Unmerited Favor

Unmerited Favor

Your Supernatural Advantage for A Successful Life

Book - 2011
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Packed with new covenant truths on the unmerited favor of God and how you already have access to it through Jesus' finished work, Unmerited Favor is a must-read for anyone who wants to live the good life—God’s way.


Receive your supernatural advantage for a successful life today!
 
God wants you to succeed in every area of your life! And with His presence in your life, you can. His grace or unmerited favor can swing open doors of opportunities and place you at the right place at the right time for His blessings. Even if you lack the necessary qualifications, His unmerited favor can propel you forward.
 
Discover in Unmerited Favor how everything that you touch can be blessed and how you can enjoy good success. Learn about what Jesus has accomplished on the cross for you, and how, through His perfect sacrifice, you can lead an overcoming life as God's beloved.
 
Packed with new covenant truths on the unmerited favor of God and how you already have access to it through Jesus' finished work, Unmerited Favor is a must-read for anyone who wants to live the good life—God’s way. It's time for you to stop depending on your own efforts to succeed and to start depending on Jesus and Jesus alone for every success. Start living out the dreams that God has birthed in your heart today!
 



Publisher: Lake Mary, Fla. : Charisma House, 2011
ISBN: 9781616385897
1616385898
Branch Call Number: 234 P935u
Characteristics: xv, 352 p. ; 23 cm

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Mister_Eugene Jul 07, 2014

This is a very good book that is definitely worth reading. The book starts out well with Mr. Prince's analogy of Joseph in Egypt and how people struggling with the difficulties in life can relate. His analysis of the word "context" is definitely witty and worth paying attention to. Consistent with his style of preaching he analyzes certain English words in the Bible in the original Greek and Hebrew texts to beautifully illustrate the points he seeks to make. Where he began to lose steam is when uses a portion of the book to defend "Prosperity Preaching". However, he finishes the book off very strongly as he explains the differences between "wisdom" and "knowledge", and reminds the reader that he/she is the Beloved of God.

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