by the Power of God gives you the personal and practical tools to empower yourself toward fulfilling your destiny in Him-today!
Dr. Neil Gilligan currently lives in Bellevue, Washington and is single. He operates in the spiritual gifts of healings, miracles, prophecy, discernment, deliverance, evangelism and teaching. Neil is received his academic training DPM and MPM (Doctorate of Practical Ministry, and Masters of Practical Ministry) from Wagner Leadership Red Deer, Alberta, Canada; and his MCS (Masters of Christian Studies) from Regent College, Vancouver, BC. Neil is on the leadership team with Open Heart Ministryrsquo;s Bethesda Fellowship. Neil is a former professional Ballroom Dancer so as a trained dancer Neil is a natural as an evangelist for ldquo;How beautiful are the feet that bring the good newsrdquo;, and he is destined to win a multitude for Jesus Christ (Romans 10:15; John 4:34-42).