Xulon Press, 2007 - 120 pages
"Many believers are struggling to fulfill the plan of God in their lives. Without realizing, many believers are trying to walk out their God-given call by depending solely on their own talents and their own abilities. In doing so, they are becoming spiritually frustrated in their endeavor to please God. There is a place in God that gives us the anointing and the ability to become all that He has created us to be. It's not talent. It's not natural ability. It's the Grace of God. While reading "My Grace is Sufficient," I was personally blessed and challenged. I don't believe that God intended for life and ministry to be a continual struggle, but without understanding "God's Grace" and how it operates, struggle is what life and ministry becomes." - Rev. Kenneth Harbaum In this book you will learn. The power of the provision of God for your life. The word grace is used over 150 times throughout the Bible. The Apostle Paul declared that everything he became was because of this five-letter word---grace. Can we miss being who God created us to be by not understanding a concept? Absolutely yes! The book you are holding in your hand will transform your life and the way you approach Christianity. Become all that you can be by living to your fullest potential -- discover the powerful provision that has been given to us through grace. In full-time ministry since 1997, David Shipman is pastor of Fellowship of Hope in Visalia, CA, where he lives with his wife Tami and their two daughters, Tiffani and Marissa. Pastor David is ordained and in good standing with Lightnings of God Ministries, Int'l of Dayton, Ohio and ministers the Word of God in pastor conferences, crusades and local churches around the world.
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