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ENUMCLAW, Washington, August 8 /Christian Newswire/ -- In every major revival, righteous men and women sent up powerful prayers, producing wonderful results. Today, most biblical scholars see most Christians as weak, yet we can still see miracles done today. Through the teaching of "40 Days of Prophetic Miracles," the average Christian is led step by step to spiritual maturity and freedom with faith-building exercises that will produce signs and wonders even in these last evil days.
Each day is divided into four parts: Praise and Worship, a section of scripture passages, Prophetic Declarations for the Christian to meditate on and speak, and Prayer Points to guide the learner through the growth process. These can be used for private study or in small prayer groups.
In his Introduction, Pastor Komolafe says:
This is the generation that has spoken much on prayer; published great books; organized prayer rallies and seminars with wonderful teachings on prayers; yet is allergic to praying. Searching through history, no major revival has taken place without the earnest heartfelt, continued prayer of righteous men and women. Their prayers were dynamic, well-targeted, and full of power, thus producing wonderful results. I strongly perceive a revival of prophetic praying accompanied with signs and wonders as we approach the end of this age.
Pastor David Komolafe is the founder of Above All Christian Gathering, a fast-growing full gospel ministry headquartered in Toronto, Canada. He has a Master's Degree in Practical Ministry from Wagner Leadership Institute in Colorado Springs, Colorado and training in counseling and mediation as well. Besides his duties as pastor, he also coordinates the school of strategic praying, a prophetic teaching class for church leaders and prayer leaders.
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