Gifted To Serve
God has given every believer a special ministry to fulfill and has provided spiritual gifts so that we can minister to others. T. L. Lowery explains how to receive the fullness of the Holy Spirit and all the gifts that God has provided so that you can fulfill His calling on your life. Through this book, you’ll find out how to be filled with the Spirit, recognize your spiritual gifts, employ the underlying key to all the gifts, manifest the gifts of the Spirit, see miracles happen, lead others to Christ, and gain power and wisdom to serve others. You can live in this exciting realm of the Spirit and be God’s vessel to bring about the salvation, healing, and deliverance of others. Because you have been gifted by God, you can start living in the fullness of the Spirit today.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780883685259
T. L. Lowery
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: April 1998
Publisher: Whitaker House Publishers
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