The Incredible Power of a Praying Woman by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

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When God made women, He formed a mystery that only he can truly understand. The woman has a sensitized spiritual aptitude that when used in prayer creates incredible power! This book will encourage you to build a strong prayer life and overcome personal issues that hinder spiritual growth. It is proven that women are more inclined to emotion than reasoning. Sometimes the enemy uses this to his advantage and manipulates your emotions. You must learn to master your emotions by building spiritual stamina and endurance. As a woman you are not helpless or weak. You have great spiritual potential because of your sense of intuition. This book will show you how to not only minister to the heart of God through prayer, but also how to change the course of history. Arise and stand tall, Daughter of Zion, because there is power in the prayers of a woman! With three decades of Ministry behind him, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM). CAFM has over 150 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International and Global Prayer Invasion, which bring the message and the power of prayer to many around the world. With a unique anointing in the area of prayer and intercession, Archbishop has been recognized by many leaders in the body of Christ as the "Apostle of Strategic Prayer." Having gained accreditation and respect by various church leaders, God has used him to counsel and speak into the lives of world leaders, while still maintaining his touch with the common man. He is affectionately called "Papa" by many.

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Published October 8, 2009 by Xulon Press. 76 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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