Transforming The Inner Man: God's Powerful Principles for Inner Healing and Lasting Life Change Paperback – May 1 2007
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John and Paula Sandford are pioneers in the prophetic and healing movements of our day, and are well-known around the world for their contributions of teaching, counseling, writing, and leading in the fields of family living, inner healing, prophecy, social concerns, human behavior, and theology. They are co-founders of Elijah House, Inc., an international ministry established in 1974. Their best-selling book, The Transformation of the Inner Man, has sold more than 300,000 copies.
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Author of Coming Out of Hell: A Journey from Chaos to Redemption
The authors are sensitive and reveal that they have gone through transformation and continue to go through. But, they also reveal that this has lead them to walk others through. They counsel the reader on proper ways to then go out and minister to others who are held in captivities of different types. Their concern for the health of the Body of Christ and to see full restoration is refreshing.
I would not only recommend reading this book, but also work with the Holy Spirit in allowing him to do the work.
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