Seer Dimensions : Activating Your Prophetic Sight To See The Unseen
The seer realm lies just beyond what your natural eyes can see. This dimension is full of activity, both angelic and demonic. The Seer Dimensions offers revelation and practical teaching that will help you understand and navigate the heights and depths of the spiritual world.
Many people who see in the spirit often don’t know what they are seeing, or understand the dimensions of spiritual sight. But this landmark book will help you unlock these mysteries!
Best selling author, Jennifer LeClaire, help you:
*Discern what is from God and what is demonic.
*Interpret the activity you are seeing in the spirit.
*Tap into what God is doing in and through you.
*Manifest breakthroughs for yourself and others.
As you discover the dynamics of this spiritual realm, you will walk in greater knowledge, understanding, and effectiveness in the Kingdom of God.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780768453867
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 2019
Publisher: Destiny Image
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