The Kingdom at War by Alan Vincent
Using Intercessory Prayer to Dispel the Darkness

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From India to England and across the United States, The Kingdom at War takes an exciting, comprehensive, and prophetic view of the structure and power of today’s church. In this expertly crafted teaching, you learn how the church—and you—have been given authority to overcome the enemy and see the establishment of the Kingdom of God in these last days. “It was during a long fast that I first began to see that building the heavenly City of Jerusalem spiritually over a region or a particular physical city on earth was the means that God had given for powerfully advancing the Kingdom of God,” writes the author whose life of prophecy and revelation has brought many to a deeper and more exciting relationship with God. Revolutionary concepts thoroughly explored include: How sickness and disease are linked to demonic activity Building the heavenly City of Jerusalem Waging war against the “foul spirit” of cancer Seven gates that control how people think Certain numbers in Scripture that have allegorical or prophetic meaning  The Kingdom at War lifts your vision into the heavenly realm battleground and declares that you will overcome all that stands in your way of becoming victorious as you gain a comprehensive picture of the glorious destiny God designed for you.


About Alan Vincent

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  Alan Vincent is an anointed veteran of the faith. Known as an apostolic father and a revelatory, prophetic teacher by leaders in many nations, his teaching builds and establishes church networks and believers to activate their faith. Originally from England, he lived and pioneered in India before coming to the Untied States.  
Published December 20, 2011 by Destiny Image. 253 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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