I Shall Live and Not Die and Declare the Works of the Lord and Praying with Purpose: Guidelines

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Author House, Feb 1, 2002 - Religion - 108 pages

The book I Shall Live and Not Die and Declare The Works of The Lord is written to glorify God, the Father of Mercies, the God of all comfort; the Son, Jesus Christ our High Priest; and the Holy Spirit who is our Comforter. This book is a testimony of how the Lord Jesus, my High Priest, delivered me from death when the enemy (Satan) attacked my body with sickness and disease. I was impressed by the Holy Spirit to use the Book of Psalms to express God's goodness and mercy toward me in my deliverance from the bonds of death. Since God is no respecter of persons, His goodness and mercy will do the same for you. Throughout the testimony, I will use the Psalms as regular dialogue as I give an account of my healing. It is my belief as you read this testimony which glorifies the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ, if you have any sickness or disease in your body, you will be healed; because you will be reading the anointed Word of the Living God, which is Truth, . . . "And you shall know the Truth and it will set you free."

Praying with Purpose: Guidelines, divine instructions, inspired by the Holy Spirit for the development of systematic method for daily prayer that will inspire one to commune and fellowship more with the Father through prayers that are simple, scriptural, and Christ centered.


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About the author (2002)

Brenda Southerland is a member of From the Heart Church Ministries in Temple Hills, Maryland, and has been an intercessor in the 24 Hour Prayer Vigil Intercessory Ministry for eight years. God has allowed her to use her gift as an intercessor to help married couples reconcile their marriages, to pray for persons' healing, and to inspire others to become intercessors for the Body of Christ by sharing the prayer schedule given to her by the Holy Spirit for families, churches, governments, countries, and schools.

Brenda has a B.A. and M.A. in Chemistry from Fisk University and has done extensive study toward a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Master of Divinity at Howard University. She resides in Silver Spring, Maryland, with her husband, William M. Southerland, and their son, Kevin.

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