Kingdom Principles by Myles Munroe
Preparing for Kingdom Experience and Expansion (Understanding the Kingdom)

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In his best-selling book Rediscovering the Kingdom, Myles Munroe made a compelling case that the kingdom of God is the true message of the gospel and the only message that Jesus preached. Now, in Kingdom Principles, the second book in the "Kingdom" series, Munroe insists that we cannot appropriate and enjoy the benefits of God's kingdom until we understand how it operates. Accordingly, he provides in this follow-up volume a detailed examination of the principles, concepts, and characteristics of the kingdom of God. As you study such principles as the Kingdom concepts of kings, lord, territory, law, citizens, royal privilege, culture, economy and others, prepare for your thinking about God's kingdom and mankind's destiny to be radically transformed. Kingdom Principles will help you learn to think and act like a Kingdom citizen and the ruler God intended you to be. It will infuse your life as a believer with a new sense of excitement and purpose.


About Myles Munroe

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Dr. Myles Munroe is founder, president, and senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International.  He is also founder and chairman of the International Third World Leaders Association and president of International Leadership Training Institute. He is respected internationally as a best-selling author, lecturer, teacher, coach, and leadership mentor. As a speaker, he has empowered many to discover their personal purpose and develop their true potential. He and his wife, Ruth, have two children, Charisa and Myles “Chairo” Jr., and reside in Nassau, the Bahamas.
Published September 28, 2006 by Destiny Image. 232 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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