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¡Decláralo! ¡Reclámalo! ¡Recíbelo! Dag Heward-Mills
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En este libro, el autor le muestra al creyente la llave maestra para recibir avances espirituales, físicos, financieros y materiales.
¡Diles! 120 razones por las cuales deberías ser un ganador de almas Dag Heward-Mills
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Los campos están blancos y la cosecha de almas está madura, pero ¿dónde están los predicadores? Este inspirador libro de Dag Heward-Mills es un llamado urgente a los cristianos para que se conviertan en ganadores de almas.
¡Mi familia! ISA Method
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¡Mi familia! was created as part of the supporting material to the ISA Method Spanish acquisition curriculum. That supporting material includes other books in the series, flashcards and posters. ¡Mi familia! introduces the topic of family through the adventures of the main character, Isa, a 6-year old girl. Through a lively story, Isa introduces us to her family at a family reunion and gives us the Spanish words for different members in the immediate and extended family. The book is written in Spanish, with English subtitles. It also highlights key family terms. This book can be used as part of the ISA Method curriculum or it can be used separately.
¿DÓNDE ESTÁ MI MAMÁ? G Oquen
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Sofía viaja a la Ciudad para saber del lugar donde nació su madre biológica, cuando el camino le trae otras sorpresas...
¿Estoy Listo Para Ser Bautizado? La Palabra Publisher Libros
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Este libro tiene la intención de educar a los jovenes a que llegen a la obediencia al evangelio, cuando hayan entendido el porque deben bautizarse.
“Daddy Ball” Cepia Harper
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This biography tell the story of a kid who had unmatched talent in the game of basketball. Ty came from a single parent home and a hard working mother who worked three jobs to fulfill the dreams of her kids. Ty struggled with the struggles of dads and sons who were less or equally talented. The politics of high schools coaches who let dads hold back the shine of a talented kid
“Don’t give Me your leftovers!” Pauline Francis
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Sometimes we get tired along life’s journey – even along our spiritual journey – but it is important to realize that we have an obligation to give God our first fruits. We have a duty to give our Master (Jesus)our best. We have a responsibility, even after resting for a while, to get back up. We have a duty to get back in the game. This book will look at how sometimes we "all" could do better for the Lord in relation to the assigned roles He has given us, or, to the roles He wishes to give us based on our availability to Him Everyone has significance in The Kingdom, and each of us has an obligation to give our best to The Master; after all, He gave His all for us. Nobody wants ...
“I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling” Pauline Francis
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In this teaching resource participants examine whether they are indeed “pressing toward the mark” from “God’s perspective”. Self-examination questions are used throughout the text so readers can walk away with a more realistic view of their standing. It is God who: sets the mark, holds the prize, and, ‘calls’- His way through Christ Jesus. When we truly are pressing toward the mark we can say as Paul that nothing shall separate us from God or His love (Ro. 8: 35-end).
“It was never designed to be this way….” Pauline Francis
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On March 19, 2012 I was speaking with the Lord about various logistics – matters relative to ‘why things are so’ across Oneness Pentecostal Apostolic churches in general. We are members of “One” Body, but we don’t always operate as if we are. I recall The Lord in that conversation telling me: “It was never designed to be so”. This book will pose a few questions for you to muse on. Self-examination is always central to personal growth and standing. What would happen if our Faith came together regardless of organizational stripes? Can you imagine the glory God would get on the international front if we have an “International day of fasting and prayer hosted by the Oneness Apostolic P ...

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