London (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
“The Kingdom of God is not in word, but in power”. Period. And this power is in the ministry of the Spirit, to which every believer in Christ Jesus has been called. But sadly a lot of believers do not know the Spirit of Christ, many do not understand His ministry, and many more have no idea how to cooperate with Him for the work of Christ. Bishop Charles Agyinasare’s Power Management remedies this situation.
Power Management deals with some of the pertinent issues concerning the Holy Spirit and His endowments to the believer. In this book Bishop Charles Agyinasare considers who the Holy Spirit is according to the Scriptures, His spiritual gifts to Christians, and how any follower of Christ can have the manifestation of these heavenly endowments.
Why should you be entitled to something and yet never be able to use it? If He has given His gifts to you, then learn how to use them! This is every believer’s manual for the demonstration of the spirit and of power. This tool will equip you to work the works of Christ, to bring the lost into God’s kingdom, and to bring glory to God.
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About the Author
Charles Agyinasare is the Presiding Bishop of over 450 churches. He is a television evangelist, an educator, a public speaker and an author of over 22 books, some of which have been translated into French and Japanese. He is a missionary statesman, and has spoken in over 51 nations of the world including most parts of Europe, North America, Asia and most of Africa. Dr. Agyinasare has addressed audiences varying from Presidents of nations to ordinary citizens. He is married to Vivian and they have three (3) adult children.
Power Management * by Charles Agyinasare
Understanding the Holy Spirit and His Gifts
Publication Date: November 16, 2012
Picture Book; £35.99; 220 pages; 978-1-4691-9614-5
Picture Book Hardcover; £45.99; 220 pages; 978-1-4691-9615-2
eBook; £3.99; 978-1-4691-9616-9
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