Intercessors Arise II: Fulfilling Your Destiny
Xulon Press, Incorporated, 2007 - 284 pages
Do you desire to grow in your prayer life? This book is a mentoring manual designed to release your destiny in prayer and intercession. You will gain from these insights and be led into a life of fruitful intercession. It is time for intercessors to arise and shine! In Intercessors Arise II you will. Discover how to spend a profitable day alone with God. Learn the keys to powerful intercession. Find out how to present your petitions confidently. Increase your faith for intercession. Discover the benefits of praying together. Learn how to cultivate prayer in your family and church. Gain empowerment in prayer through praise and worship. Learn how to listen to God in watchful prayer. Discover how to maintain victory and break strongholds over cities and nations. Eddie Smith, Best-selling Author and President of the U.S. PRAYER CENTER This book will strengthen your personal prayer life. Debbie has written each chapter with three or four separate teachings that will assist your personal spiritual growth and motivation in prayer. Debbie Przybylski is the founder and director of Intercessors Arise International, a part of the ministry of the Elijah Company, Inc. The vision of Intercessors Arise International is to see thousands of intercessors from every nation trained and released in strategic prayer for the furtherance of the Gospel worldwide. Her husband, Norman, is the founder and director of the Elijah Company, Inc. Debbie serves alongside him in their ministry of training, equipping and mentoring missionaries by identifying, instructing, imparting and impelling them to God's designated mission field. Their background in missions includes over twelve years of serving with Operation Mobilization and ministering in over 70 countries. They envision intercession and missions uniting for global harvest. You can reach the Przybylskis at www.intercessorsarise.org.
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